Mexico travel advisory for US – TxDOT

Mexico’s travel advisory issued for the United States, citing a US travel ban on citizens from six Muslim-majority countries, has been issued for a further four countries as a result of a new travel warning from TxDMOT.

The announcement is the first for the US. Mexico’s TxMexico travel advisory has been extended from March 6 to February 20, 2018.

Mexico’s issued a travel warning for Mexico on Saturday, February 7, 2018, as a consequence of President Enrique Peña Nieto’s latest travel ban.

TxMexicanTravelAlert, the country’s largest travel site, stated: The Mexican Government has issued a new international travel advisory to citizens of the following countries: The United States and Canada  (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, US possessions and US territories). 

Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto is due to visit the United Kingdom on March 9-11.

The country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a warning on the same day, warning that the United Nations Security Council has extended its sanctions on the US and Mexico, and that the sanctions will be lifted as a matter of routine.

The US has also imposed sanctions against seven countries in the Middle East: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and Sudan.

The sanctions against the US are temporary, but are expected to be extended.

While Mexico’s tourism industry remains strong in Mexico City, some of the countries the warning targets are no longer a priority.

The United Arab Emirates, for example, is no longer in Mexico’s sights.

As of Sunday afternoon, Mexico’s official website showed a message saying that the new travel advisory was “effective immediately”, adding: Mexico will continue to follow the United Arab Emirate’s decision to stay out of the travel advisory of the United State of America.

The UAE is the UAE’s main trading partner and has a significant economic interest in the US, with some of its nationals living in the United Sates.

At the same time, Mexico has been in the spotlight for its own travel policies, including the recent ban on foreign aid to the country, a measure that was announced at the height of the migrant crisis last year.

The latest travel advisory is the second travel warning issued by, which was launched on February 8, 2018 to coincide with the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. 

Mexico is not the only country that has announced travel restrictions.

Last month, Germany announced it was suspending all foreign aid, including to the European Union, as it considers the travel ban in the country to be in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights.