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Current Travel Requirements

June 1, 2009

Beginning June 1, 2009, the passport requirement will be extended to include all land border crossings and sea travel to or from the above-mentioned destinations.

For more information about passports, click here to visit the passport section of the U.S. Department of State's Web site.

Children under the age of 16 who are citizens of the U.S. or Canada will be exempt from the passport requirement for land and sea border crossings when the rule goes into effect. In lieu of a passport, children will be able to continue to use a birth certificate as proof of citizenship for entry into the U.S. by land or by sea. Children entering or re-entering the U.S. by air are still required to have a valid passport.

Cruise lines that sail roundtrip from U.S. ports to any of the destinations mentioned above say they will continue to accept a certified birth certificate and government-issued I.D. (such as a driver's license), in lieu of a passport for U.S. citizens. However, many cruise lines strongly suggest that guests obtain a passport anyway, and here's why.

Guests who cruise and need to fly to or from the United States unexpectedly will likely experience significant delays and complications related to booking airline tickets and entering the United States if they do not have a valid U.S. passport with them. For example, a passenger missing a cruise departure due to a late inbound flight to Miami would need a passport to fly to meet the ship at the next port.

Similarly, guests needing to fly home to the U.S. or Canada (via the U.S.) before their cruise ends, because of medical, family, personal or business emergencies, missing a ship's departure from a port of call, or a mechanical problem of some sort with the ship, would need a passport.

Of course, situations like these are extremely rare, but they can happen, which is why I also recommend passports for cruises. Always check with your Cruises Cruises counselor at the time of booking to verify documentation that will be required for your vacation.

For more information about obtaining or renewing a passport as a US citizen, click here to visit the U.S. Department of State's Web site. For more information about obtaining or renewing a passport as a Canadian citizen, click here to visit Passport Canada.


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