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We just crossed into Canada and back by car in the Thousand Islands region with two expired passports (July 2019). We had 6 travelers total, all US citizens. Both the Canadian and US border patrol mentioned that they should be renewed (they had expired 9 months ago), but they both said it wasn't a problem. We only noticed that they were expired the night ...


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According to TIMATIC, the database used by airlines to decide whether a passenger's documents are sufficient, you can indeed use a birth certificate to prove your US citizenship when arriving by air, but as noted in a comment, you will probably have to identify yourself with a photo ID before being allowed to board the plane in Mexico. The TIMATIC text: ...


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Italy is part of the Schengen Area. For short stays (not exceeding 90 days in total during any 180-day period), the whole 26-state area is treated as a single country as regards passport validity, maximum visa-free stay and passport stamps. Your passport must remain valid for at least three months beyond the end of your proposed stay. If only planning a ...


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There is an extremely high chance that your passport was stolen to be used for fraudulent purposes. Therefore you should report your passport as stolen immediately following the instructions found on the linked US governmental webpage. You might have to go to the nearest police station to file a lost/stolen report. Then, you should contact your nearest US ...


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For travel in 2019, you will only require your Drivers License, regardless of how you plan to travel. There is absolutely no need for a US citizen to carry their passport for this trip. Beginning October 1, 2020 there MAY be a need to carry your passport if you are flying. This is the current start date for the requirement to have a REAL ID complaint ID ...


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Your BRP is evidence of your immigration status in the UK https://www.gov.uk/biometric-residence-permits You will have to show it along with your valid national passport before you begin your return journey, and again when you re-enter the United Kingdom. The permit proves that you are allowed to return to the United Kingdom, but it cannot be used instead of ...


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Countries generally prefer you to leave on the same passport you entered the country in. Of course this isn't always possible (citizenship change, for example). The Home Affairs website notes for dual citizens: A dual citizen is a person who is a citizen of 2 or more countries. You become a dual citizen if you: are an Australian citizen, are ...


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Check out the answer to this link. I also posted the answer I got from the Austrian Ministry of the Interior (office responsible for border Control).


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Looks like you can use the ePassport gates if you're a UK resident and from a country that is allowed to use the ePassport gates. https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control/at-border-control If you’re from a non-EEA country You no longer have to fill in a landing card. Your passport (and visa if you have one) will be checked at border control. You’ll ...


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Old question but I see no one answered so I'm going to add some information I believe is pertinent. I received the following email from the Austrian BMI regarding entering visa-fee before a Visa D is valid. Keep in mind this is a translation from the original email in german: If the visa-free stay is short or the travel purpose for the visa-free stay is ...


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