Refer to the details below to determine if an advisory may affect your vacation plans.

US and Canada – Passport Requirement Update
As of Monday, October 1, U.
S. airline passengers once again need to carry a valid passport when traveling to the above destinations in addition to all other international destinations.

Secure documents acceptable for international travel include only the following:

• Passport
• U.S. resident card
• Refugee / Stateless travel document
• Re-Entry permit
• Military ID with movement orders
• NEXUS card
• U.S. Merchant Mariner Card
• Emergency travel document issued by a Consulate
• Deportation letter (Single Journey Letter)

Any traveler who does not hold a secure document will not be boarded for travel, regardless of their citizenship, age, or destination, even if the customer is traveling on a one-way ticket.

Birth certificates, citizenship certificates/cards, driver’s licenses, naturalization certificates, national ID cards, “matrícula consulares”, and “cedulas” are not secure documents and therefore never valid for travel to or from the United States.

For more information on obtaining passports and visas for international travel, visit the U.S. Department of State Web site at