Posted April 14th, 2004, 06:58 AM
Princess and US Customs have tried to make this process as painless as possible. We did have a strange occurance in March. My husband who had been traveling on his current Passport for the last three years had never bothered to sign it. Go figure, he's a man and subject to overlooking details. Anyway the agent who looked at it, simply remarked 'this is not valid without a signature' and then waved him through. Needless to say when we went back to the cabin to put them in the safe I made him take time to sign it first. But I still wondered why it took three years for an agent to look at it carefully enough to notice that the signature was missing. Less than a warm fuzzy feeling!
Crown '93,Star '94, Regal '95,
Sun '96, Crown '97, Dawn '98,
Dawn '99, Sun 2000, Dawn '01,
Grand '02, Coral '03,Star 6/28/03, Sun 3/10/04, Star 02/27/05
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