Immigration Forms

by gardengal1, Tuesday, December 05, 2017, 13:52 (170 days ago)

A question to those of you who filled out and printed the immigration forms on-line:

Does one cut them apart or hand them the whole sheet?

Thanks so much!!

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by Marty, Colorado / Ixtapa, Tuesday, December 05, 2017, 14:43 (170 days ago) @ gardengal1

The Immigration person at the airport separated them.

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by HOWARD, Tuesday, December 05, 2017, 16:50 (170 days ago) @ Marty

I have always scored the center of the form so the agent can tear it neatly. I do not separate the halves.

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by Craig AKA the cruise ship guy @, Wednesday, December 06, 2017, 13:32 (169 days ago) @ HOWARD

When I used them in Zihuatanejo this October, I cut them completely and paper clipped together. Seemed to work better than having the officer tear them by hand as I did other times. Maybe someday the Mexican government will actually give these guys a paper cutter or some scissors but that would make sense. They also had no idea what to do with the online customs form. :beatwall:

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by burgess1952, Wednesday, December 06, 2017, 13:34 (169 days ago) @ HOWARD

on line form was helpful - just eliminated completing on plane. We did find that we also needed to complete the customs form - which I didn't find online - so still have to complete form while in line.

fyi on return through Houston used the mobile passport app - wow - it worked great - easy to use and very short line

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by CountryDancer @, Vancouver, Washington, Wednesday, December 06, 2017, 21:23 (169 days ago) @ gardengal1

The immigration personnel separated it (very messily, seem perterbed at having to do so.)

I'm thinking that separating it ahead of time would be appreciated.

**Customs Form: We filled them out on the plane, but didn't need them in LAX, we were directed to the Kiosk to complete and print the form.

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by bobnamy @, Friday, December 08, 2017, 10:36 (167 days ago) @ CountryDancer

The immigration folks in Mexico City did not accept my online forms. They just waived them off and made me fill out forms by hand.

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by Mexalberta @, Friday, December 08, 2017, 10:49 (167 days ago) @ bobnamy

Has there ever been a shortcut in any Mexican process?
Would Canada or USA accept a online immigration form?

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by Paulf @, Mount Sterling, Ky 40353, Saturday, December 09, 2017, 12:23 (166 days ago) @ CountryDancer

Funny thing, sometime does not pay to do 2 things at once. I had printed the forms for me. While my forms were printing called Time Warner because my pass word for my modem did not work. TWC changed my pass word between my forms and Kathie's forms I can not print. I had to change the pass word in the printer even though it has a USB cable to the desk top. I hate the small screen on the printer trying to input the new pass word. Now my wifi for the lap top does not work. After a couple of phone calls later was told to right click on the network and select forget- I had never had this problem before. At least I have the 2 sets printed- waiting to see if any problems Jan 6th going through Immigration at "Z".

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by northbay @, Saturday, December 09, 2017, 14:03 (166 days ago) @ Paulf

Yes, for the time spent fooling around with the PC and printer, we could have filled out three or four sets manually. Of course the printed forms look elegant, and the agents in Z had no problem with them.

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by Paulf @, Mount Sterling, Ky 40353, Sunday, December 10, 2017, 09:57 (165 days ago) @ northbay

Totally agree, the problem is if you do not get the form before leaving or they are not given out on the plane- as is happening sometimes. On one of our flights down the forms ran out(we were lucky we got them). Do you won't to fill them out at immigration's in "Z"- I don't.