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> travelling UK to USA then onwards to Mexico..any visa issues etc???
post Aug 24 2009, 12:40 PM
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Hi guys and Gals

My first post on here so hello!

I was hoping to get some advice about a trip I am planning in October. I am flying to New York and plan to spend anywhere between a month and 3 in the states before moving on to Mexico.

I am aware I need a visa for America (namely because I have no return flight booked) but I am not sure if there are any potential problems moving on to Mexico at the end of my stay?

My plan is to either fly out of Dallas or perhaps travel overland.

I have read that I do not need a visa for Mexico as a UK citizen but I donít want to have any problems either booking the fights etc in the states or at the actual crossing / airport.

Has anyone here done a similar journey or know anything that might help me clarify that what I want to do is possible?

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