Do I need an I-94 permit to travel to Arizona New Mexico?

  • The program does not include the state of California, it is only for Arizona and New Mexico

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TUCSON – Elected officials, business and tourism authorities in Arizona are praising a change in federal guidelines that would allow thousands of tourist visa holders from Mexico to visit popular destinations in the state, such as the Phoenix, Sedona and Flagstaff metropolitan area, without the need to apply for an additional permit, such as the I-94 visa.

But the state is unlikely to see travel or economic spillover from Mexican visitors anytime soon. The US government does not allow Mexican visa holders to cross the US-Mexico border for tourist and other non-essential reasons due to ongoing travel restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19 .

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