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Puerto Rico

Discussion in 'Greater Antilles' started by Snoweman, Feb 13, 2019.

  1. Snoweman

    Snoweman Loggerhead Turtle

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    Is there any reason that I would want or need to take my passport with me to Puerto Rico?
     
  2. scubadada

    scubadada Diver Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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  3. wnissen

    wnissen Nassau Grouper

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    Definitely not required, I can vouch for that as of a month ago. You do not go through immigration, all Puerto Rican residents are U.S. citizens. This is not the case for all U.S. territories, e.g. Guam and Micronesia, whose residents are U.S. "nationals" but not citizens.
    This is assuming your state is copacetic with the TSA on the whole Real ID thing, but that would be true of any flight, international or domestic.
     

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