My husband and I are booked to go to Cancun at the end of this month, but we have a very unusual case. He is neither American or Canadian really.... He was born to Canadian parents in NYC so technically he IS both, but legally neither. We've tried to get a American passport but he was refused because he had his name legally changed in Canada and they will not accept the official Canadian name change. Besides his American birth certificate he has nothing else to prove his citizenship for the US as he's lived in Canada all of his life. We've applied for a Canadian passport but because his parents didn't register his birth, he lost his citizenship a few years ago. Basically he's one of at lease 80 people that have fell thru the cracks. There is a special meeting of legistative being held in the next two weeks, where he *should* (we've been told there's no reason why not) his Canadian citizenship back. I've spoken to several people, read all I can on the entry requirements and get conflicting answers. I've been advised: 1. Canadians don't need a passport but rather picture id such as a drivers licence 2. Americans can get into the country as long as they have proof of applying for a passport (we have the application that the US passport office had) 3. That we need passports regardless of where we're from (Canada/USA) Can anyone confirm any of this? How difficult IS it to get into Cancun? What are the changes of being refused? ANY help would be appreciated! We've tried to post pone our vacation until he has his citizenship but skyauctions won't let us or even cancel it!