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Posted by John Usher | Sep 11, 2020 | 0 Comments

 Ask John #2

Q: "Should I risk flying to California, being an illegal immigrant could things go wrong easily or should I not worry?"
 
John's Answer: "International travel requires a valid passport and permission to enter another country.
Airplane travel within the U.S. requires certain government-issued identity documents (asked for at TSA checkpoints within airports).
 
The list of acceptable documents include:
(1) valid state issued drivers licenses or state identity cards
(2) green cards
(3) border crossing cards
(4) valid passports issued by a foreign country
(5) USCIS issued work authorization cards
 
Children under 18 are not required to provide proof of identity.
 
Most people should not have a problem furnishing an acceptable document.
 
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John Usher

FLORIDA IMMIGRATION & FRANCHISE ATTORNEY Experience Matters John Usher's interest as a Florida Immigration & Franchise attorney is helping people. He has 30 years of success in business. Attorney John Usher makes sense of the complex immigration laws as they relate to your special situation. Y...

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