Can I travel to Mexico with just a green card?
You can go to Mexico with a Green Card but without a visa. You only need to apply for a Mexico tourist card if you plan to stay for more than 72 hours and/or travel more than 12 km from the border.
Can US green card holders travel to Mexico without visa?
A foreigner of any country, who is a permanent resident of the United States of America or of Canada, may travel to Mexico without a visa or a consular stamp on the passport. The person should travel with the valid passport and the valid US Resident Alien Card (Green Card) or Permanent Resident Card (Canada).
What does a US permanent resident need to travel to Mexico?
For permanent residents of the United States, the I-551 Permanent Resident card is required for return to the US. For entry into Mexico, you will need to present a passport, and depending on your country of citizenship, possibly a visa as well.
Can I cross the border with my green card?
As with U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents (green card holders) also must present either a passport or secure travel document when entering the U.S. by air. When crossing the border by land or sea, LPRs may present their Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551).