I am hoping someone can shed some light on this.
I renewed my Passport last year (it expired in 3/2010) and instead of receiving a new passport I received a Passport Card along with my old passport which I used when we cruised in November to the Caribbean.
Here is what the US government states the Passport Card is good for:
<<Valid when entering the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda at land border crossings or sea ports-of-entry. Not valid for international travel by air.>>
So if I am reading this correctly, my Passport card *should* work fine for Jamaica, correct? I am reading it as saying our US government says it is "NOT valid for air or sea travel OTHER than Canada, Mexico, Caribbean or Bermuda". So if I wanted to go fly to Paris I would need my "regular" passport, but because Jamaica is Caribbean, I should be fine with the PP Card?
Thanks in advance for any input. I am getting conflicting info from the airline, the government and my travel agent and I don't want any surprises at the airport.
Anyone use their valid Passport Card while traveling to/from Jamaica?