The REAL ID Act will be fully in effect on October 1, 2020. Every US air traveler 18 years of age and older will need a compliant ID to fly within the United States. Compliant IDs include a valid passport book or passport card, compliant state-issued ID, enhanced drivers license, certain traveler cards (Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI, or FAST), US military ID, Permanent resident card, Border crossing card, Tribal photo ID, HSPD-12 PIV card, Canadian provincial driver’s license or Indian and Northern Affairs Canada card, and Transportation worker identification credential.Read Article
Do you need a passport for a Disney cruise? Anytime you leave the US, you should carry a valid passport- including on all cruises in international waters. While some cruises may not require a passport (if your Disney cruise starts and ends at the same US port), the US Department of State recommends always traveling with a passport.Read Article
Did you know that a child passport is only good for five years? Adult passports are valid for ten years, so it’s all too common for families to forget to renew their children’s passports when they expire.Read Article
It’s easy to replace a lost passport. A lost, stolen, or damaged passport can be replaced in 6-8 weeks through the post office or county clerk. However, if you need your passport fast, there are better options for you.Read Article
How do you know if you should renew your old passport or simply apply for a new one? Can you renew your passport if your old passport is expired? Here’s how to know for sure:Passport Renewal
If you meet all of the qualifications listed below, you can renew your passport instead of having to apply for a new one:
- You were 16 or older when you applied for your most recent passport.