Does President of US need passport?
Yes, he needs a passport, but it's not like everyone else's. The president of the United States, his immediate family, certain top officials, and diplomatic personnel are issued diplomatic passports, which have a black cover and for which the bearer doesn't have to pay a passport fee. When the president travels, a team of people, usually from the State Department, coordinate the paperwork of the trip and hold onto the president's passport. After the president emerges from Air Force One, waves to the crowd, and gets in his limo, he doesn't then stand in line at customs. The State Department employees take his passport, and those of the others in his entourage, through the host country's customs procedures.
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An American citizen does not need a passport to travel within the United States.
On January 23, 2007, new US government regulations took effect which will require all adults and children (even newborns) to have a valid passport for all international travel… by air. This requirement will be extended to sea travel (except closed loop cruises), including ferry service, by the summer of 2009. Until then, U.S. citizens traveling by sea must have government-issued photo identification and a document showing their U.S. citizenship (for example, a birth certificate or certificate of nationalization), or other WHTI compliant document such as a passport card for entry or re-entry to the U.S. Sea travelers should also check with their cruise line and countries of destination for any foreign entry requirements. To apply for a new passport, you will need to appear in person at a post office or courthouse that accepts passport applications. Use the form below to find the passport acceptance office nearest you.
Starting, June 1, 2009, the answer is "yes"
Requirements for a passport depend on where and how you're planning to travel. If you plan to travel from the United States by air and you are a US citizen, you will need a pa…ssport to gain re-entry to this country (and to enter a different country). If you're planning to travel by ship, for example on a cruise, or by by land (car, train, truck, bike) you can visit the Caribbean, Mexico and Canada with a certified copy of a birth certificate and a government-issued photo ID or a passport -- (but if your cruise departs from Vancouver or St. Martin and you must fly to get to the ship, you'll need a passport). The exact date passports will be required for travel by ship have not been established, but it should be in the fall 2008. The above applies to US Citizens; alien residents have different rules depending on the status of their Permanent Residency and their country of citizenship.
Yes, infants need passports, even newborns. Also both parents must sign the forms. . Your baby may be small, but he'll still need a passport to travel internationally. Becaus…e the process can take six weeks or more, it's important that you apply for your infant's passport as soon as you know you'll be traveling. For an extra fee, you may be able to get the passport in as little as two weeks, however.
When you are not a citizen of the USA a passport is usually required to enter the US.. However, for many years citizens of the USA, Canada and several other western hemispher…e countries did not need a passport to enter the US. Because of increased security procedures, even US citizens must have a passport or passport card to reenter the US across the US-Canada land border or by sea from the Caribbean after 18 May 2009. Passports have been needed for all entrants by air for a year before that.
The Canadian government does not requires US residants to present a passport when entering Canada and the US government does not require a passport for its residants when retu…rning to the US. However, the US government does now require passports for Canadians entering the US but they are not required by the Canadian government on the return trip.
Answer. Since 9/11 President Bush has gone a bit overboard in his wants on who enters The United States, so in keeping with policy the Canadian Government has decided to foll…ow his lead and deny people who don't have passports.
Travel documents required for US citizens going to Canada and returning to the US: . Passport requirement laws have undergone changes in many countries since 9/11, and Cana…da and the US are among them. If you are planning travel by air to any country, the Airlines may have additional requirements beyond those of the country to which you are traveling. You can check with the Airline to be sure of the requirements before the planned trip, this information is usually available online at the Airline's web pages. But as a general rule, it is best for US travelers to have a valid US passport for all travel nowadays (and in some cases, also a visa). Travel by air to and from Canada: Currently (February 2009) all air travelers are required to show a valid passport to enter the US (see WHTI below), even US citizens returning from travel outside the US, and, even when coming from Canada. For that reason, if you are traveling to Canada by air, you will need a passport to be able to return home by air. The Canadian laws allow you to enter Canada by air using a valid passport or other valid equivalent travel document (see below for details). But only a passport will allow your reentry to the US on the return trip by air. Travel by land and sea between Canada and the US: Until June 2009, when entering Canada via land or sea, you may also pass the border by showing "proof of US citizenship" (such as original birth certificate or notorized copy) and photo ID. [Permanent alien residents of the US must show "green cards".] After June 1, 2009, all visitors traveling to Canada by land and sea will be required to show passports or valid equivalent travel documents, "proof of citizenship" alone will no longer meet the entry requirements. As of the passage of WHTI in 2004, travelers entering or reentering the US by land or sea need to have a passport or valid equivalent travel document. So, even though Canada will allow you to enter with only "proof of citizenship" (for now), to get back in the US, that "proof of citizenship" alone will not suffice. A passport or valid equivalent documents are currently required to cross back into the US by land or sea. Bottom line US/Canadian travel: You will be better off for all travel to have a valid passport, it will make border crossings faster and may be the only documentation allowed in some travel situations. To enter Canada after June 1, 2009 by air, land, or sea , all travelers from all countries will need a passport or valid equivalent travel documents. To return to the US now (and after June 1, 2009), travelers by air need a passport, no other documentation will be accepted. Travelers coming back into the US on land and sea need a passport or valid equivalent travel documents as described below. Additional information: WHTI: Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, describes the documentation requirements introduced by the US to increase border safety since 2004. Canadian " valid equivalent travel documents ": . NEXUS card, a pre-approval card developed via agreement between US and Canada for use in air, land, and sea travel (exceptions described above). . Enhanced Driver's License (EDL) , available only in Washington State, New York State, and soon in Vermont for use in land and sea travel only. . US Passport Card , for land and sea travel only, not valid for air travel. . FAST/Expres card , available only to commercial truck drivers.
LOL, ofcourse not
yes ofcource Yes, you also need to fill out an ESTA form or get a Visa.
In Barack Obama
I'm sure he already had a passport when he was elected.
Out of the country if flying you only need proper ID for domestic but out of country (Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico) you need passport.
no, you arentleaving the country.