We want to take an cruise to Alaska departing from Seattle and returning to Seattle but only has a drivers lic and work permit.?
- Max HooplaLv 71 year ago
How about that?
- jonniebabyLv 51 year ago
Good for you
- ObamavengerLv 71 year ago
Get a passport card.
- HerfnerdLv 71 year ago
You have to have either a passport or birth certificate (if you are a US Citizen).
Really depends on what you mean by "work permit" - are you a working minor or a foreign national? If its the former, either a passport or certified copy of your Birth Certificate is absolutely needed. If the latter, your passport but you will have other hurdles you may need to address as you will be visiting a (another) foreign nation - Canada
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- 1 year ago
Talk to someone at a travel agency.
- Den B7Lv 71 year ago
Most Inside Passage cruises include a stop in Vancouver, BC, which is a foreign country which means you'll need a passport.
- pmt853Lv 71 year ago
Are you cruising as passengers or as crew? Are you trying to ask what ID you need in order to travel?
- Rona LachatLv 71 year ago
You have a work permit means you also have a passport from YOUR country.
Call the cruise line. They decide what Identification you need.
You have conveniently not stated your Citizenship.
All cruise lines highly recommend you carry a valid passport. Many reasons the cruise-ship may need to divert and stop at a Canadian port along the way.
All foreign flagged cruise ships travelling to Alaska will make stops in both the United States and Canada. ALL Passengers are expected to have a Passport.
US-flagged ship that does not visit Canada or sailing round trip from Seattle or San Francisco only, then technically a passport is not required.
If you do not provide the required documentation at time of embarkation, you will be denied boarding without recourse for refund.
- GypsyfishLv 71 year ago
Talk to the cruise line. Most cruises to Alaska stop in Canada. They can tell you if you'll be able to get off the ship there. Otherwise, you'll be in the US, so the driver's license should be adequate.
- Pearl LLv 71 year ago
i would call the place thats doing the cruise and ask thern about it