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To fly to the Bahamas from the US as a US citizen, you need a passport in any event, and you do not need any other ID. So a driver's license isn't particularly helpful for this trip, and its being expired is not a problem.


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The whole point of a passport is to act as ID when you're travelling! If you have a passport, you don't need anything else.


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ID requirements for domestic flights are set by TSA and can be found at https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/identification. As you can see, permanent resident cards (aka green cards) are accepted.


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Basic facts: The Common Travel Area (henceforth CTA) consists of the UK, Guernsey, Jersey, the Isle of Man and Ireland. Between the UK, Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man, the border is fully open with no immigration checks. In addition, Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man apply UK entry regulations and issue UK entry stamps in passports. Consequently, ...


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If you have a compliant driver's license or state ID (or another acceptable form of identification), you don't even need to show your green card. You should carry the green card with you because of the law that requires you to keep it in your personal possession at all times, but there is no requirement to have any particular travel document when traveling ...


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For the Schengen countries you do not need an invitation, but you need to show you have enough money and a good reason to return home, and Norway, Greece and Switzerland are all Schengen countries. The money is not a given amount but showing that you get in enough money more than you need for your life at home that you can afford to spend it on travel. Good ...


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Now there is an option to scan and upload all the supporting documents on the VFS Global website for each applicant for UK Visa. If all documents are uploaded properly, then you can visit the VFS center for your bio-metric appointment with only your current valid and old passports. You can also choose to take all your original documents and VFS will scan ...


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You'll need a US visa; for a 'visit' (tourism or business) you need one of type B-1/2. If you haven't got one already, this is the website to apply from Kenya. Once you've got the visa (which is probably the hard bit), the only other difficulty is convincing the border agent that your travel is legitimate and you intend to return home. There's no fixed ...


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Short Answer - This would depend on the carrier airlines. Bureau of Civil Aviation security mandates no separate ID is required for infants/minors travelling with their parents. The airlines may require an age proof to ensure infant qualifies for infant fare. If you don't provide a proof, you may need to pay full fare to travel. A birth certificate is ...


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Personal experience : I think birth certificate would be sufficient.


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Unfortunately for you, "just finished school" is a typical situation for young people to leave home to seek their fortune abroad -- especially if home is a country with low socioeconomic development. The main task of visa officers is to keep those people out -- so in order to get a visa you'll need to present a convincing reason why seeking your fortune in ...


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From Travelling as a dual citizen: A passport is the best way to show that you are an Australian citizen. You might still be able to enter Australia if you are an Australian citizen without an Australian passport, but it will be more difficult. The airline might also stop you from boarding a plane to Australia. Also, from faqs on the ETA site: I am an ...


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Probably not. As Australian citizens, your children are not eligible for ETAs, and they not will be allowed on the plane without one. If they do make it to the Australian border, there may be some hassle while they figure things out, and more hassle if leaving the country without an Australian passport (although you could apply for one while in country to ...


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The European Union keeps a spreadsheet of recognised travel documents which entitles the holder to cross the external borders and which may be endorsed with a visa. Here's the relevant section: As you can see, you can -- and as we will see, you actually need to -- use this document to apply for a visa to Germany. To answer whether you need a visa, check ...


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The application materials will say what evidence you should submit. I can't see any reason why they would need a copy of your driving license. Driving around Italy in a hire car is a completely normal thing to do. Having a driving license is completely normal. You don't need to prove things that are completely normal. Everybody knows you need a driving ...


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I lived in Las Vegas for about a year. I was never once checked for Id. Come to think about it I have never been checked for ID at any casino anywhere. Maybe I just look old.


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