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  1. MEXICO Travel Advisory: Is It Safe To Visit Right Now?

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  2. Mexico travel warning: U.S. urges citizens to avoid 5 Mexican states

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  3. US updates travel advisory for Mexico

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  4. Mexico Under a Travel Warning From U.S. State Department

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  1. Mexico Travel Advisory

    Travel Advisory. August 22, 2023. See State Summaries. K C. Reissued after periodic review with general security updates, and the removal of obsolete COVID-19 page links. Country Summary: Violent crime - such as homicide, kidnapping, carjacking, and robbery - is widespread and common in Mexico. The U.S. government has limited ability to ...

  2. Travel Advisory: Update for Mexico

    Read the Mexico Travel Advisory, including the detailed state summaries and advisory levels for information on your specific travel destination. Read the Mexico country information page. Assistance: Contact Form. U.S. Embassy and Consulates in Mexico. From Mexico: (55) 8526 2561. From the United States: +1-844-528-6611

  3. U.S. Issues Travel Warning for Mexico

    The United States is warning travelers heading to Mexico to be aware of their surroundings ahead of the spring break holiday season. The warning, which was issued this week by the U.S. Embassy and ...

  4. Is It Safe to Travel to Mexico? Here's What You Need to Know

    A spate of incidents, including a kidnapping and the death of two Americans near the border, have prompted travel warnings from the U.S. government. The border bridge between Brownsville, Texas ...

  5. US shares Mexico travel warning ahead of spring break

    The U.S. State Department's travel advisory for the country notes various warning levels for different states, ranging from Level 1 ("exercise normal precautions") through 4 ("do not travel").

  6. Is it safe to travel to Mexico? Here's what you need to know

    There are 32 states in Mexico, and the US State Department has "do not travel" advisories in place for six, including Tamaulipas state, where Matamoros is located.

  7. Mexico travel advisory update: kidnapping risk, where to avoid

    USA TODAY. 0:00. 1:53. The U.S. State Department issued an updated Travel Advisory Wednesday for U.S. travelers visiting Mexico, including new state-level advice and information on "kidnapping ...

  8. Mexico Travel Advisory

    The U.S. Department of State updated the Travel Advisory for Mexico on June 17, 2021. ... For Emergency Assistance for U.S. citizens in Mexico, call (55) 8526 2561 from Mexico or 1-844-528-6611 from the United States. The U.S. Embassy in Mexico City is located at: ...

  9. Mexico Travel Advisory: What the New System Means for U.S. Travelers

    Getty. A new tiered travel advisory system from the U.S. State Department was rolled out yesterday, replacing the old one of alerts, warnings, and security message. The four-level threat system is ...

  10. U.S. Embassy issues Mexico travel warnings to spring breakers

    5 min. 66. U.S. authorities are sending an array of warnings to Mexico-bound spring break travelers: Be alert against criminal activity, watch out for counterfeit medication, avoid unregulated ...

  11. US State Department Provides Annual Travel Advisory for Mexico Update

    Last updated: 12:26 PM ET, Thu August 18, 2022. The United States Department of State released its annual update to the Travel Advisory for Mexico. According to U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, three Mexican states-Nayarit, Estado de Mexico and Coahuila-upgraded their level in the 2022 Travel Advisory thanks to improvements in security.

  12. Places the U.S. Government Warns Not to Travel Right Now

    Mexico: Each state in Mexico is assessed separately for travel advisory levels. Six of the 32 states in Mexico are designated as Level 4: Colima, Guerrero, Michoacan, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas and ...

  13. Is Mexico Safe for Travel? (Honest Advice for 2024)

    Mexico is a big country, so the American government has several travel advisories across various regions of Mexico. These advisories include risks of crime and kidnapping in certain areas. As of 2024, the following Mexican states were under a "Do Not Travel" advisory from the U.S. State Department: Colima state (crime & kidnapping)

  14. Mexico Travel Advisory

    U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE — BUREAU of CONSULAR AFFAIRS. Travel.State.Gov > Travel Advisories > Mexico Travel Advisory. Congressional Liaison; Special Issuance Agency; Legal Resources

  15. Travel Alert

    See the Mexico Travel Advisory for specific information for each Mexican state. U.S. citizens should exercise increased caution in the downtown areas of popular spring break locations including Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, and Tulum, especially after dark. ... From Mexico: (55) 8526 2561. From the United States: +1-844-528-6611.

  16. Travel advice and advisories for Mexico

    Shootouts, attacks and illegal roadblocks may occur without warning. You should travel to Mexico by air to avoid international land border crossings, particularly along the border with the United States, in the following cities: ... Active storm tracking and hurricane watches and warnings - United States' National Hurricane Center; Flooding ...

  17. Travel advisory Mexico: US warns against all travel to areas

    Travel warning: The United States now advises against 'all travel' to 6 Mexican states. Global Affairs Canada weighs in on the ongoing violence and its travel advice. The United States has upgraded its Mexico travel advisory due to increasing violence. Global Affairs Canada comments on what that means for travellers.

  18. Canada's Mexico travel advisory: Is visiting safe in 2024?

    Canada has updated its Mexico travel advisory in April 2024. ... It might be the third-most-visited destination for Canadians after the United States, but Mexico isn't considered a low-risk country for travellers. ... In November 2023, the United Nations stated that over 100,000 people are currently missing in Mexico, characterizing the mass ...

  19. Alerts Archives

    An official website of the United States government. Here's how you know ... Travel Advisory Level 3: Reconsider Travel Travel Advisory Level 3: Reissued after periodic review with general security updates, ... From Mexico: (55) 8526 2561. From the United States: 1-844-528-6611.

  20. Mexican officials try to stop US-bound migrants

    The rust-colored barrier soars into the cloudless blue sky, a solid and almost impassable marker of the border between Mexico and the United States. But then it stops, when the rough, hilly ...

  21. U.S. border arrests decline amid increased enforcement in Mexico

    Mexico detained migrants 240,000 times in the first two months of the year, more than triple from the same period of 2023, sending many deeper south into the country to discourage them from coming ...

  22. Maps of Restricted Areas

    Always reference the written descriptions of restricted areas in the Mexico Travel Advisory. Mexico City Consular District. ... From the United States: 1-844-528-6611. Emergency Contact ...