You don't need to apply for a passport in order to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands, but it's probably easiest to take yours if you do have one. If not, take your driving license (and/or your birth certificate if you wish) and you'll be all good to go. Do I need a passport to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands? If you are a U.S. citizen a passport is not required, but it still serves as the best identification when traveling. Otherwise, you must be prepared to show evidence of citizenship when departing the islands, such as a raised-seal birth certificate and government-issued photo ID. If you are not a U.S. citizen, then a passport issued by.
Non-U.S. Citizens. If you hold citizenship from any nation other than the United States, you will need to provide a passport to enter the U.S. Virgin Islands and re-enter the United States. Do we need passports to travel to and from the US Virgin Islands by plane? If we do decide to hop to another island in the US Virgin Islands, do we need a passport. What identification do we need, if we do not need a passport? Answer: You do not need a passport to travel by air to the U.S. Virgin Islands. Traveling to a U.S. territory is.
U.S. citizens traveling from the United States or its territories do not need a passport to travel to St. Thomas, one of the U.S. Virgin Islands. It may be a wise idea to carry one anyway, however.