For more information on passport or visa rules please visit US Department of State.
What’s new under the US-VISIT program. These procedures add only seconds to the overall processing time. Visit this link to see how this process is completed. US-VISIT
The International Peace Garden does have a waiver on the passport regulations. Visitors are invited to tour the attraction without needing passports and/or approved travel documents. Documentation of birth and residency are required. (certified copy of birth certificate and approved state identification)
When traveling with children, you will want everything to go smoothly. While you can pick up items that you forgot to pack, if you forget vital papers, you may experience delays and increased scrutiny. These travel tips for family in the United States will ensure that you have the documents you need to avoid any difficulty when traveling with children. Click here for a printable Child Travel Consent Form.
More information on approved travel documents and information for special groups can be found online at: www.getyouhome.gov
Once at the port of entry you will find that many of the procedures remain unchanged and are familiar to you. For example, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer still reviews your travel documents, such as a visa and passport. The officer still asks you questions about your stay in the U.S.
New under US-VISIT, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer now uses the inkless, digital fingerscanner to capture two of your fingerscans. You first place your left index finger and then your right index finger on the scanner. The officer also takes your digital photograph. These procedures add only seconds to the overall processing time. If you would like more information on the US-VISIT program, click here.
Driving is a safe and wonderful way to get the most out of your trip to North Dakota. For up-to-date roadway information, go to www.dot.nd.gov/travel-info