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Here is a summary of the information you should know before flying off to the country.
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Formalities and visas
Mandatory passport whose validity must be at least six greater than the duration of the planned stay months. No visa required for a period of stay of up to three months, exceptionally 180 days (except for overseas nationals who length of stay allowed is thirty days). No activity, whether paid or volunteer, is not allowed with this type of visa.
It is strongly recommended to be vaccinated against malaria and yellow fever. These two diseases are very common in some areas and the last vaccine is required if the expatriate has made a living first in some South American and African countries. Vaccination against rabies, tetanus, polio, diphtheria and hepatitis A and B can also be helpful. The availability of these products is not guaranteed in Mexico, especially for adults. It is therefore better to do in your home country.
If you need specific medical care, make sure they can be administered in Mexico. Otherwise, get yourself a prescription and take enough drugs and other products not to be short once there.
Currency : Peso mexicain
Population : 119 713 203 Hab
Density : 61 Hab/sqm
Time zone : GMT - 6
Head of state : Enrique PeÃ±a Nieto