Is a passport required if you have a green card?

Answer A "green card" indicates that you are a lawful permanent resident of the United States, although considered a non-citizen. According to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), if you present you... Read More »

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How to Get a Passport in the US When You Have a Green Card?

A valid U.S. passport is required when traveling internationally. U.S. citizens can apply for a passport book or a passport card. A passport book is valid for international travel by land, air or s... Read More »

What is required for a passport card?

A passport card is different than a passport. The passport card is a driver license sized card, that allows the bearer to enter the United States through ports of entry in Canada, Mexico, the Carib... Read More »

How to Get a Canadian Passport Visa With a Green Card?

U.S. green card holders do not need a visa in order to enter Canada as a tourist or for a short stay, even if they are a citizen of a non-visa-exempt country. All that is required to enter Canada i... Read More »

Do green card holders require a machine readable passport for U.S. entry?

The United States does not require lawful permanent residents, also known as green card holders, to have a passport for travel within the Western hemisphere. Instead, a green card holder must prese... Read More »