my question is related to German visa on old passport.Answer
When you get a new passport keep the old passport with the current US Visa with your new passport as the visa is still valid even though the old passport has been cancelled. Then whenever you travel to the US just show both passports to the authorities on arrival in the US.
It should be valid.
Yes. As long as the passport is still valid.
It stops being valid the day it expires
In most countries, especially the USA, even if the passport expires, no problem. You can renew the passport or get a fresh one. The visa must be valid and should not be canceled or mutilated or damaged. Only one passport must be valid. The valid passport and the passport containing the visa - both - should be issued by the same country. Most countries have the same rule as above.
Yes. You still can because techinically your passport is still valid until it expires. However, you would want to renew it as soon as possible. There are countries that want a validity of at least 3 or 6 months in the passport to be able to use it.
You can enter your country of citizenship as long as the passport is valid- even if it has 1 day validity remaining. However, as soon as a passport expires, you cannot board the aircraft using that passport.
as long is the passport is valid u ccan go anywhere, i am not sure what will happen if it expires while u are out of country though
According to the State Department website and the airlines (USAirways) your passport just needs to be valid for your travel dates. As long as you are back before your passport expires, you are OK.
there should be a date that says what day it expires
No, you can only use a valid passport for foreign travel. Some countries require a certain length of time to be left on your passport, for example 6 months, for you to enter
A valid passport, and a valid visa.
At least six months remaining before the passport expires. If you have a UK passport and want to travel to Italy you only need the passport to be valid. YOU DO NOT NEED 3 OR 6 MONTHS REMAINING FROM ANY DATE OUTBOUND OR INBOUND.
Yes, it expires at midight of that date.
Most countries would not let you enter unless the passport remains valid for the length stay. For Mexico, this usually means you can travel up until 6 months before your passport expires; otherwise most airlines will not allow you to board the plane.
Usually when you renew your passport, you send the old one. So if you would like to use the remaining validity of the passport its either you wait it out and send in around 2 or 4 weeks before it expires or you apply for a second passport for special circumstances for US citizens that are frequent flyers.
Your passport expires on the date of expiration and is valid until then. To get a new passport simply apply for a new one. There is an expedited services offered which take about 48 hours start to finish.
As long as the passport is valid he or she can enter the US from whatever country they are returning from. Yes.
Usually countries won't let you in if your passport is valid for less time than your legal stay in that country. i.e: You are going to Poland, where they will give you a 3-month visa at entry. If your passport is only valid for two months they won't let you in (and possibly send you back to where you came from)
Some countries require that you have a passport valid for six months in order to be allowed in. I would recommend you renew the passport before you travel, but if you don't have time for that, check the requirements for the country you are visiting.
You need to be holding a valid passport it seems, however this site should get you policies regarding that passport and perhaps there is a fee for expediting. http://www.ppt.gc.ca/articles/20070815.aspx?lang=eng
how long does your passport have to be valid to travel to america
Yes, until the end of 2009
i dont know also, i have the same question please answer
Yes, the visa is still valid, but you will have to bring both passports (new & the expired one) every time you use visa.
You'll need a valid ID document in order to pass through airport security. Some times, as a foreign visitor your only "valid" ID will be a passport.