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Delta and Aeroméxico customers traveling to Mexico can ease their arrival and entry process into Mexico by visiting the Mexican government portal at www.inm.gob.mx/fmme to complete the Forma Migratoria Multiple Electrónica (FMME), the entry immigration form all foreign citizens must complete to enter Mexico. The document allows customers traveling individually or in families to document their arrival to the neighboring country.

A customer applying to obtain the FMME entry by air must have in his or her possession a valid passport in accordance with the international law regulations; in case the country of citizenship requires it, the passport must have a valid visa.

“Although the FMME can be obtained on board, our customers have the option to have this process completed ahead of traveling,” said Jose “Pepe” Zapata, General Manager— Joint Cooperation Agreement Sales in Mexico. “We want our customers to have more time to enjoy their experience on board and ease their arrival process in Mexico.”

The FMME for entry by air must be printed and presented along with the passport. The form can only be used for a single entry with a maximum validity of 180 calendar days and is processed and stamped by an immigration officer upon arrival, provided all requirements for entering Mexico are met. 

To further ease your summer travels to Mexico and beyond, keep in mind these seven travel tips.

 

 
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