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No Passport Needed for Americans To Visit These Countries

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Puerto Rico

Known as “the island of enchantment,” the tiny island of Puerto Rico sits approximately 1,000 miles from Florida.

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Guam

Situated in the North Pacific Ocean, Americans visiting Guam can do so freely without a passport.

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St. John

St. John Island, one of the many US Virgin Islands, is ideal for couples seeking a romantic vacation.

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St. Croix

St. Croix is one of the most populated US Virgin Islands and doesn’t require a passport for Americans to visit.

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Northern Mariana Islands

Travelers who visit the Northern Mariana Islands can comfortably put their passports away, given its US territory status.

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American Samoa

Calling all ecotourism lovers! American Samoa is a U.S. territory in the South Pacific. It encompasses seven eye-candy islands and atolls.

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56% of US people have passports. Evangelical and Native American areas are less likely to have passports than cities suburbs and big towns.

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