A government issued photo I.D., such as a driver’s license, passport or state I.D. card must be presented at check-in. College IDs, may not be acceptable. No airline will allow you to board the plane, even a domestic flight, without the proper I.D. If you have none, call the airline or check their web site to determine what alternative is acceptable.
The Federal Aviation Administration has determined that children don't need a government issued photo I.D. for domestic flights if they are accompanied by an adult who will vouch for their identity.
A valid ticket is necessary, with the name on the ticket the same as on the I.D., exactly.
Passengers using an E-ticket must have some form of paperwork from the airline in addition to the E-ticket number or PIN., to be able to pass into the security checkpoint.
All international flights require a passport. The name on the passport must match the name on the ticket, exactly. If a recent marriage has changed your name, bring the certified marriage certificate with you. File for a new passport as soon as you return from your trip.
Check into the countries on your itinerary to determine what types of documentation is required to enter and leave each country.
All travel documents are solely responsibility of the traveler. An airline cannot and will not make exceptions due to government laws.
Embassies and Consulate Offices located in the United States are found on this page, which also contains links to other helpful information. Each site is different, but each contains valuable contact information and other helpful hints for prospective visitors.
This is the U.S. State Department, Bureau of Consular Affairs’ Foreign Entry Requirements web page. It lists entry requirements of foreign countries, as well as the addresses and telephone numbers of foreign embassies and consulates in the U. S. It is a particularly good starting point for your inquiries, but remember, information is subject to change. Check directly with the embassy or consulate of the countries that you are visiting for last minute, up to date information..
The U.S. State Department’s Foreign Consular Offices web page. This site contains an updated listing of contact information for foreign countries’ consular offices in the United States.
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