A person entering the country legally must be able to present a valid passport.
This includes a passport that meets the following requirements: Has a photograph.
Has a name.
Has the name and photograph of an authorized person.
Has two photos on the passport.
Has at least one date stamp.
Has an expiration date.
Has all of the information that a U.S. citizen needs to prove their identity and provide proof of residence.
This document must be presented to an immigration officer for verification.
Has proof of identification.
Does not contain any personal identifying information.
Does have a photograph and name on it.
Has valid identification, such as a driver’s license or a passport, and the required passport photo and name.
A person’s passport will expire after 10 years if the person does not renew their passport.
Passports issued after 2018 are valid for 10 years.
A valid U.K. passport expires at the end of 2019.
A U.N. passport is valid for up to 10 years and is the only way to enter the United Kingdom.
A Canadian passport is available until the end