US travel document requirements have changed for Americans traveling to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean by land or sea. US passports were previously only required for air travel to these countries-people traveling by land or sea could simply use their driver’s licenses and birth certificates (or other proof of citizenship). Now, all adults are required to show a US passport or another approved type of ID to return to the US, no matter what method of travel they are using.Read Article
Do you need a passport for domestic flights? The answer to that question has always been “no,” but thanks to the Real ID Act, that’s about to change.
Moving forward, your driver’s license may not cut it at the airport.Read Article
Last year, a new law expanded the Internal Revenue Service’s power over your passport. However, if you are on a payment plan, you may still be eligible for a passport.Read Article
Did you know there are new passport requirements for 2016? The new year has arrived, and so have new travel requirements that could leave you stranded. Read on to learn more about these new passport rules and keep your travel plans on track:New Passport Requirements for 2016: No More Adding Pages
Frequent travelers, take notice.Read Article
Will New Mexico residents need a US passport for domestic flights? New Mexico residents are scurrying to get passports before the January 15, 2013 Real ID Act deadline.
After that date, there is a distinct possibility that New Mexico driver’s licenses will no longer be acceptable identification for domestic flights.Read Article