Can someone without a greencard/us citizenship travel by plane within the US?
I plan to go to texas from cali and back to visit a friend one last time. I have only a philippines passport.
- jamesLv 76 months ago
As long as your passport is up to date yes. The visa stamp is current in it.
- FoofaLv 76 months ago
Sure, people holding student and work visas do this all the time...heck, even illegals and overstayers do it.
- Brother HesekielLv 76 months ago
What do you think how tourists travel within the US?
As long as you have a VALID passport, you can travel. The Green Card is only needed to ENTER the United States from abroad.Source(s): An immigrant from Europe, I live on the American Riviera and work as an attorney in Santa Barbara, California.
- Anonymous6 months ago
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- W.T. DoorLv 76 months ago
TSA only checks identity, not immigration status.
- Lisa ALv 76 months ago
TSA only catches stoners and illegals. They have never caught a terrorist.
- ibu guruLv 76 months ago
With currently valid passport from your country of citizenship, and currently valid visa (e.g. tourist), your I-94 form in your passport, you are free to travel within the US as long as you are legally present. You need to use your passport & visa as your ID to board any aircraft, etc.
- bubbaLv 66 months ago
if you are in the country on a visa you can go most places on national flights , there are no restrictions like other countries
- 6 months ago
You require visa endorsement also in the passport
- Dr. DLv 76 months ago
If you are legally in the US then you are free to travel anywhere you please.