Posted on Jul 17, 2021
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She also has her Dependent ID Card and she is command sponsored.
Posted in these groups: Guam GuamAe5debb6 TravelAc02dfeb Command Sponsorship
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CPT Lawrence Cable
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She shouldn't need a passport to fly to Guam from any US Airport as long as it is direct. However, if she has a passport, she would be covered if one was needed.
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SSgt Christophe Murphy
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Don't over think it. A "no fee passport" isn't a special passport or a passport category to itself. It's just a program used to produce passports to folks at no cost due to special circumstances such as Federal employment. There are three types of passport. Tourist (blue), official (dark red/brown), and Diplomatic (black). If she already has a tourist passport there isn't a reason to get another tourist passport.
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MAJ Ronnie Reams
MAJ Ronnie Reams
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Why would she need a passport to travel to Guam, a part of the US?
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CAPT Kevin B.
CAPT Kevin B.
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It's a Guam thing. They require a passport. They do accept ID with birth certificate, but it's more of a hassle.
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SSgt Christophe Murphy
SSgt Christophe Murphy
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MAJ Ronnie Reams You don’t need one for Guam but it does make things easier. Especially if the outbound flight gets redirected and they land elsewhere She already has a passport it seems so there is nothing to worry about.
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COL David Turk
COL David Turk
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MAJ Ronnie Reams - or while there, decides she’d like to travel outside of the country (e.g., Japan).
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SFC Retention Operations Nco
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If your spouse needs a no fee passport it will be written in your orders that specifically list her name, granting command sponsorship. For instance, Italy will state you need a no-fee passport and a Visa, Germany and Japan, just a no fee passport
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MAJ Ronnie Reams
MAJ Ronnie Reams
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I should think that SOFAs determine that sort of thing.
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SFC Retention Operations Nco
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MAJ Ronnie Reams that's exactly right
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