New Passport Rules for Air Travel – Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions
Starting January 23, 2007, all travelers flying to or from the United States must carry a passport, or one of a few alternative documents, as evidence of citizenship and identity. This is a change to the law that previously allowed travel between the United States and Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean with documentation of citizenship other than a passport, such as a birth certificate. Following are answers to some questions about the change. View full article (PDF).