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I assume that you are a national of a Visa Waiver Program country. If your cruise to Alaska is on a private vessel, or a commercial cruise operated by someone other than an "approved carrier," you are not eligible to use the VWP. You must apply for a visa. If your cruise to Alaska is a commercial cruise operated by an approved carrier, you must have ...


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The Japan National Tourism Organization lists the Philippines as a country that doesn't have a Reciprocal Visa Exemption Arrangement, requiring you to apply for a visa. You can find more information about what's required and how to apply for a visa for Philippine Nationals on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.


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You will quite possibly need a great many more documents than just your passport. Canada is quite strict about people with criminal records, and in particular, drunk driving is a federal offense under Canadian Law. Moreover, you will necessarily need to pass Canadian Customs to get from the airport to the cruise ship terminal; as far as I know, there's no ...



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