The Department of Homeland Security plans to relax passport requirements for children who are citizens of the United States and Canada traveling into the U.S. via land and sea. Under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, as of January 1, 2008, people entering the U.S. via land and sea from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, Bermuda, and the Caribbean will be required to present passports or other WHTI-compliant documents. With the latest DHS proposal, American and Canadian ...

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