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caribbeanqueen
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February 14, 2010 11:02 pm  

Hello everyone. I have a question. I'm curious to know does someone who was born and raised in the USVI and wants to move to the mainland, need a visa or some kind of travel document?


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Dante
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February 14, 2010 11:13 pm  

Good night Caribbeanqueen,

No, you are a us citizen, a passport is helpful, but not necessary. A photo ID, like a drivers licence,and supporting documentation like a birth certificate (just in case) is all that is needed.

Good luck,
All the best,
Dante


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caribbeanqueen
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February 14, 2010 11:28 pm  

Thanks for the info, Dante.:-) I actually live in Florida, but was just curious.


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Natural
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February 27, 2010 1:27 am  

No u do not Sistah, u r a U.S. Citizen, you u just as free to move around and u have 50 states to do it in, GOOD LUCK!!! What state r u considering, I live in Delaware. I will be relocating to St. Croix in 4mths. I would love to chat. Email if u like Caribbeannatural@gmail.com.

Natural


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