Category Archives: News

Will You Need a Passport to Fly Domestically in 2018?

REAL ID has been in the news lately, but here at PassportInfo.com, we’ve been talking about REAL ID since our site launched in 2015. It’s an important issue for all travelers in the US. The REAL ID Act is the law that sets Federal standards for the issuance of state ID cards like driver’s licenses. Once the act is fully implemented, you won’t be able to get on a plane unless you have the right … Continue reading »

Child Sex Offenders to Have Passports Revoked and Marked

The US State Department announced on Monday, October 30, 2017 that they have begun to enforce passport sanctions against child … Continue reading »

Flying with Electronics: Navigating Airport Security with Your Gadgets

You wouldn’t dream of traveling without your smartphone or trusty tablet, but do you know the latest regulations on flying … Continue reading »

Enhanced Passport Control at European Airports: What You Need to Know

Your dreams of a European vacation probably don’t involve long lines and delays at passport control. But if you are … Continue reading »

Trump’s New Cuba Travel Policy – Will It Impact You?

Once more, Donald Trump has made news that impacts travelers. This past weekend, he gave a speech in Miami’s Little … Continue reading »

Biometrics Update: More Biometrics Technology at the Airport

Biometrics enthusiasts tell us about a world where travelers no longer need to use physical documents like passports, credit cards, … Continue reading »

Trump’s Plan to Privatize Air Traffic Control – What Will it Mean for You?

On Monday, June 5, President Trump announced a plan to privatize air traffic control in the United States. Air traffic … Continue reading »

News Roundup: Laptop Ban, Miami Passport Agency, and More

This month, the laptop ban once again dominates the travel news! In our May roundup of the most important travel … Continue reading »

Miami Passport Agency Closed Due to Flood

On Sunday, April 23, the Miami Passport Agency flooded. Unfortunately, the damage to the building was extensive, and the facility … Continue reading »

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