Helpful Travel Resources
COVID ENTRY RESTRICTIONS
Passports are required when traveling outside of the United States, and certain countries require additional information, or visas. This website will help you navigate passports registrations/renewals and visas required for certain destinations. Please note: most countries require that your passport be valid for six months at your time of travel.
PASSPORT & VISA
TSA and Homeland Security have been working on standardizing ID requirements for domestic travel. Since all states have different forms of ID, it created a lot of disparities among those traveling domestically. Effective May 3, 2023, passengers traveling domestically will need to provide a passport if they have a license from a state that is not REAL ID compliant. For more information and to see where you stand, visit this website:
TSA PreCheck & Global Entry
If you are interested in acquire TSA Pre✔️ or Global Entry, please visit the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website to see which one would be a good fit for you. Both are good for 5 years and there is only a $15 difference in price. but Global Entry also includes TSA Pre✔️. But there are some different requirements to obtain either.
TSA Pre✔️ & Global Entry
Why Purchase Travel Insurance:
So you don't lose all your money if you have to cancel your trip.
Because accidents can — and do — happen
Your health insurance probably won’t work overseas
Medical evacuations can be really expensive
Because only 80 percent of U.S. flights arrive on time
A missing bag can ruin your trip
Damaged destinations: Reimbursement for cancellations due natural disasters or warfare
Your job gets in the way
Keeping your trip covered in case of a medical emergency, death, or other need for cancellation/interruption is always a good idea. If this is of interest to you, please let me know and I can send out quotes for coverage.