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Cute story. Kid is obviously a Fedtard

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Too cute

I wonder where they are going, surely you wouldn't need a passport to go from the Dayton/Cincinnati airports to NYC.

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Bob tweeted "Hamptons bound!" with that pic.... So I guess they're going to The Hamptons?

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Bob tweeted "Hamptons bound!" with that pic.... So I guess they're going to The Hamptons?
Really upper-class area near Long Island, NY so they still wouldn't need them--but maybe they make you show your passport there to keep us commoners out

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Wow, they need a nanny! To hold either the baby or his wife's overload of accessories.
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Really upper-class area near Long Island, NY so they still wouldn't need them--but maybe they make you show your passport there to keep us commoners out
Why don't they need a passport? You probably need some kind of id to get on the plane.
Here in Europe you can also travel without a passport between most of the countries, but to get on a plane you either need an id card or a passport. Some people buy the card and others choose the passport.

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Why don't they need a passport? You probably need some kind of id to get on the plane.
Well, you don't need a passport to travel between states Since they were just flying from Ohio to New York, you can just show your ID to travel, but maybe since Micaela is too little, she just uses a passport as an ID.

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Well, you don't need a passport to travel between states Since they were just flying from Ohio to New York, you can just show your ID to travel, but maybe since Micaela is too little, she just uses a passport as an ID.
So in the USA people automatically have both a passport and an ID?
Cause it sounds the same as traveling between EU members, but here most people don't have both documents. They either choose a passport or an ID card, cause these documents cost quite a lot of money where I live. I chose to buy a passport, so that's my only form of ID. It's not required to travel to Germany for example, but I just don't have anything else.

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So in the USA people automatically have both a passport and an ID?
Cause it sounds the same as traveling between EU members, but here most people don't have both documents. They either choose a passport or an ID card, cause these documents cost quite a lot of money where I live. I chose to buy a passport, so that's my only form of ID. It's not required to travel to Germany for example, but I just don't have anything else.
For domestic flight, the requirement is govt issued ID, so it can be a US driver License, passport, Nexus, or just a State ID if you don't have driver license. Not a lot of ppl has passport, just until recently, you don't even need a passport to cross the border to Canada, which is probably the most often visited foreign county for Americans as you can imagine. But of course it has changed now that a passport is required to go to, and to return.
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For domestic flight, the requirement is govt issued ID, so it can be a US driver License, passport, Nexus, or just a State ID if you don't have driver license. Not a lot of ppl has passport, just until recently, you don't even need a passport to cross the border to Canada, which is probably the most often visited foreign county for Americans as you can imagine. But of course it has changed now that a passport is required to go to, and to return.
I'm guessing Mexico is the most visited foreign country by Americans. It's cheaper, and it's a huge Spring Break destination.
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I'm guessing Mexico is the most visited foreign country by Americans. It's cheaper, and it's a huge Spring Break destination.
Well, whatever, just using Canada to make a point that you don't need passport to past that border not too long ago. No idea if you need passport to go to Mexico or not.
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Well, whatever, just using Canada to make a point that you don't need passport to past that border not too long ago. No idea if you need passport to go to Mexico or not.
You do, I'm fairly certain.

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