What Travel Documents Required for Bermuda?
Answer The passport card is usable for land and sea crossings between the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, Bermuda and the Caribbean region. So, if you will be traveling by air, then you will need a current and valid United States passport.
You can apply for a passport card using form DS-11. Therefore, you can only use a passport card for land and sea crossings between the United States and Bermuda, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean region. Hence, using this form will enable you to keep your passport book while your passport card submission is in process. Nonetheless, you will have to apply for a passport card at a local acceptance facility. The following link will provide you with local passport port acceptance facilities in New Jersey.
Passport Card applicant must:
- Bring (2) passport photos
- Proof of identity
- Photocopy of proof of identity
- Proof of citizenship
- Completed, unsigned application form
- Bring $20 fee for passport card
These documents should be presented to the agent at the passport application acceptance facility. You will be sworn in and will have to sign the application in front of the agent.
Secondly, you may apply at the nearest Regional Passport Agency. Before you go, make an appointment using the following phone number, 1-877-487-2778.
You will need to:
- Submit form DS-82.
- Submit (2) passport photos
- Have your current passport with you
There will be a fee of $75 for the passport book and an additional $60 for expediting services. Also, you are able to request a passport card when you renew your passport book. The passport card has a fee of $20. Below is a link to your nearest regional passport agency.