Travel Documents

International Travel - Passport and Visa Information:
  • Confirm each passenger’s passport validity and possible visa requirements prior to departure.
  • Passports must be valid for a minimum of six (6) months beyond return date back into the U.S.
  • It is recommended to have at least three (3) blank passport pages prior to departure.
  • Please note that the State Department no longer offers additional pages for passports.
  • Make two photocopies of all your travel documents in case of emergency.
  • Click here for specific visa/passport information by country.
Domestic Travel - I.D. Information:
  • A government issued photo I.D. is required; driver’s license, military I.D. or valid passport.
  • Click here to visit U.S. Department of State - Traveler’s Checklist.
  • Click here to enroll in S.T.E.P. - Smart Traveler Enrollment Program.
  • For U.S. Citizens - Passport and International Travel information, Click here.
  • For U.S. Citizens - Visa information and more, Click here.
  • For Non-U.S. Citizens - Please check with the appropriate consulate pertaining to your specific travels.
  • For Visa Services, Click here.

Travel Vaccinations / Health Precautions

  • Investigate recommended vaccinations and health precautions and discuss with your physician.
  • Click here to visit U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Consider purchasing supplemental health insurance if your health plan does not cover you overseas. Click here.

Travel/Health Insurance

  • All-Travel always recommends that travelers purchase travel and medical insurance. Please contact your All-Travel Consultant to assist you.

Travel Currency

  • All-Travel always recommends that travelers notify their banks and credit card companies of dates and travel plans prior to departure. Click here for information about using cash, debit/credit cards, ATMs abroad.