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2017/08/06 20:30:02 (permalink)
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online tourist card

We are going back next week and did the online tourist card.  Does it need to be trimmed or just the big paper it is printed on?
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    Re: online tourist card 2017/08/06 22:34:33 (permalink)
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    Ive been looking for that. What website did you do it on ??
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    Re: online tourist card 2017/08/15 11:46:48 (permalink)

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    Re: online tourist card 2017/08/15 20:36:53 (permalink)
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    El Gran Chico - I see you've been to HMB 9x.  Do you always stay in the same place?
     
    If not, what are your favorite places? We are going to book for a trip in May and just wondering where you have stayed. We've stayed at a few but we like to try different places all the time.  
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    Re: online tourist card 2017/08/16 10:39:16 (permalink)
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    9KrazyCats, once at Del Sol, 5 times to La Bahia, 3 times to Mirage.  We were happy with all of them.

    Last in Mexico Mar 13 to 20, 2018 [18th trip to MEX, 14x to RM (1998 to 2018), 9x to HMB (2006 to 2016)]
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    Re: online tourist card 2017/08/17 22:21:51 (permalink)
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    Nice to know. Thanks! 
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    Re: online tourist card 2018/01/21 14:06:54 (permalink)
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    I tried to fill out the form today for my trip in March.   It wouldn't accept my arrival date - I'm guessing it's their way of saying I'm doing it too soon.  Anyone had luck filling it out more than a few days in advance?

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    Re: online tourist card 2018/01/22 13:43:34 (permalink)
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    It can be a maximum of 30 days in advance from what I understand. Ours worked great last November at CUN.


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    Re: online tourist card 2018/01/22 14:18:28 (permalink)
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    Hi All:  Coming back for trip #8 to Akumal/HMB in February and saw this thread.
    Is this the form you fill out one per family or one per person?
    Thanks much
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    Re: online tourist card 2018/01/22 15:16:06 (permalink)
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    One per person. I just did mine for 15 days from now.

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    Re: online tourist card 2018/01/22 19:44:15 (permalink)
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    Tomas
    It can be a maximum of 30 days in advance from what I understand. Ours worked great last November at CUN.




    Thanks.   I will try mine again in about 3 weeks.
     
    I also found this link:
     
    http://www.sat.gob.mx/BienvenidoaMexico/Paginas/default_eng.htm
     
    That's the one per family at the same address customs declaration form.  I believe it can be filled in a few days before you go (I heard 3 days - no idea how accurate that is but I'll try it if I remember and have time before I leave)

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    Re: online tourist card 2018/03/12 14:10:56 (permalink)
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    Just completed the one per family for my trip down tomorrow (did the one per person a couple of weeks ago).   BTW, the one per family form defaults the Spanish.   You can change it to English in the upper right but the translation isn't that great.
    post edited by el gran chico - 2018/03/17 17:08:19

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    Re: online tourist card 2018/03/17 14:49:08 (permalink)
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    I did ours on regular letter size. I thought I was being clever by printing it on cardstock because it would be sturdier and less likely to tear. When you get to the customs person,  they will fold it and tear it in half. Hint* DON'T do it on hard to tear cardstock.



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