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Traveling to Mexico.?

Traveling to Mexico.? Topic: A famous person writing paper
June 16, 2019 / By Mavreena
Question: So this winter my dance company is traveling to mexico for competitions and I am allowed to go if I get all the paperwork for it. I am 16 and that means I need parental consent from both of my parents (who are divorced and dad is living in Europe) with the a stamp form a legal notary. Well for one can anybody send me a link to the consent form? And do both of their signatures have to be on one form or can I have two papers, one from each parent? last thing, how can I contact the Mexican embassy? Can I call or email? Any help is greatly appreciated :)
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Lauraine Lauraine | 2 days ago
Each parent can provide a separate form. See site below for a form you can print out, or they can write a lettter giving the info. What do you need to contact the Mexican embassy for? I cannot think of any reason you would need to contact them. if you really think you have to...you would contact the mexican consulate nearest you. they are famous for not answering the phone. usually the only way to deal with them is to go in person...but I cannot imagine why you would need to. You do not need a visa to go to Mexico. you will get a tourist permit while you are on the plane...the cost is included in the cost of the ticket. you also need a passport, see 3rd site for all info.
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Lauraine Originally Answered: Traveling to Mexico city, Mexico?
Mexico City can be a wonderful place to visit. I could spend a lifetime there and never get tired of all the magnificent arts venues, fun activities, delicious world-class restaurants, and blistering hot nightlife scenes. It's one of the biggest cities in the world, and with that comes an amazing diversity and something for everyone. The ancient ruins at Teotihuacan is a "must see": it's one of the most spectacular archaeological ruins in Mexico and there's nothing like climbing the Pyramid of the Sun early in the morning and then just sitting and watching the early morning mist burn away from the rest of the site. Spectacular place! If you're into archaeology, there's also the Templo Mayor, the National Museum of Anthropology, and a slew of historical sites around the city and environs. If you like kid-oriented fun, the Chapultepec Zoo is arguably the very best zoo in all of North America (worth going just to see the panda exhibit, though the new serpentarium is amazing). There's roller coasters in Chapultepec park, or you can head over to Six Flags Mexico and get your theme park fix. They've got a fun science and technology museum in Chapultepec too, and their Papalote Museum is one of the best childrens museums you'll ever see. You could spend months in Mexico City touring the great museums and galleries. One way to narrow down the focus to something you could do in a few days is to just the biggies, or maybe do something offbeat like move around the city in search of the great Diego Rivera murals (there's lots...plus you'd want to see his studio in San Angel, the Casa Azul in Coyoacan, his Museo Anahuacalli, and of course, the Museo Dolores Olmedo.
Lauraine Originally Answered: Traveling to Mexico city, Mexico?
Mexico is one of the most popular tourist countries on the planet. Much of the tourist industry revolves around the beach resorts as well as the altiplano in the central part of the country. Visiting the northern interior allows visitors to get off the beaten path a bit. American tourists tend to predominate on the Baja peninsula and the more modern beach resorts , while European tourists congregate around the smaller resort areas in the south like Playa del Carmen and colonial towns like San Cristobal de las Casas and Guanajuato.

Jewell Jewell
It's best to get the correct answers, and not somebody guessing. Find the closest Mexican Embassy to where you live, make an appointment and discuss it with them. Google Mexican Embassies for your State and you'll find it. Please, do not go by what they say on the phone. You need to go in person, they will give you the proper information and forms.
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Francine Francine
I don't know how to help you but I wish you a safe trip. Your gonna experience a beautiful culture and people. So make the best of it
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Francine Originally Answered: Traveling with my pet cat?
You need - Health certificate , another letter within 10 days of flight from Vet saying cat is healthy to fly - Must be within 10 days of flight. The cat will be needing a micro chip for most airlines . It an airline rule not Mexico. It getting hot and some airlines will not fly pets in hot weather - Check ! The cat hes to be current on all shots. Immigration Will check ! Go to Delta and Continentals web sites as they have the best info for pet travel. If you have questions and need a person call Continental , Deltas people are hard to get a hold of . Airline rules dont vary that much beteewn carriers, they are pretty standard beteen all. Even if the cat is going on the plane in a cage below your seat , you will still have to clear customs and immigration and its a pain...................You probably will have about $200 in some crappy fees they charge. Check and make sure the special pet/animal customs officers will be on duty at the time you land. Chance are past 5 pm they will be off work and closed and your screwed. This is not an ease task. Homework...............Do your homework. Link over to me and give me your e mail if you need and more help.

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