Southerngirl81 Posted October 10, 2013 #1 Share Posted October 10, 2013 Hi all, I booked a cruise to take my parents on a 7 days cruise to Mexico, Jamaica and Cayman Islands with Carnival. They are not US citizen but are lawful permanent resident with green cards. Their home country is Vietnam and their passports expired about 8 years ago which they didn't renew. I have been reading online and I am still not quite sure what documents they will need for the trip. According to getyouhome.gov, it appears that they only need their green cards and US driver licenses; however, other governments websites mentioned about their home country passports which they don't have. I tried to call all 3 consulates but didn't get through (got to love how government operates). Anyone here is a lawful permanent resident and traveled to those countries recently by cruise ship? What documents did you bring with you and did you experience any issues? Is a green card and driver license all the need? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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