Passport and Travel Documents

Yes, the passport is valid for travel to the United States.

The fact that it may not be valid for at least six months beyond your date of departure from the United States will not affect your eligibility to travel.

The United States has an agreement with the United Kingdom automatically extending the validity of a passport for six months past the passport’s expiration date. Therefore, your passport need remain valid only for the duration of your stay in the United States.

If you are traveling visa free, and your passport is valid for less than 90 days, you will be admitted only until the date the passport expires.

Yes, five-year passports issued by the U.K. Passport Agency are valid for travel to the United States.

If you are traveling visa free under the Visa Waiver Program, you and your child will require individual passports.

However, if you wish to apply for a visas and the passport is considered valid for travel by the issuing authority, you may submit the passport in support of your application.

Please note that you will be required to complete a visa application and pay MRV application fees for both you and your child.

The requirement that a passport is valid for travel for six months beyond the holder’s stay in the United States is waived for certain nationalities, including British Citizens.

Please visit 9 FAM 403.9 for more information .

If you are traveling visa free under the Visa Waiver Program and your passport is not valid for 90 days, you will be admitted until the date on which the passport expires.

If the travel document states your nationality, if any and is valid for travel to the United States and return to the country of issuance, you may present it in support of a visa application.

The U.S. Customers and Border Protection (CBP) agency recommends having at least one (1) blank page in your passport for the entry stamp.