passport??

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  1. RennieFam

    RennieFam Earning My Ears

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    I don't have a passport. I have my original Birth Certificate and ID. I also have a copy of my marriage certificate. Has anyone out there gotten on the ship with the same documents I have? I really don't want to get a passport right now if I don't have to.
    Thanks.
     
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  3. Miss Eeyore

    Miss Eeyore <font color=red>DIS Veteran<br><font color=green>D

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    With BOTH an original birth certificate and picture ID you should be fine. On our first few trips this is how we traveled, but later, in an attempt to cut down on airport inspections, etc, we got passports. But we have seen plenty of people with the BC and ID combo traveling happily.


    Marilee (who is so excited that she is DCL-bound in 8 weeks!:Pinkbounc )
     
  4. Hercules10

    Hercules10 Al Bundy WannaBe

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    A passport is good to have for more then just a cruise. They're good for 10 years and well worth the time and effort. I'm glad I got mine.
     
  5. xABearx

    xABearx <font color=blue>Measure twice, cut once....and wa

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    I agree with the previous posters, what you have will be fine, but, in my opinion, a passport is much easier to carry around with you.....I think we paid $85 and after 10 years the renewal fee is $55 ..... Andy
     
  6. MissDisneyTeach

    MissDisneyTeach Mouseketeer

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    I noticed that RennieFam mentioned a copy of a marriage certificate. Do you need to bring a copy of it?

    Thanks!
     
  7. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

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    You do not need a copy of a marriage certificate. The majority of women on the cruise have a current name other than the one on the birth certificate. Adults need a certified birth certificate and a current photo ID (usually a driver's license.) Children (under 18) need only a birth certificate.
     

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