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    Week 3 Passports Homelandsecurity Week 3 Passports Homelandsecurity Presentation Transcript

    • Boomer Buzz Travel Talk Series By Dianne Tuttle, CTC
      • Passports
      • Visa’s
      • Homeland Security
    • Passports
    • FAQ- Passports
      • Where do I get a passport application
      • How do I renew my passport
      • My child who is under 18 needs a passport
      • What is the Children's Passport Issuance Alert Program (CPIAP)?
      • What do I do if there is no birth record on file for me?
    • What is the difference between a passport and a visa?
      • A passport is an internationally recognized travel document that verifies the identity and nationality of the bearer. A valid U.S. passport is required to enter and leave most foreign countries.
      • A visa is an endorsement or stamp placed by officials of a foreign country on a U.S. passport that allows the bearer to visit that foreign country. 
    • Visa’s – What are they?
    • Visa Requirements Australia
      • U.S. citizens may travel to Australia on a valid U.S. passport with an Australian visa
      • Electronic Travel Authority (ETA), which replaces a visa and allows a stay of up to three months.
      • The ETA is free of charge
      • American citizens who overstay their ETA or visa, even for short periods, may be subject to detention and removal.
    • Homeland Security
    • The 3-1-1
      • Air travelers may now carry liquids, gels and aerosols in their carry-on bag when going through security checkpoints.
    • 3-1-1
      • 3-1-1 for carry-ons =
      • 3 ounce bottle or less;
      • 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag;
      • 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin.
      • One-quart bag per person limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring.
      • 3 oz. container size is a security measure.
    • Traveler Redress Inquiry Program
      • Is a single point of contact for individuals who have inquiries or seek resolution regarding difficulties they experienced during their travel screening at transportation hubs - like airports and train stations - or crossing U.S. borders.
    • Traveler Redress Inquiry Program
      • If you have been denied or delayed airline boarding
      • If you have been denied or delayed entry into and exit from the U.S. at a port of entry or border checkpoint
      • If you have been continuously referred to additional (secondary) screening
      • You can file a complaint
      • www.dhs.gov
    • Travelers with Disabilities and Medical Conditions
      • Our current policies and procedures focus on ensuring that all passengers, regardless of their personal situations and needs, are treated equally and with the dignity, respect, and courtesy they deserve
      • TSA has established a program for screening of persons with disabilities and their associated equipment, mobility aids, and devices.
    • Thank you!
      • Thank you for attending tonight’s
      • Travel Talk Series
      • You can contact Dianne Tuttle @
      • Academy Travel
      • “In The Creamery”
      • 570 Higuera St. #225
      • San Luis Obispo CA 93401
      • 781-2630