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Click the "Vaccination Station" button to access a listing of country requirements regarding vaccines that may be needed.
You can also find updated information from the CDC Notices link.
You can also find more information from the State Department link
Click the "Visa Approved" button to access a listing of country requirements regarding visas.
Click on the "Passport To The World" button for passport or birth certificate requirement for your destinations.
Passports generally take 4-6 weeks to arrive. Everyone will need a passport if you are traveling outside the United States (including children). You do not need a passport if you are traveling to Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands (St Thomas, St John, and St Croix.) Passports are valid for 10 years for adults and 5 years for children. They are obtained through your county government center.
If you already have a passport, check your passport validity for international trips. Be aware of visa requirements for the countries you are traveling to. It is also a good idea to leave your passport details and copies of your travel documents with family. The expiration date of the passport must be at least six months past the date of trip departure.
If you are traveling with your child (or children) outside the United States and both parents are not present, you will need to have a notarized letter from the absent parent stating consent. The only exceptions are if you are the legal guardian or the absent parent is deceased. In this case bring paperwork to support this.
If you are going on your honeymoon and have not changed your last name yet, you will travel with your maiden name. Your name needs to match your license and/or passport.