Here are the US travel requirements as of 2006.


-Travelers from the US are required to have a valid passport when traveling outside the US. Children traveling with only one parent need to have a notarized letter of consent. You may not be asked for it, but if you are you want it with you. 

-You do not need any vaccinations before entering Jamaica, unless you have traveled to certain countries 6 weeks prior to your trip. ( Haiti, Asia, Africa, Central and South America, Dominican Rep, Trinidad or Tobago) 


Travel Requirements from the US

Air travelers may now carry liquids, gels and aerosols in their carry-on bag when going through security checkpoints. 

With certain exceptions for prescription and over-the-counter medicines, baby formula, breast milk, and juice, and other essential liquids, gels, and aerosols, the following rules apply to all liquids, gels, and aerosols you want to carry through a security checkpoint. 

-All liquids, gels and aerosols must be in three-ounce or smaller containers. Larger containers that are half-full or toothpaste tubes rolled up are not allowed. Each container must be three ounces or smaller. 

-All liquids, gels and aerosols must be placed in a single, quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag. Gallon size bags or bags that are not zip-top such as fold-over sandwich bags are not allowed. Each traveler can use only one, quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag. 

-Each traveler must remove their quart-sized plastic, zip-top bag from their carry-on and place it in a bin or on the conveyor belt for X-ray screening. X-raying separately will allow TSA security officers to more easily examine the declared items. 

Photo of a quart-size baggie, with 3oz liquid bottles.Please keep in mind that these rules were developed after extensive research and understanding of current threats. They are intended to help air travelers bring essential toiletries and other liquids, gels and aerosols for short trips. If you need larger amounts of liquids, gels and aerosols such as toothpaste or shampoo, please place them in your luggage and check them with your airline. 

To ensure the health and welfare of certain air travelers, in the absence of suspicious activity or items, greater than 3 ounces of the following liquids, gels and aerosols are permitted through the security checkpoint in reasonable quantities for the duration of your itinerary (all exceptions must be presented to the security officer in front of the checkpoint): 

* Baby formula, breast milk, and juice if a baby or small child is traveling; 
* All prescription and over-the-counter medications (liquids, gels, and aerosols) including KY jelly, eye drops, and saline solution for medical purposes; 
* Liquids including water, juice, or liquid nutrition or gels for passengers with a disability or medical condition; 
* Life-support and life-sustaining liquids such as bone marrow, blood products, and transplant organs; 
* Items used to augment the body for medical or cosmetic reasons such as mastectomy products, prosthetic breasts, bras or shells containing gels, saline solution, or other liquids; and, 
* Gels or frozen liquids needed to cool disability or medically related items used by persons with disabilities or medical conditions. 

You are allowed reasonable amounts over 3 ounces of the items above in your carry-on baggage, but you will need to perform the following: 

1. Separate these items from the liquids, gels, and aerosols in your quart-size and zip-top bag. 
2. Declare you have the items to one of our Security Officers at the security checkpoint. 
3. Present these items for additional inspection once reaching the X-ray. These items are subject to additional screening. 

We have also taken steps to ensure the security boarding areas after you pass through our security checkpoints. Therefore, any liquid, gel, or aerosol purchased (such as coffee or soda) in the secure area after you process through a security checkpoint is allowed aboard your plane. 

Before you fly, understand everything you can and cannot bring when you travel by air by reading our list of permitted and prohibited items.

TSA: What To Know Before You Go

I will try to keep this pages updated so as to keep you informed of any changes made to the travel rules.