Starting June 1, travelers planning to visit Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean and other foreign nations need to have their passports or expect delays at border crossings. "As soon as the word 'Mexico' comes out of a client's mouth, the first thing we ask is, 'Do you have a passport?' " said Hope Wallace, owner of ADA Travel and vice president of ASTA. "Some people have figured it out, but some are totally clueless." Wallace said that earlier this year travel to Mexico made up 40% of her business, but it has recently dropped to less than 10%.
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