Americans visiting Mexico should be allowed to purchase a Mexican passports for $3.00 or less, according to the U.N. agency that tracks immigration.
The United States and Mexico are the only two countries that have issued passports that are not certified by the World Bank.
The World Bank is currently in the process of certifying passports that cover all major categories of documents.
But it is unclear how many people would be able purchase a U.F.O. passport, a U, U.A.F., or even a F.A.-5 passport if it were certified.
The agency did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Mexican government has been trying to address the issue since a 2015 earthquake and tsunami devastated Mexico’s southern state of Veracruz, killing more than 11,000 people.
The earthquake, along with a subsequent flood, destroyed most of the country.
Mexico’s constitution requires a census to determine the population.
The U.R. has reported that around 1.6 million people were affected.
In February, the U .
General Assembly adopted a resolution calling on the U,U.A., and F.M.
F countries to adopt “effective measures to facilitate the travel and entry of U.U. citizens and nationals, including in order to facilitate their repatriation, to their country of origin.”