If you hold a Lebanese passport, you may get a US Visa to enter Mexico. It would actually be more practical to do so since most flights to San Jose del Cabo will go through either Dallas or Los Angeles. All information regarding Visas to the US can be found on their website: http://lebanon.usembassy.gov/non-immigrant_visas.html
To make it easier for you, here’s there info 🙂
– 1 MONTH TO GET YOUR APPOINTMENT
– 1 MONTH TO OBTAIN YOUR VISA
We advise nonimmigrant visa applicants to keep checking the calendar for availability of earlier appointments.
Non-immigrant visas are for international travelers (citizens of other countries) coming to the U.S. temporarily. This visa allows you to travel to a U.S. port of entry (airport, for example) and request permission of the Department of Homeland Security immigration inspector to enter the United States. A visa does not guarantee entry into the U.S.
The Consular Section provides full Non-immigrant Visa Services for Lebanese Citizens. Third-country nationals may apply for U.S. visas in Beirut.
The visa section of the Embassy conducts non-immigrant interviews, by appointment only, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., and from 13:00 p.m. to 14:30 p.m. No visa interviews are conducted on the last Friday of each month.
Applicants issued visas can collect their passports and ask for information at the upper entrance of the Embassy, Monday through Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Passports will be returned to visa applicants themselves, their immediate relatives, or a representative.
Please note that there will be no passback services on December 20, 24 and 31, 2013 between 3 and 4PM.
If a representative is collecting your passport on your behalf – even in case of family members – the representative must present:
If the applicant is under the age of 14, the following documents are required:
Note: In case of a group/family, a single letter of authority with the required information for each of the applicants will be accepted.
There will be no changes in procedure for those non-immigrant visa applicants who have already made a non-immigrant visa appointment prior to August 16, even if the actual appointment schedule date is in the future. Keep your appointment as planned. Visit the U.S. Embassy on the date and time of your visa interview appointment. Bring your Credit Libanais visa application fee receipt and your DS-160 confirmation page.
All other applicants should wait until the new appointment take effect on August 16, 2013 to contact the new Call Center or access the new website:http://www.ustraveldocs.com.
Applicants who are denied visas to the U.S. may reapply. Starting August 16, 2013 use the new non-immigrant visa application procedures. Applicants will have their case heard by another consular officer. However, the applicant should be able to demonstrate changes in their personal situation that caused them to be denied in their earlier interview.
Applicants should, in almost all cases, come alone to their interviews. Lebanese applicants above the age of 79 years do not need to come to the interview. These applicants may choose to send a representative in their stead, along with their visa application confirmation page, and one recent 5×5 cms full face white background photo. As appropriate, such applicants may want to include copies of their family extract, owned properties, bank account statements, and a letter detailing their purpose of travel. The visa section may, however, ask for more documentation or for a personal interview. Applicants must make sure to include accurate contact information on their visa application forms.
Applicants between the ages of 14 and 18 must come to the interview and may bring a parent with them. Applicants under 14 years of age who have legal right to reside in Lebanon or are Lebanese citizens are exempt from coming to the interview. Either of the parents may apply for the visa on behalf of the applicant. Applicants under 14 who do not have Lebanese citizenship or permission to reside in Lebanon must come to the interview. Applicants with serious medical problems may also choose to bring an escort with them.
If you forgot to turn in your I-94 when you departed the United States, please visit the following website for information on how to return it : http://travel.state.gov/visa/questions/questions_1253.html
This type of visa should be applied for when planning on visiting Mexico for a period of less than 180 days.
Applicants for visitor visas without permission to work (“tourist” visas) must prove either:
Supporting documents of the above situations are described below. For other type of Visitors’ Visas, please read section ”Other scenarios”
a. Strong roots in the applicant’s origin or residing country : Supporting documents are: Property titles and letter of employment stating position, salary and length of employment (at least one year); or property titles and being share holder or owner of a business running for at least two years.
b. Economic solvency: Supporting documents are:
c. Letter of invitation: