Discussion in 'US Virgin Islands' started by melalinoCoe, Apr 4, 2011.
The US Virgin Islands are part of the United States so, if youâ€™re going directly from the US to St. Thomas, St. Croix or St. John, you do not need a US passport.
Having said this, if you have a layover in another Caribbean country, you need to check your itinerary carefully and confirm this with your airline, since you may need to show your passport.
If you need a passport in a hurry, there are passport services that can help with your passport application or processing times as low as 24 hours.
If you are a US citizen, no you won't need a passport. But if you're planning to hop to another country's islands, you will need a passport. If you're in the Caribbean, you don't need a full passport for that travel. You can get a passport card, which allows travel to the Caribbean, plus Canada and Mexico. I got one to make it easier to get into Canada, and it's cheaper than a full passport because the regulations are different.
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