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When traveling outside of the United States, US citizens must be in possession of a passport valid for at least six months beyond their return to the US. Passports issued for adults are valid for ten years (five years for children). For more information, visit travel.state.gov or call the National Passport Center toll free at (888) 874-7793.
Staying healthy is a top priority for enjoying your international travels. This means ensuring you have up-to-date vaccinations and know-how to remain healthy while seeing the world. The Center for Disease Control is a go-to source for travel health.
The State Department issues travel warnings recommending Americans avoid, or consider the risk of, travel to a country when conditions make it dangerous or unstable, or when the U.S. Government’s ability to assist American citizens is constrained. For more information, visit the State Department’s website.
AwardWallet keeps track of your reward programs such as frequent flyer miles, hotel and credit card points. You can join for free, add your rewards programs and let AwardWallet track and monitor your rewards and itineraries. You will even receive notifications when your balances change and before points expire.
A number of travelers require traveling with prescription medications. Some drugs may be outlawed by certain countries. Travelers can check the International Narcotics Control Board regarding country regulations governing various drugs. Not all countries have made this information available. If the country you are visiting isn’t indicated, we recommend checking the Embassy or Consulate to inquire if that have that information.