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There are some things that you may not have to think about when travelling to other countries, such as customs, passports, or permits.
There are some legal requirements that you may need to fill out, or updates on old documents, such as U.S. passports, visas, and exchange controls.
The only requirement that you may encounter is identification of your origin.
A State Department visa can be accompanied by a citizenship certificate if you were born in another country and want a U.S. visa.
If you are travelling to a foreign country, your birth country is generally listed on the visa application and also, as a prerequisite for visas issued in that country, on your passport.
You may not have to worry about this problem if you are traveling as a family, in other words, with children that have a foreign passport with your birthplace as one of the other countries, in this case Australia.
Each country’s passport and visa regulations is unique and varies according to nationality.
If you have questions regarding the validity of your foreign passport and/or visa, you can visit the U.S. embassy or consulate in your destination country. If these haven’t been completed, contact the U.S. State Department’s foreign service officer immediately.
Know about all the financial options that you have available to you, especially if you need to travel with a large group.
This is especially true for airline tickets.