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Since you have a valid US visa, you do not need a Mexican visa or electronic authorization to visit Mexico. Starting May 1st, 2010, all foreigners, regardless of their nationality, visiting Mexico as tourists, transmigrate or for business matters will not need a visa for Mexico as long as they hold a valid US visa and arrive in Mexico from the United ...


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According to this page: http://visasmex.com/files/SAE_eng.pdf an electronic authorisation is valid for 30 days from date of issue. Hence it seems you cannot apply for this authorisation more than 30 days in advance.


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No, the limit is a total amount you can bring in, regardless of where or when on your trip you bought them - so if the limit is 200, and you've got 100 left from your outbound trip, you can buy another 100 on the way back to take you back up to 200.


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I've previously been interested in a related question, which is if I buy an item tax free at the airport, such as a laptop or phone, am I supposed to declare it when I return home? I found a link that seems to answer both questions: ...


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Let's ask our good friends at Timatic, which is what the airline will do when deciding whether you can board: Passport required. ... Passports and other documents accepted for entry must be valid on arrival. ... Visa required, except for Passengers with a valid visa issued by Canada, Japan, USA, United Kingdom or a Schengen ...


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You should be able to fly directly to Mexico. There's no mention anywhere that US visa holders can only enjoy the visa exemption if they enter from the US, nor that they need an I-94. (Thanks are due to Zach Lipton, who pointed me to the sources in his comment below).


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No, you will not. As you are a Mexican citizen, you have the right to enter Mexico and stay there as long as you like, and since your passport is still valid, it's acceptable ID for airlines.



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