Can you travel to your home country with an expired passport?
The short answer is “no,” at least not if you’re traveling out of the country.
An expired passport is simply not acceptable for international travel.
You can get on a domestic flight without valid identification IF you can convince the TSA that you are who you say you are, and an expired passport might help.
What do I do if my passport has expired?
Make sure that it is undamaged and that it was not issued more than 15 years ago. The expired passport must be submitted with the application in order for a renewal by mail to be valid. Complete Form DS-82. This can be obtained either online through the U.S. Department of State website or from your local post office.
Can you travel with a passport that expires in 2 months?
Yes, you can, if the guards at the border will allow your entry. Stamping you out of a country with less than 6 months on your passport will be no issue at all. It may help your case if you are traveling into a country in which you have a letter stating that you have an appointment to renew your passport.
Is an expired passport valid?
Expired Passport as IDYour expired passport won’t get you across the border, but it can usually be used as an identification document. If, on the other hand, you have lost your passport, you must once again search for government issued photo ID and your certified birth certificate.