compliance with immigration requirements is of utmost concern. Please read
through the following warnings and requirements.
participants MUST wear closed-toe shoes during business visits --
no high-heels, no sandals, no sneakers, etc., are allowed for safety purposes; those NOT
wearing appropriate shoes will not be allowed on business visits.
casual or "nice informal" attire is required for business visits.
No jeans please. Jewelry and
watches may have to be taken off during some business visits to meet safety
participants must bring one of the following for immigration purposes:
Citizens: US Passport, OR
Citizens: Please bring on the trip BOTH your US VISA
your non-US passport (must allow multiple entries/exits) -- OR your US Permanent
Residency Card (as appropriate).
inspections will occur entering Mexico and on the return trip to the US
-- as such, any non-US citizens MUST have
appropriate documentation to re-enter the US. Neither CrossborderTours nor its
affiliated companies are liable for any missing documentation that may cause US
Immigration officials to disallow your return to the U.S. Tour
participants MUST be aware of their own
requirements to leave and re-enter the U.S.
On returning to the US, Immigration inspectors will ask your citizenship (non-US citizens: you NEED
your ORIGINAL immigration documents with
multiple entry stamp for
BEHAVIOR WHILE IN
your visit to Mexico, please remember:
You will be in a foreign country -- please respect
its laws and its people.
Cameras are encouraged for the
trip generally, however photos inside of business facilities may not be allowed
(for proprietary concerns). Please ask our hosts when and where you may take
Please also keep in mind that many
professionals in Mexico will be giving us their time during both the business
visits and during any lectures. As such, please show them respect, and give them