Tuesday, May 31, 2011
What is the passport card? The passport card is a document created by the State Department. The passport card can only be used for entering the United States at land border crossings or sea ports of entry from selected countries. Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Bermuda. The regular passport book is still used for all international travel. A citizen may have both types of ID the passport and the passport card they will have different serial numbers. Both meet the requirements for evidence of identity. The passport card can also be used as identity in most cases for notarization of papers or legal documents.
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