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I’m a U.S. Citizen. Where in the World Can I Travel to Right Now?
By K. a
I’m a U.S. citizen, but I was born in Costa Rica. I spend most of my time between the UK and South America. Which countries are within U.S. territories?
– K. a
I think most countries are in the Caribbean and Central America, but of course the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico is another option. There aren’t very many options within U.S. territory, but in the Caribbean, Jamaica, Curacao, and Aruba all fall within the U.S. territory. Then, inside of the United States you’ve got Mexican, Puerto Rican, United States Territories, Virgin Islands, and American Samoa.
You can also call more than one country, and if you’re connected to a foreigner or a carrier with multiple country options, which one should you select? Perhaps Tsa one?
Most U.S. visitors do not need to make it difficult for themselves to travel in other countries. A visa is not required for a U.S. citizen to enter many parts of the Caribbean and Central America. While one can get a visa for Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Nicaragua, Costa Rica is a popular tourist destination, and so is El Salvador.
The most common places where citizens of other countries need to enter the U.S. are Mexico, Canada, Central America, and the Caribbean. If you’d like to cross into a different country, one of the most common destinations are Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.
Please point me to the places that I should go and as I wait to receive an answer, we’ll keep you posted.