Use one of the following ways to obtain your Mexican Tourist Card: 1 If you are traveling by land, you can get your Mexican Tourist Card at your point of entry. 2 If you are going by sea, you can get it at a Mexico port of call. 3 If you are traveling by airplane, your airline might have already included it in your ticket and will distribute it once the plane arrives. If not, you can get it at an immigration desk after you arrive. 4 You can also get your Mexican Tourist Card online. Just remember to print it and bring it along on your trip! 5 If all else fails, you can go to a Mexican embassy and get one there.
What are the islands in the Caribbean?
This includes Aruba and Curaçao but also includes Bonaire, Saba, St Eustatius, and St Maarten. If you are looking for a bit of sun and sea, these islands are ideal locations. Keep in mind this doesn’t include the European part of the Netherlands.
How much does it cost to get an ETA in Canada?
You can apply for an eTA online, and it’s really cheap. It only costs $7. When you arrive in Canada, you can present your eTA to the immigration officer together with your passport and green card.
Which countries allow US citizens to travel without a visa?
The Balkans. The following Balkan countries will allow U.S. permanent residents to enter without a visa: Albania – you can stay in Albania for up to 90 days in a 180-day period without a visa. North Macedonia – you can only visit North Macedonia for a maximum of 15 days without a visa.
Can I work in the US with a green card?
A U.S. green card grants you many benefits and privileges, such as being able to work and live in the U.S. permanently. One of the great additional benefits not often talked about is that you can, similar to U.S. citizens, also travel to certain countries without having to apply for a visa first.
How long can I stay in Peru?
If the immigration officials are satisfied, they will issue you a tourist card, which will allow you to stay in Peru for up to 90 days.
Does the US have the same rights as a permanent resident?
The country you are going to must have extended the same rights to lawful permanent residents of the U.S. If you are wondering whether the country you are traveling to has extended the same privileges, take a look at the country’s visa policy. Most countries will first consider your passport (i.e., your nationality) over your green card.