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  • Visiting Mexico on F1 Visa (OPT)..

    Hello All,

    I'm planning to drive to Mexico later in September of this year for a family gathering from Chandler, Arizona.

    Since I am on OPT, do I require any additional documents or visa to enter Mexico and return back to USA?

    My current status:

    F1 Student (OPT/EAD Card) - Working as a Full Time employee with a start up

    F1 Visa on passport: Valid until 2015 december.

    Any information on this will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!

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      • #4
        Please make sure you have all the docs the are required from school and work place new i20 offer letter pay stubs work authorization card and visa stamp with valid dates on your passport

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        • #5
          No visa required to enter Mexico since you have a valid US visa. Carry all documents that would be required if you were travelling abroad. Also, get a letter from employer stating your vacation dates and the date you will join the work back on the employer letter head. I believe no I-94 will be issued since you are driving and if you return to the US prior to 30 days.

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          • #6
            Take all the port of entry related documents with you ! When you coming back you will get new I 94 at the border even you drive ! Message me if you need more details , I drove to Mexico once in 2013 !

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