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2014-10-09 20:46:53
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Alaska is one of the 50 states of the United States of America. If you are a U.S. citizen you would not need a passport as you are traveling within the country... not to Canada.


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You can only travel within the United States or Alaska and Hawaii without a passport.

Only if you're a US resident, then you can use a driver license, if your an adult. Children don't need it. But you really shouldtake them ,just in case.

Residents of Alaska do receive an annual payment just for living in Alaska. It's called the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend. The amount received by each resident in 2010 was $1,281.

No, passport requirements are not for domestic travels. Though passports can be used as a picture ID for boarding the plane.

No. You could at one time, but now you need a passport to re-enter the US.

The drive between Oregon and Alaska entails crossing the international border between Canada and the United States. U.S. citizens do not require a passport to enter Canada, but it is the preferred form of identification. To enter into Canada, U.S. citizens require proof of U.S. citizenship. This can be: a passport, birth certificate, certificate of citizenship or naturalization, U.S. Permanent Resident Card, or a Certificate of Indian Status along with photo identification.

Alaska Permanent Fund was created in 1976.

You cannot receive the Alaska Permanent Fund dividend check if you are not an Alaskan resident.

Alaska is one of the 50 United States. Being a resident doesn't give or restrict the ability to buy a car. I belive you will need a US Passport to drive through Canada through. Its a long drive 2-5 days depending on if you sleep or bring another driver.

As both Maine and Alaska are U.S. States, you do not need a passport to get there.

Anywhere in the U.S.A. including Florida, California. New York, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.

Alaska is a state just like California. You do not need a passport to move from one state to the other. The only reason you would need a passport to get to Alaska is if you were driving, which requires you to go through Canada.

An Alaskan is a native or resident of Alaska.

If you're a US citizen and planning to cruise to Alaska on a cruise that stops in Canada before summer 2008, you do not need a passport. You can also cruise to the Caribbean (except Barbados), Mexico and the Bahamas without a passport.For any of the small ship cruises that sail only in Alaska, you do not need a passport.The Department of Homeland security expects to announce the new date for requiring passports for all travel outside the US later this spring.

yes, if you are an American citizen and have some form of an ID like a driving license.

No,because Alaska is part of the united states.

No, since you have to cross the Canadian border, it is required to have a passport. Or until the new law takes affect a birth certificate and social security card will suffice.

The Permanent Fund Dividend is the anual payout of the dividends of the Permanent Fund. The Permanent Fund is a state-invested fund that receives moneys from the oil companies drilling and doing exploration within the state of Alaska. This allows all the citizens of Alaska to benefit from the oil exploration.

Alaska and Hawaii (which are U.S. states) and the Virgin Islands (which is a U.S. territory) do not require a passport if traveling within the U.S.

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