Government of Mexico makes changes to its immigration rules

(SKNIS): In a Diplomatic Note from the Embassy of Mexico in St. Lucia to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Aviation of St. Kitts and Nevis, the Government of Mexico has informed that it has made changes to its immigration rules which will facilitate travel to Mexico.

The Embassy informs that effective May 18th, 2016, bearers of ordinary and non-ordinary passports, who possess valid visas for Canada, the United States of America, Japan, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland or any other country, which is a part of the Schengen Area, do not require a Mexican Visa when travelling to Mexico as tourists.

The Embassy further communicates that effective the 1st of July, 2016, foreign nationals who are bearers of documents which accredit their permanent residence in Canada, the United States of America, Japan, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland, any other country which is a part of the Schengen Area, the Republic of Colombia, the Republic of Chile and the Republic of Peru do not require a Mexican Visa when travelling to Mexico as tourists.