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 Posted: Thu Feb 27th, 2014 04:16 pm
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As long as your FMM has not expired, it can be used for multiple entries into Mexico.

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I have a Permanente residente visa that is good forever ( that is until the laws change again!!!!).Have been trying to find out if I have to stop at Km 21 and get my passport stamped coming into Mexico and going out of Mexico every time  like I used to do with the FM3????????

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We have Residente Temporal and when we stopped at Km 21 a few days ago, in order for our friend to get her FMM, the agent there told me that we need to get our passports stamped on the way in, and then stamped at the US border on our way out. That might just be the whim of the moment.

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What is KM21?? A place 21km's across the border? Took me 2 hours to get my last tourist visa thingy in 2011

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Yes, KM21 is a place on MX 15 south of where the roads from the downtown and truck crossing merge.  It is very large and well marked as the location to get tourist cards.  It can get busy, especially during the holiday season.

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Took 2 hours 2 years ago Dec 22 at the boarder! U think this other place will be faster? Thanks
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I have no idea what the traffic will be like on your arrival.  Sorry but seeing the future is not one of my talents.

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thats not the word on the streets:)
Just wondering witch place is the fastest?
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BartDo you have to go back to border to renew 180 ?

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Yes-you need to return, turn in the old one and get a new one.

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Is it true if you're caught in Mexico without purchasing your FMM that you can be fined $1,000 USD? I was told this by someone last year who is fluent in Spanish and seemed to be in the know. On Facebook there were people from the US living in Mexico who never bothered getting one and told others to do the same. I warned them about the $1,000 fine but no one believed me. I responded that it doesn't matter if it's true or not, it's simply not worth the risk especially since the FMM is so cheap.

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