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What do you need to travel inside the us by airplane?
Just a plane ticket!
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Not if you are a US Citizen.
You need a passport to cross from America to Canada. While inside Canada, you don't need your passport, except for ID purposes.
No. There are no checkpoints as there are between countries so there is no way for the government to regulate that. It is perfectly legal for grandparents to travel in the US …with their grandchildren without any documentation. Really no one need any documentation to travel with anyone inside the country. If you want to go to Canada, a notiraized letter that has the signatures of both parents is required.
No Passport Needed No, you don't need a passport to travel in the U.S.
No, you do not need a passport. You do need a valid ID though. Any state issued ID is good with a photo, like a drivers liscense.
US passport holders traveling as tourists will receive a Visa-On-Arrival from UK immigration during the arrival procedures. Passport must be valid for the duration of you…r stay and you must prove when you plan to leave (examples: return air ticket, another ticket for onward travel to another country). For non-US passports: Either check with the UK embassy or reask your question AND specify your home-country.
The first airplane was used for travel in the year 1921
It depends where you're traveling from. The Pacific Ocean borders the western United States and the Atlantic Ocean borders the eastern United States. Alaska is bordere…d on the south by the Pacific Ocean, on the north by the Arctic Ocean and the Bering Sea and Chukchi Sea to the west. Florida is bordered on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and the west by the Gulf of Mexico.
I wonder why most people wont mention these facts because it doesnt affect them due to their Citizenship , Basic Travel Allowances do really exist . Yes , you need it . depe…nding on Citizenship , though its an unknown fact to almost 50 % of the public , its always revealed at the last minutes . Try consulting any immigration officer you meet at your port of entry for the specific amount needed to be with you
An American citizen does not need a passport to travel within the United States.
Whether or not an illegal in the country can travel within the US on an airplane is up for debate. I have one very good friend who is illegal, he snuck into the US six o…r seven years ago, and he does it about once a year to go to Florida, or California on vacation with friends. He has never had a problem, they ask for identification upon check in and he shows his passport with his name, nothing else. Others refuse to try it for fear of being caught. I think it is a personal choice, and you need to decide if you are willing to take the risk or not. if you have not been here that long, and maybe you could come back, it might be worth the risk. If you have been here for 10 years, are about to get married to an American, that may be another story.
In Green Cards
sometimes, not always, usually not.
not if the 15 year old is travelling within the USA, but as soon as he or she leaves the USA for Mexico, Canada or any part of the world Yes, then a passport is vital some cou…ntries will also require a visa before you enter.
In Green Cards
Its mandatory for all 18 years and above to carry green card every where. Failing to do so you would be fined not exceeding 100 dollars and/or imprisoned not more than 30 days… for each offense. The federal government can only impose these penalties.