Did you know that some countries require your passport to be valid 6 months after travel? These countries will deny entry if your passport does not meet their validity criteria.
Make sure you know the rules before traveling internationally!
Here are the current "rules" for some of our most common destinations:
Mexico - Passport must be valid at time of entry
Dominican Republic - Passport must be valid at time of entry
Jamaica - Passport must be valid at time of entry & exit
Bahamas - Passport must be valid at time of entry
Tahiti - 3 months
St. Lucia - Passport must have 6 month validity at entry
Grenada - 6 months beyond the date of entry
Costa Rica - Passport must be valid for the length of stay
Turks & Caicos - Passport must be valid for the duration of stay
Please note that validity requirements may change at any time and without notice, which is why we always suggest that your passport be valid at least 6 months after you return.
For more info visit travel.state.gov and traveltips.usatoday.com!