We make traveling to Dr. Kuri’s office at Hospital Del Prado in Mexico and back to the US easy for you – all you have to do is have the necessary identification to cross the US/Mexico Border.
Below is a summary of all the details you need to know. If at any time you have a question or require help, simply call your Patient Facilitator – her job is to help you with every detail along your journey! You may contact her by calling our Main Office at 1-888-223-4046. On June 1, 2009, the U.S. government will implement the full requirements of the land and sea phase of WHTI. The proposed rules require most U.S. citizens entering the United States at sea or land ports of entry to have a passport, passport card, or other travel document approved by the Department of Homeland Security.
Children: U.S. citizen children under the age of 16 will be able to present the original or copy of their birth certificate or other proof of U.S. citizenship such as a naturalization certificate or citizenship card.
Getting your Passport is Easy!
Read below to find out how to get your Passport, or go to the Department of State’s website. Once you click on the link, you must decide if you need to apply in person or if you can submit a renewal through the mail. Click on the appropriate link and follow the instructions. Below is further information to help explain what you will need to do. Remember, we are here to help. Please contact your Patient Facilitator if any questions arise.
- You are applying for your first U.S. passport
- You are under age 16
- Your previous U.S. passport was issued when you were under age 16
- Your previous U.S. passport was lost, stolen, or damaged, or
- Your previous U.S. passport was issued more than 15 years ago
- Your name has changed since your U.S. passport was issued and you are unable to legally document your name change
- Is undamaged and can be submitted with your application
- Your passport was issued when you were age 16 or older
- Your passport was issued within the last 15 years
- Your passport was issued in your current name or you can legally document your name change
- If it does not meet these requirements then you need to renew it in persono
- Previously issued, undamaged U.S. passport
- Naturalization Certificate
- Valid Driver’s License
- Current Government ID (city, state or federal)
- Current Military ID (military and dependents)
- Term: Good for 10 years
- Initial Cost: $100.00
- You are under age 16, or
- Renewal Fee: $75.00
- Allows for: International travel by land, sea, or air
- Physical Size: 5″ X 3 ½”
- Term: Good for 10 years
- Initial Cost: $85.00
- Renewal Fee: $20.00
- Allows for: International travel by land and sea ONLY
- Physical Size: Wallet size