Visa-free travel to Mexico begins Sept. 1

Latvian citizens who wish to visit Mexico will now be able to so without a visa, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs has announced. The visa-free regime goes into effect Sept. 1.

Under the agreement with Mexican authorities, Latvian citizens with valid passports will be able to enter Mexico multiple times and stay up to 90 days during each six-month period.

Mexican citizens, meanwhile, have been able to enter Latvia without a visa since May 1.

The foreign ministry also announced that a visa-free regime is now in effect with Macao, a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China.

More information about visa agreements is available from the Web site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Andris Straumanis is a special correspondent for and a co-founder of Latvians Online. From 2000–2012 he was editor of the website.

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