US passport / Traveler’s Checklist


A trip requires careful planning and more if it is about a plastic surgery done in another country .

1.The main recommendations known to have a good experience in Tijuana. Talk your concerns with your patient coordinator .

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2.Most US citizens must use a passport to travel re- enter the United States. A passport is an internationally recognized travel document that verifies their identity and citizenship. Only the State Department of the United States has the authority to issue US passports. Mexico does not require a passport to enter and leave for Americans but to enter your countries can perhaps have some problems. US passport here.

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3.Make sure you have the contact information of the nearest US embassy or consulate The consular staff in emergency assistance service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, US embassies , consulate , and consular agencies abroad and in Washington , DC. read more here

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4.Pack wisely: Travel light so you can move faster and have a free hand when you need it . Carry a minimum number of valuables , and plan places to conceal them. Check your bags , clothes, and the vehicle to make sure you’re not carrying any prohibited items in their country. Use covered luggage tags to avoid casual observation of your identity and nationality. Avoid packing IDs , tickets and other vital documents in backpacks or other places that can not be seen at all times.

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5.Prepare to manage money abroad: Review and understand the exchange rate before traveling . Before leaving , notify your bank, credit card company , or other financial institutions going abroad.