Will New Passport Rules Affect Your Cruise?

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Why not get a passport and not have to worry about all these rules. This way you can cruise ANYWHERE!!
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They article incorrectly said: "Passport Cards are Department of Homeland Security-issued limited use passports reduced down to wallet card size,..."

Passport cards are issued by the Department of State, Not DHS.

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Also, it doesn't mention anything about kids. I hope I am correct, but when I checked on the US Passport site, it mentions something about a loophole for 16 years and younger, only needing a Birth Ciertificate. Is this correct?