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In January 2011, the State Department made further improvements to its new policy.
Here's what else you can expect to happen in the world of American passports over the coming months and years. passport to enter back into the United States from any foreign country, so make sure you keep it with you (or locked up) at all times while you're traveling.
Major changes to passports were put in place in 2007, resulting in a surge of passport applications that year. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and North Mariana Islands -- are not foreign countries and therefore do not require you to have a passport. From 2018, depending on which state you are departing from, you may be required to show a passport to fly domestically, due to the REAL ID Act.
AS of late 2017, you'll want to bring your passport for every foreign country you intend to visit, including Canada and Mexico. If that's the case, you'll need to get a note from your doctor and submit that with your passport application.
In the last 12 months, the State Department has begun refusing thousands of passport applications due to the poor quality of passport photos, so do make sure that yours abide by all of the rules in order to be approved on the first try.