Not on a tourist passport. It'll can be considered fraud. A K-1 visa would be the quikest route to go. its a diffrent sitution if he/she is already in the states on another visa.
Yes. They will not ask you how or when you entered the United States.
Basically you really need your passport to travel. Especially when you are a foreign.
No, passports are for international travelAnother answer:If you are a citizen of the United States, you do not need a passport to move freely among all 50 states.If you are a foreign national, it's a good idea while traveling in the US to carry your passport with you, for identification.You must produce it if you are asked for it by a public official.
No they don't need a passport. Adults only need a passport to enter foreign countries. Americans can travel freely between the U. S. states.
You can use the passport from your country of citizenship. A foreign passport is acceptable as identification for many purposes, but do not show your address. Some countries, such as Mexico, issue national ID cards showing the address of one's foreign residence (i.e., "matricula consular"). I believe there are one or two states that will still issue a driver's license to an alien without a green card, but states are beginning to implement the provisions of the RealID Act of 2005 which prohibits that. An alien cannot legally obtain a social security card or a US passport or passport card.
Anyone traveling into the United States including Alaska, Hawaii and any of its territories needs to have a passport unless they are a United States citizen or a national of one of the territories.
While in Mexico, for a Mexican national? You need to get a passport at the closest Foreign Relations Secretariat office (see related links). You will also require a visa or border crossing card for both Canada and the United States. (also see related links)
Contact the nearest branch of the embassy of the country that issued the passport. Or visit the United States Department of State, http://www.state.gov for a list of the contact information for all embassies.
No, any foreign national who has entered the United States illegally is not eligible for permanent residence status regardless of the type of sponsorship. INA Section 212(a)(6)(A), 8 United States Code, Section 1182(a)(6)(A).
To preserve the security of the united states. National Security
United States Passport numbers are alphanumeric and contain between six and nine characters. Foreign passports contain a document number that has between six and 12 characters.
Only if you start or end in a foreign port. Cruises are considered closed circuit journeys and as long as you begin and end in the United States you do not need a passport.
Yes, there is the international law, which the US government can use to sue a foreign national who is not physically present in the United States.
All of the fifty (50) states have entered the union.
formal agreement entered into with the consent of congress, between of among states, of between a state, or between a state and foreign state.
The purpose of the national government of the United States is to protect its citizens. This protection applies to both foreign and domestic threats.
A United States of America passport can be renewed in person at any Passport Acceptance facility or Passport Agency in the United States. If a person is currently outside of the United States of America you will have to apply at the United States consulate found in that country.
No. you do not need a passport.
The National Security Council is responsible for national security and foreign policy. The Secretary of Defense is second only to the president and exercises command and control over the United States' military.
Yes, you now need a passport to enter the United States from the Mexican border in Tijuana. This is due to a new National Security Act that says all Americans must carry a passport when going to Canada, Mexico, or the Bahamas.
No ANSWER: Because both locations are in the United States, you will not be required to have a passport. Travel within the continental United States does not require passport.
If you are a citizen of the United States, you can fly within the United States without a passport. However, a passport is required when entering or exiting the country.
In the United States, you can not submit a first time application for a passport by mail. This has to be done at a Passport Agency. If you are renewing your passport and fulfill other requirements you may submit your passport application by mail to:National Passport Processing CenterPost Office Box 90155Philadelphia, PA 19190-0155For further information about passport applications, check the US Passport web site (see below under "Related Links" for the link.
Currently, an United States Passport can cost up to $100 per person. For more information: [http://travel.state.gov/passport/get/fees/fees_837.html United States Passport Fees]