Mexico to streamline entry process for U.S. visitors by air

06/27/2013 | Travel Weekly

The Mexican government plans to streamline the immigration process for U.S. travelers visiting the country by air. The current regulations require a U.S. passport as well as a tourist card or visa, but the requirements could be changed to a process similar to the Global Entry system in the U.S.

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