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Getting a Mexican Tourist Card (FMM) at El Chaparral Border Crossing

About the Immigration Office:

Location: Between San Ysidro (San Diego) and Tijuana; replaced Puerto México
Hours of Operation: 24 hours
Mexican document issued: FMM (Forma Migratoria Múlitple) for tourists aka tourist card or tourist visa
Documents accepted to get a tourist card: Passports only
Current tourist card (FMM) price (Feb 2015): $332.00 pesos - approx US $22.00
Bank locations to pay for the FMM: Right around the corner from the office
Bank names: Banjercito and Bancomer
Bank hours: 24 hours


Where is the new immigration office at El Chaparral located?

As you cross the border, the new, small immigration office is in the blue, modern building that says SAT Aduanas on the right. The entrance to the office is on the outside of the building up a few stairs.


Is there parking available?

Yes. Parking is available just past the overhang as you leave the facility. It is in the center toward the back. You may have to do a left or right u-turn in order to park. Look for the blue and yellow signs on the chain link fence that read Area de Inspección/Inspection Area. The parking lot is right after the chain link fence. Ask a customs official where you may park if you have any doubts.

Where can I get more details about the tourist card (FMM)?

Read our page about Mexican Tourist Cards (FMM).

Note: This article only describes the small immigration office where Mexican tourist cards are issued. For visas and other documentation, visit the main immigration office.

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