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FOr entry into Mexico with a passport - does the passport have to be valid for a certain number of months after the date of entry?

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For entry into many countries, it is necessary to have a passport that will be valid for a certain period of time after the date of entry (sometimes 6 months, sometimes 1 year). I am planning a trip to Mexico for the first week of August. My US passport expires mid-December, so I would have about 4 months of validity in my passport. Will this be enough for Mexico? I have two months to renew my passport, but it takes 6 weeks and I don't want to be fretting a week before the trip if it does not arrive on time.

P.S. - I do NOT have a copy of my birth certificate, much less with a raised seal.

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