Can I travel to Mexico with my enhanced driver’s license?
Yes. An enhanced license or state ID card issued in Michigan is accepted at any U.S. land or sea port when returning from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda or the Caribbean. An enhanced license is accepted as a valid license for driving in any U.S. state.
Can you fly to Cancun with an enhanced license?
Enhanced Driver’s License
EDL holders may travel to Cancun without additional travel documents provided they arrive by land or sea. The EDL has been approved by the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative as a valid form of international identification.
Do I need a real ID to fly to Mexico in 2020?
No. REAL ID cards cannot be used for border crossings into Canada, Mexico or other international travel.
What countries can you visit with an enhanced license?
What is an Enhanced Driver License?
- Antigua and Barbuda.
- British Virgin Islands.
- Caribbean Netherlands.
Can you cross the border with an enhanced ID?
EDLs will also allow people whose main travel is to Canada or Mexico save money and time on obtaining a passport, since the EDL will serve as both their license and ID that allows for border crossing.
What documents do I need to fly to Mexico?
To enter Mexico, you must have the following documents:
- A valid passport or travel document. …
- A properly completed Multiple Migratory Form (FMM). …
- Mexican immigration officers at the port of entry may request additional documents depending on the purpose/activity of your trip.
Do I need an enhanced license to fly to Mexico?
To return to the U.S. from Mexico by land, sea or air, you must present a passport or PASS card (available to anyone) or Enhanced Driver’s License (residents of some U.S. states can get these) at the border.
Can I fly to Cancun with a real ID?
The Cancun Airport website states that U.S. travelers can enter Cancun with alternate forms of ID, such as a birth certificate and a driver’s license. However, to return to the U.S. from Mexico, you must have a passport.
Can I fly internationally without a REAL ID?
You‘ll need your passport for international travel, and you can use your passport to verify your identity at the TSA checkpoint instead of a REAL ID-compliant state-issued driver’s license.
How can I fly without REAL ID?
If you don’t have a compliant ID by that date, you will have to show another acceptable form of identification to fly within the United States, such as a valid passport, permanent resident card, or Department of Homeland Security trusted traveler program card, such as Global Entry or Nexus.