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2011-11-16 03:40:52
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The US Department of State issues US passports!

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The U.S. Department of State issues all U.S. passports.

US passports are for US citizens. Citizens of Mexico have Mexican passports.

The U.S. State Department.

Passports are not required for travel inside the US. Anyway, non-citizens, legal or not, are not eligible for US passports.

Takes care of money for the state. Makes appointments for the president. Administers the departments of the president. grants and issues passports to us American citizens. Has a lot of fun.

No. The law varies depending on the situation.

Hawaii is a US state. Americans do not need passports to fly from one US state to another. Citizens from other countries will need passports.

No. Citizens of the USA are not allowed to maintain another citizenship. New citizens of the USA have to give up their previous passports.

No. The US Department of State, which issues US passports, does not accept municipal IDs.

Many American citizens and their dependents hold US passports. WikiAnswers cannot provide information on private individuals who have US passports, unless the specific question is asked about a celebrity or political figure.

NATURALIZED CITIZENS ARE LEGAL UNLIKE NON CITIZENS UNLESS THEY ARE TOURISTS AND HAVE PASSPORTS

They are US nationals meaning they can hold a US passport; but they are not US citizens which means there are certain limitations for them (e.g. taking high positio federal level jobs or vote in presidential elections)

U.S. Department of State. :3

would depend on which country you are in. In the United States, passports are issued by the Department of State.

Sure they can. The US issues at least 3 types of passports. Blue (regular) passports. Red (official business) passports, and Black (diplomatic) passports. DoD civilians often choose to travel overseas on their personal blue passport, because they wouldn't necessarily want folks to know they are a Government Official.

US Citizens are now required to have passports (or equivalent documents) when entering the US as a means of confirming that they are, indeed, US citizens. If you tried to enter without a passport you would likely be detained while your status was determined.

No. Since St. Thomas is part of the US Virgin Islands, and thus is a US territory, US citizens do not need passports to visit.

The jobs of the secretary of state is to grant passports to American citizens. It is also to grant passports to foreign people too.

The county or city in which the person is born.

Yes. The State of Palestine, which is currently based out of Ramallah with a symbolic capital at Abu Dis (the closest West Bank suburb to East Jerusalem), issues passports to Palestinian citizens.

They are the normal passports issued to regular citizens.

List of visa exemption agreements between Vietnam and foreign countriesList of visa exemption agreementsbetween Vietnam and foreign countries(31 December, 2006)OrderCountryDate of entry into forceCategories of passports covered1Argentina13/11/1999Diplomatic Passports, Official passports2Albania1/10/1956Diplomatic Passports, Official passports, Group Passports for official mission3Algeria02/01/1995Diplomatic Passports, Official passports4Afghanistan26/2/1988Diplomatic Passports, Official passports5Bangladesh10/7/1999Diplomatic Passports, Official passports for Vietnamese citizensDiplomatic Passports, International Passports with "official" seal for Bangladesh citizens6Belarus24/11/1993Diplomatic Passports, Official passports7Brazil12/2/2005Diplomatic passports8Brunei1/11/1997Diplomatic Passports, Official passports9Bulgaria1/6/1966Diplomatic Passports, Official passports; Group Passports or Ordinary Passports for official mission10Cambodia30/11/1979Diplomatic and Official passports; Diplomatic and Official Lassez-passezs11Chile25/6/2005Diplomatic Passports, Official passports12China15/3/1992Diplomatic Passports, Official passports, Ordinary Passports for official mission13CubaCurrently in forceDiplomatic Passports, Official passports, Ordinary Passports for official mission, Seamanร‚โ€™s Passports for Vietnamese citizensDiplomatic Passports, Official passports, Service Passports or Maritime Passports for Cuban citizens14Czech13/2/2000Diplomatic passports, Official passports15France1/7/2005Diplomatic passports16Hungary1/8/1993Diplomatic Passports, Official passports17India23/3/1995Diplomatic Passports, Official passports18Indonesia19/9/19984/12/2003Diplomatic Passports, Official passportsOrdinary Passports with valid periods of at least 6 months19Iran1/6/1994Diplomatic passports20Iraq1/12/2001Diplomatic Passports, Official passports21Japan1/5/2005Diplomatic passports, Official passports22KyrgyzstanCurrently in forceDiplomatic passports, Official passports, Ordinary Passports for official mission23Laos17/7/197705/3/2004Diplomatic Passports, Official passports, Ordinary Passports for official mission,Ordinary Passports with valid periods of at least 6 months24Malaysia25/11/2001Diplomatic passports, Official passports, Ordinary Passports25Mexico4/2/2002Diplomatic passports, Official passports26Moldova23/5/2003Diplomatic passports, Official passports27Mongolia6/2/2000Diplomatic passports, Official passports28Montenegro1/9/2000Diplomatic passports, Official passports, Special passports29Morocco19/12/2004Diplomatic passports, Official passports, Special passports30Myanmar11/8/1998Diplomatic passports, Official passports31NicaraguaCurrently in forceDiplomatic passports, Official or Service passports32Panama4/11/2002Diplomatic passports, Official passports for Vietnamese citizensDiplomatic passports, Official passports, Specical Passports, Consular passports33Democratic People's Republic of Korea01/10/195601/4/1966Diplomatic Passports, Official passports; Group Passports for official missionOrdinary Passports for official mission34Peru2/6/2006Diplomatic passports, Official passports for Vietnamese citizensDiplomatic passports, Special passports for Peruvian citizens35Philippine19/02/199716/2/19991/4/2000Diplomatic passportsOfficial Passports, Holders of Ordinary Passports having an invitation to join ASEAN activities organized by ASEAN Secretariat or Governmental agenciesOrdinary Passports with valid periods of at least 6 months, together with return air tickets or air tickets for leaving the country36Rumania1/12/1956Diplomatic Passports, Official passports; Group Passports or Ordinary Passports for official mission37Russia20/2/1994Diplomatic passports, Official passports38Serbia1/9/2000Diplomatic passports, Official passports39Singapore10/5/199701/12/2003Diplomatic Passports, Official passportsOrdinary Passports with valid periods of at least 6 months, together with return air tickets or air tickets for leaving the country40Slovakia10/8/1992Diplomatic Passports, Official passports41Republic of Korea13/1/1999Diplomatic Passports, Official passports42Sri Lanka19/9/2003Diplomatic passports, Official passports43Thailand10/5/19979/7/2000Diplomatic Passports, Official passportsOrdinary Passports44Turkey1/10/1998Diplomatic Passports45Ukraine6/12/1993Diplomatic Passports, Official passports46Venezuela17/11/2006Diplomatic Passports, Official passports

Passports are asked for in all cases when traveling from Canada to the US, both at the vehicle border crossings and at the airports. However, technically the law requiring a person to have a passport is not in place because US Congress has not mandated it for US citizens visiting Canada. But it is best to have a passport when entering the USA. It makes entry a lot smoother.

No, US citizens don't passports for domestic flights. Minors don't even need ID.


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