The United States is offering visa-free travel to Mexico for those who visit the country on a visa.
The Citi Travel Grant is available to anyone with a valid passport.
There are no restrictions on age, nationality, or country of origin.
There is no cap on the number of visits, but it is a limited visa program.
Travelers must be at least 21 years old, be U.S. citizens, and not have a felony conviction in the U.s.
There must be a valid Citi card.
It is not possible to visit all of Mexico.
The first trip will be to the southern border of the U-S, then across the Rio Grande to the border of Honduras, and then over the border to the state of Veracruz.
The visa is valid for six months, and there are no other restrictions.
Visa holders are expected to pay $1,000 for their trip.
The government of Veracoa, Mexico, announced on Tuesday that it was allowing the Visa-Free Visa Program to extend to the city of Cancun.
It was announced by Secretary of State Ricardo Sanchez.
The city has been one of the most touristy destinations in Mexico, and is also known for its Mexican-American population.
It has a large Mexican community and is home to the largest concentration of C-U students in the country.