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We're getting married in New York in a few months. Can we go on a Hawaiian Island Cruise and return without issue. Cruise doesn't stop anywhere else. Here's a link to Norwegian Cruise Line's passport info page.

http://www.ncl.com/nclweb/cruiser/cmsPages...ortRequirements


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Since the cruise never leaves the Hawaiian Islands and the information states you don't even need a passport, just photo id, it looks like you should be fine.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I work for Crucon Cruise outlet. I sell cruises all day long and I can tell you that you can definitely go on the Pride of America. The ship is registered in the States and has approximately 75 % American crew. If you have ever been on another cruise do not expect the same level of service on the Pride of America. We Americans do not give the same service as people from other countries.

Feel free to call me at work on Monday morning. 800-493-6609 Ask for Bob. I can give you pricing and some advice.

Bob

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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"The following regulations are currently in effect.

CRUISING - FOR U.S. AND CANADIAN CITIZENS:

Hawaii Cruises

Inter-island Cruising. There's no need for a passport when you sail on any NCL America inter-island cruise. So if your ship never sails beyond the islands of Hawaii, all you need is a government-issued photo I.D. or a valid driver's license with a photo."

"all you need is a government-issued photo I.D. or a valid driver's license with a photo"

What does this mean? What id should my fiance bring with her if she's from the Philippines and we'll be newly married with our K1? We'll be getting married in NY the day before we leave for our honeymoon.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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She will need her passport as her government issued photo id but she won't need to use it as a passport which is as a travel document between countries. You don't need to have a passport - you can use your Driver's License. This is considered domestic travel and a passport is only required for international travel. It can still be used, however, as an identification document domestically.


“...Isn't it splendid to think of all the things there are to find out about? It just makes me feel glad to be alive--it's such an interesting world. It wouldn't be half so interesting if we knew all about everything, would it? There'd be no scope for imagination then, would there?”

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Yay!!!! I'm so excited. Who should I call to confirm if this is correct? The US government? The Cruise line?


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: France
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I'm also going on the Pride of America cruise but not until september. Please let me know if you or your fiancee have any issues with documentation. or any tips/advice for the cruise.


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We're getting married in New York in a few months. Can we go on a Hawaiian Island Cruise and return without issue. Cruise doesn't stop anywhere else. Here's a link to Norwegian Cruise Line's passport info page.

http://www.ncl.com/nclweb/cruiser/cmsPages...ortRequirements

as the ship is not leaving US waters, she can freely go on the cruise. She needs to bring her passport with the visa. Try to get a SSN for her and if your state allows an state ID. I work as a travel agent now and deal a lot with cruise documentations. I would verify with NCL just to make sure and you don't get denied boarding. Also take the cruise protection insurance will help you protect you.


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"The following regulations are currently in effect.

CRUISING - FOR U.S. AND CANADIAN CITIZENS:

Hawaii Cruises

Inter-island Cruising. There's no need for a passport when you sail on any NCL America inter-island cruise. So if your ship never sails beyond the islands of Hawaii, all you need is a government-issued photo I.D. or a valid driver's license with a photo."

"all you need is a government-issued photo I.D. or a valid driver's license with a photo"

What does this mean? What id should my fiance bring with her if she's from the Philippines and we'll be newly married with our K1? We'll be getting married in NY the day before we leave for our honeymoon.

No need for a passport is only for US citizens. Since she is not a passport with the visa is required.

If you don't have that documentation, you'll be denied boarding and there will be no refund, so be aware. I am travel agent and deal with this every day.


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Lifting Conditions

CIS Office : California Service Center

Date Filed : 2009-05-04

NOA Date : 2009-05-21

Online USCIS website: 06-03-2009 ( so am I a May or June filer now.)

Bio. Appt. : 2009-07-24 (walk-in on 07/14/09 and accepted)

*Touch*: 07-15-2009

Card ordered: 2009-08-26

Letter received approved: dated 08-22-2009 :o

*touch* : 2009-08-31

Green card recvd: 2009-09-01

April 2010: Eligible to file for US citizenship

My handmade Jewelry

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Poland
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I work for Crucon Cruise outlet. I sell cruises all day long and I can tell you that you can definitely go on the Pride of America. The ship is registered in the States and has approximately 75 % American crew. If you have ever been on another cruise do not expect the same level of service on the Pride of America. We Americans do not give the same service as people from other countries.

Feel free to call me at work on Monday morning. 800-493-6609 Ask for Bob. I can give you pricing and some advice.

Bob

I have to agree with Bob, I have been on the Pride of America. It is a lovely ship but the service and food is really sub-par. That said the Islands are beautiful and I suspect the honeymoon will be awesome!


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Russia
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Don't worry about Hawaii cruise. We've just got back from Hawaii cruise on Pride of America. My status right now is in between K1 and temporary green card. I didn't have any problems, just shown my russian passport in the airports and cruise check in. Goold luck!

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