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'''Juarez''' (Spanish:''Ciudad Juárez'') is a city in the state of [[Chihuahua (state)|Chihuahua]],  [[Mexico]]. It stands on the Rio Grande, across the [[United States]] border from [[El Paso]].  
 
'''Juarez''' (Spanish:''Ciudad Juárez'') is a city in the state of [[Chihuahua (state)|Chihuahua]],  [[Mexico]]. It stands on the Rio Grande, across the [[United States]] border from [[El Paso]].  
  
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A passport is required to enter the United States. Juarez is part of Mexico's zona frontera, and no visa or passport is required to enter from the United States. Pedestrians are rarely stopped or asked for identification. Vehicles may be stopped at random: usually indicated by a red light at the border crossing. Your vehicle may be searched if stopped, and the most serious matter is to carry a firearm or ammunition without a permit to do so: even one spent shell casing may result in serious charges.
 
A passport is required to enter the United States. Juarez is part of Mexico's zona frontera, and no visa or passport is required to enter from the United States. Pedestrians are rarely stopped or asked for identification. Vehicles may be stopped at random: usually indicated by a red light at the border crossing. Your vehicle may be searched if stopped, and the most serious matter is to carry a firearm or ammunition without a permit to do so: even one spent shell casing may result in serious charges.
 
[[File:Ciudad_Juarez_center_of_the_city-_2015-11-03_12-02.jpeg|thumbnail|Center of the city.]]
 
[[File:Ciudad_Juarez_center_of_the_city-_2015-11-03_12-02.jpeg|thumbnail|Center of the city.]]
 
Highways exiting Juarez have checkpoints that do require foreigners to present a visa. If you do not have one, you may fill out a tourist card at the checkpoint.
 
Highways exiting Juarez have checkpoints that do require foreigners to present a visa. If you do not have one, you may fill out a tourist card at the checkpoint.
  
===By car===
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*From the rest of Mexico, Juarez is accessible by Mexican Federal Highway 2 which runs along the [[United States]] border and Mexican Federal Highway 45 which heads south to [[Chihuahua]].
 
*From the rest of Mexico, Juarez is accessible by Mexican Federal Highway 2 which runs along the [[United States]] border and Mexican Federal Highway 45 which heads south to [[Chihuahua]].
 
*From the United states, US Highways 62 (Stanton Street in El Paso) and 54 (also known as the Patriot Freeway) end at the Mexican border and are the main international crossings from the United States. Interstate 10 is the major highway leading to El Paso.
 
*From the United states, US Highways 62 (Stanton Street in El Paso) and 54 (also known as the Patriot Freeway) end at the Mexican border and are the main international crossings from the United States. Interstate 10 is the major highway leading to El Paso.

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