arrow_right_alt Before you travel, make sure you passport is valid and will not be expire while you are away. Most of the country will not except your passport if it has expired.
arrow_right_alt Always take good care of your passport. Don't give or handover your passport to anyone. You need that to go and come in every country of the world. Without a passport you will not be able to get in the plane.
arrow_right_alt Keep your passport with you at all times. If you are visiting friends or family, make sure that your passport is in a safe place. If you are in a hotel or shopping around the town, always check on it.
arrow_right_alt Do you have a duplicate copy of your passport? If not, make at least 3 photo copies of your passport. Leave one behind at your permanent address, 2nd copy with you when you traveling but not with the original passport (or keep it with your traveling companion). Incase you lose your passport, you would need the photocopy for your identification. While making photocopy, make sure to copy all the relevant pages of your passport (mainly the page with your photo and profile)
arrow_right_alt If you have a scanner - scan you passport and send it to your own e-mail address. It could be very helpful incase if you lose your passport and photocopy can't be located.
arrow_right_alt If incase, you lost your passport, notify the local police authority and contact your embassy immediately. Do not delay on reporting the lost of your passport. Your travel arrangement might
arrow_right_alt When it comes to traveling abroad, first piece of document you need is a passport. It is the most important document. Following are some of the very you should keep in mind: be delayed due to lost of your passport.
arrow_right_alt If you pulled over or stopped by the law enforcement officers in a foreign country, passport is you first identity along with your international drivers license.
arrow_right_alt If you like to use your credit card for your shopping need, passport can be used as your identification.
arrow_right_alt Make sure you have the proper health/immunization requirements.
arrow_right_alt Carry as much currency in travelers checks as possible.
arrow_right_alt Keep a copy of all documents and credit card information in a safe place.
arrow_right_alt Find out some information about your destination. It is to your advantage to know some basic phrases in the local language, basic facts, places of interest, how to get around etc.
arrow_right_alt Check all your travel documents to make sure that they are in order. Passports should be valid for a few months after your return date.
arrow_right_alt Bring your address and telephone book. Make sure you have jotted down important telephone numbers in case of emergency.
arrow_right_alt Check the weather conditions of your destination.
arrow_right_alt Become very alert when you are pushed around or distracted in a crowd.
arrow_right_alt When staying at a hotel, have your keys ready before you reach your room.
arrow_right_alt Every time you are in your hotel room, you use the double lock at all times.
arrow_right_alt If any of your important travel documents such as passport are lost or stolen, immediately notify the local police. If you know that your country has an embassy in that country, report this to them and they can help you process temporary travel documents. For credit cards make sure you call the issuing bank immediately so that they can stop the card from being used illegally.
Note: As regulations are liable to change at short notice it is advisable to check details with the Embassy.