Passport Rule Delayed

The implementation of the rule requiring citizens of the U.S., Mexico, Canada, and Bermuda to present a passport when entering the U.S. by air has been put off.

First scheduled for Jan. 1, 2007, then rescheduled for January 8 in order to facilitate holiday travel, the start of the new rule has now been delayed because the Department of Homeland Security has yet to post the rule in the Federal Register.

According to the U.S. State Department Web site, the passport requir

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