No, you can’t travel back to your country on an expired passport if your passport expires while you’re away.
In fact, if your passport is due to expire before the return flight to your country, you won’t be allowed to enter the country that you’re visiting in the first place.
Can I travel to my home country on an expired passport?
Though you can enter your country with an expired passport, travelling to your country requires the cooperation of airlines, travel companies etc – they don’t have to accommodate you. In fact, most airlines would not offer carriage to someone without a valid passport or travel permit.
What happens if your passport expires while abroad?
Generally speaking, the period you are allowed to stay in a foreign country is shorter than the time you have until your passport expires. Otherwise, you can go through your embassy or consulate, or the embassy that represents your country, to obtain a temporary or emergency travel document.
Can I go back to my country with expired visa?
May I return to the United States if I have an expired visa? Yes, in most cases CBP will allow re-entry to the United States.
Can I travel with expiring passport?
Because of visa time limits, many countries require your passport to be valid for three to six months beyond your departure date. In a nutshell, this means if you travel to those countries and your passport expires in a month, it might not be valid and you may not be able to board a flight.