Do I need to have a notarized form stating why why names is
This may sound like a stupid question, but here goes anyway.
In 2000, I flew to Cozumel, Mexico out of Austin, Texas, and could not board the plane until I got a notarized form staing why my name on DL (Married Name) was different from BC (Maiden Name). Of course, they had personnel just for that in the airport....I have since lost that form and was wondering if I need to have one made up for the cruise.
Any info regarding this would be greatly appreciated....Thanks
Re: Do I need to have a notarized form stating why why names
When is your cruise? I'd suggest if you have some time to just apply for a passport. I just read that you are now required to have one in order to go to Barbados, just started on the 12th of this month. I would assume that others will follow and require them as well. Actually its the best identification you can have:
Re: Re: Do I need to have a notarized form stating why why n
Carnival Celebration on March 13, 2004. I have been told by others in my office that have cruised that you don't need this type of form. I guess it only applies if you fly. Or perhaps it has changed since 2000.
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No married woman's birth certificate matches her driver's license etc. I have never had to show marriage certificate ever even before getting my passport, but some people do take a marriage certificate just in case.
However you should get a passport and if your cruise stops in Barbados, you didn't say where it goes, you will in fact need a passport to board as of March 1 and Aruba will shortly also require one.