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I hold an Iraqi passport with an Italian resident permit (ASILO). I want to travel to Mexico. Do I need a visa or can I travel without a visa?

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    Put your exact details into iatatravelcentre.com/… and it will tell you what you need. As an Iraqi citizen it could be difficult to fly through the US, so I would look for flights avoiding this. Your best choices for entry airports are probably Mexico City and Cancun.
    – Hilmar
    Jan 14 at 16:58

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As a permanent resident of a Schengen Country, you can get a visa on arrival in Mexico regardless of citizenship. (https://www.gob.mx/inm/documentos/paises-y-regiones-que-requieren-visa-para-viajar-a-mexico)

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    @KamaranAziz It's not clear than an Italian ASILO confers status as a "Permanent Resdient" as required for a Mexico visa on arrival. ASILO has a five-year term, although it can be renewed. Does this qualify as "permanent" ? I don't know. Feb 2 at 3:30

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