Can you travel from each country inside the US freely? Or would I need my passport to travel through each country?
I'd like to travel through the US.
- sunshine_melLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Within the US, they're states, not separate countries. One visa covers the whole country.
- capitalgentlemanLv 72 months ago
Do you mean state? Yes; you can easily go from one state to another. The USA is one country.
If you're traveling domestically within the US by plane you'd need some form of federally accepted ID (either your Real ID DL or your passport). But if you're traveling by train, bus or car you generally wouldn't need to show any ID as you cross state lines. This is of November 2020 though and many suspect that as the nation grapples with COVID-19 more interstate border enforcement might be suggested.
- 2 months ago
That is what the states are supposed to be like - little countries with a common language, a common currency and common defense against other countries. Like the European Union. That is why we have state laws that differ.
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- SCATTY cLv 62 months ago
Your question makes NO sense. The USA is one country
- StephenWeinsteinLv 72 months ago
There only is one country inside the U.S.; the U.S. is all one country.
- Jeff SLv 72 months ago
Actually I think you meant States. Nope there's no borders between States. Thus no border stations to present your passport. You just need the passport for identification purposes.
- MaxiLv 72 months ago
'Country' presumerably you mean County or states...........the US is one Country
States. The US is one country. Yes, you can travel freely between states.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Ok Borat...shut up