Hello everybody, I hope some of you would be able to answer my question. I am a resident alien of the US (I am mexican) and will be sailing in july on the pride. I am holding a valid mexican passport and my green card to board, as well as my social security card. Is checking in easy for non US citizens like me nowadays? Also, I know that there is a different lineto check in for non US citizens people like me, but my husband IS a US citizen, can he check in with me in the non US citizens line? We just want do it together since we are married, he has a passport. Does anyone know if I need visas for the bahamas and saint maarteen? I've been investigating and so far I don't (for being a US resident and a national of Mexico) but it would really help to know your opinions. Thanks a lot!
Edith Acapulco, Mex.
My wife is British and I am US. We sailed the Pride this past April and we both checked in at the non-US resident line. No probs at all. We have been to both places you mentioned and Deb did not need a visa. Have fun.....Pride is a beautiful ship......and a night of dining at Davids was great.
My son's girl traveled with us in March on the Paradise when she was still had her Phillipino citzenzship and US alien status. She checked in with us without a problem. The only difference was at the end of the cruise on the morning of debarkation. She had to report to the Normandie lounge to be processed through customs. Theyship persnonell only allowed the folks with alien status into the room during this time. It was painless. (Ironically, that was the last time she will need to go through this as the following morning she sat for her citizenship test and she also recently took her oath. It was very exciting. ) You will have no problems with your paperwork in order.