If you are a U.S. citizen traveling between the United States and its territories, such as the U. S. Virgin Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and others, you are not required to travel with a passport.
Additional information relating to travel to non-U.S. Territories:The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 requires that by January 1, 2008, travelers to and from the Caribbean, Bermuda, Panama, Mexico and Canada have a passport or other secure, accepted document to enter or re-enter the United States. In order to facilitate the implementation of this requirement, the Administration is proposing to complete it in phases following a proposed timeline, which will be published in the Federal Register in the near future.
In the proposed implementation plan, which is subject to a period of initial public comment, the Initiative will be rolled out in phases, providing as much advance notice as possible to the affected public to enable them to meet the terms of the new guidelines. The proposed timeline will be as follows:
December 31, 2006 - Requirement applied to all air and sea travel to or from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda. December 31, 2007 - Requirement extended to all land border crossings as well as air and sea travel.
Travel Between the United States and U.S. Territories
WHTI will not affect travel between the United States and its territories. U.S. citizens traveling directly between the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa will continue to be able to use established forms of identification to board flights and for entry.
Americans don't have to have a passport to go to the United States Virgin Islands. In order to travel to the British Virgin Islands you need a passport.
No, you do not need a passport to travel to the US Virgin Islands. This information is available from the US Virgin Island's official website http://www.usvitourism.vi/
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.
It depends, a US citizen would need a passport to go to anywhere thaqt was not part of the USA or one of its territories (e.g. Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, etc). A passport would probably be required to travel by plane, regardless.
If you are in the United States and flying directing from the continental US to either St. Thomas or St. Croix, or connecting to a flight through Puerto Rico, you will not need a passport. If your travel plans include flying out of the United States and / or its territories to reach the US Virgin Islands, you will need a passport. You will, however, need a form of identification with a photograph - such as a drivers license or passport - to board the plane.
As long as you are traveling directly from Puerto Rico to NY, without stopping in any foreign countries - for example, elsewhere in the Caribbean or in Canada - you do not need a passport to travel. Puerto Rico is a US Commonwealth. Travel to or from Puerto Rico and/or the US Virgin Islands to the US mainland is travel within the United States and passports are not required. You will, however, need a government issued photo ID, such as a drivers license.
No need. Except if you fly there.
You can go to Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, US Samoa, Palau and other Micronesian islands. They are all United States Territories and is like going to a neighboring state.
If you are taking an airplane than yes. Just because Puerto Rico is America's property doesn't mean you don't need a passport to get there.
U.S. citizen's are able to travel to the following locations without a passport: 1. They can travel anywhere inside the U.S. 2. U.S. citizens can travel to any of the US territories and Commonwealth (Guam, the US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, etc) without a passport as long as the flights do not land in any foreign country.
(in the US) To the US VIrgin Islands, yes. I'm unsure about the British islands. Not all nations will grant entry to convicted felons, with or without, a valid passport.
No you do not need a passport to travel from the us to puerto rico. you do need a visa.
Yes. Any travel that crosses international waters requires a passport.
Provided that travel is direct and does not include going anywhere outside of the United States and its territories, a US citizen or permanent resident does not need a passport to enter Puerto Rico. The same applies when visiting Guam, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Swains Island and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Do you need a passport to travel from the U.S. to Puerto Rico, then Puerto Rico to U.S.?
Puerto Rico is American territory, so no passport is required for Americans.
If you are planning to fly by plane. Although you can get by with a valid government issued photo ID.
From the US, yes. From a country outside the US, you would need a passport.
Yes. There is no passport control from a flight from the mainland US States to Puerto Rico.
You will need a passport.
Yes you may.
Puerto Rico is United States territory. No passport is necessary if you are a US citizen. The same applies to the U.S. Virgin Islands. You still must have valid identification and be taking a direct flight. If you were to change planes in Mexico, for example, a passport would be required. If you are not a US Citizen or Green Card Holder, you would need a passport to enter the US in the first place but to go from Puerto Rico to other parts of the US is domestic travel and a passport is not required. However a passport can be the government-issued photo ID that is required for anyone to to board a commercial airplane.