Visas / Passports / Health
A travel visa is required to enter many countries. If you are a US passport holder, please visit the US State Department travel website to see if a visa is required for your upcoming trip. If you hold a passport for any country other than the US visa requirements can be found here.
A passport is required for ALL international travel. Even if you are traveling from the US to Canada, the Caribbean, or Mexico. You must have a valid passport to board an international flight and enter another country. In general, your passport must be valid for at least six months after the date you plan to enter a foreign country.
UNITED STATES CITIZENS
Visit the US State Department website if you need a new passport, or your passport will expire in the next 6 months. There you will find information on obtaining first time passports, passport renewals, secondary passports, and extra blank pages for existing passports. You can also visit the United States Postal Service to find the closest post office that provides passport services.
Non United States CitizensRE-ENTERING THE UNITED STATES
Please check which travel documents you will need to re-enter the US. Select "United States" in the Destination country box. This database is provided and managed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). You may wish to double-check foreign entry requirements by contacting your local embassy or consulate.US VISA WAIVER PROGRAM
If you are a national of a US visa waiver country, you may be able to submit an online request for travel authorization via an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA). This program allows visitors from participating countries to get a quick approval for travel to the US for 90 days or less.
ARRIVE HEALTHY, LEAVE HEALTHY
The CDC provides comprehensive health information for specific destinations, required vaccinations, information for travelers with special needs, and timely updates about other health news worldwide.