Did you know, that the U.S. Department of State recommends your passport have at least six months of validity beyond your actual travel date? This is to avoid expensive and lengthy travel disruptions. So while your passport may be valid, you might not be able to board your international flight.
The normal rule is three months from your actual travel date for most countries. Three months is generally the longest amount of time you can stay in a foreign country without any sort of visa. Now some countries are expanding that requirement to six months. It is best to have it past 6 months just to be on the safe side.
Our clients currently get automatic updates on when they need to renew their passport. Just another reason to book through with a travel advisor. You will never be left in a pinch! If you have any other questions don’t be afraid to reach out to one of our travel advisors. That is what we are here for! (337) 981-7870 / email@example.com