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US GreenCard Holder Travels to Mexico - Need Visa?

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Removal of conditions, Aug - Nov 2014

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Morocco
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Visa Waiver for Green card Holders of U.S.

The following countries don't require a tourist visa for U.S. green card holder:

  • Bahamas (physical green card and passport)
  • Dominican Republic (physical green card and passport)
  • Canada (physical green card or green card stamping and passport)
  • Costa Rica (physical green card and passport) for all green card holders. But green card holders from Afghanistan,
  • Algeria, China, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Pakistan, Palestine, Sudan and Syria need a visa to enter Costa Rica.
  • Jamaica (physical green card and passport)
  • Mexico (physical green card or green card stamping and passport)
  • US Territories, that are part of U.S., include U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, Diego Garcia, and some U.S.
  • pacific islands.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Afghanistan
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Hey!! Sorry I don't want to make a new post. I have the same question, my husband's green card just came in and we want to take a mini vacatipn(3 days.)

He can still travel to Mexico with his green card and passport even if he is a conditional permanent resident, correct?

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yes.

Conditional only means that he needs to apply for a new 10 year green card proving he entered your marriage in good faith, in 2 years. There is no "condition" on the green card other than you entered in good faith and can prove that.


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