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  • vanderley
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    Thanks for the help, people!

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  • SunDevilUSA
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    You should apply to the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., for a new passport.

    You can download and print the necessary forms from the Embassy's website: http://www.britainusa.com/

    According to the website, there may be a delay in issuing new passports, and they can no longer guarantee a ten-day turnaround.

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  • vanderley
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    Just into Mexico for the day. I was just wondering if the green card was enough on it's own , or does it require the passport to support it. My Texas driver's license is on it's way to me right now, so I'll have that too.

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  • dragonlady
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    Are you going through Canada or Mexico? You can usually cross into Mexico for the day without a passport. Driver's license works.

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  • vanderley
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    Howdy!

    I recently received my conditional Green Card. I'm married to a USC and we're planning to visit her family in South Texas in the near future. However, my passport (UK) expires in July, hence I need to send it off for a new application. My question is, will this be a problem when travelling from South Texas, i.e. via an INS checkpoint? Does the Green card effectively serve as a passport? We'd also like to cross into Mexico for the day; Would I also need a passport for that, or is the green card sufficient? Not a huge problem, I realise, but I'd appreciate some assistance.

    Thanks in advance.

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  • vanderley
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    Passport application

    Howdy!

    I recently received my conditional Green Card. I'm married to a USC and we're planning to visit her family in South Texas in the near future. However, my passport (UK) expires in July, hence I need to send it off for a new application. My question is, will this be a problem when travelling from South Texas, i.e. via an INS checkpoint? Does the Green card effectively serve as a passport? We'd also like to cross into Mexico for the day; Would I also need a passport for that, or is the green card sufficient? Not a huge problem, I realise, but I'd appreciate some assistance.

    Thanks in advance.
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