U.S. citizens are not required to have passports to enter Puerto Rico.
Have up-to-date identification documents (ID/birth certificate) on hand.
Non U.S. citizens will need a valid passport that has at least six month expiration window and a visa.
Children ages 15 and under my enter without a passport but with a U.S. birth certificate or proof of citizenship.
Under the Visa Waiver Program, some countries are allowed to enter the United States for a maximum 90 day period. Before arriving, these visitors MUST register through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization in order to help detect threats of terrorism.
U.S. citizens do not have to be cleared by Puerto Rico's customs.
Every visitor 21 years of age are allowed to bring the following items upon entrance:
One U.S. quart of alcohol
200 cigarettes, 50 cigars (NOT from Cuba), OR 3 pounds of smoking tobacco
$100 worth of gifts
When you leave Puerto Rico, U.S. customs require luggage inspection. You are prohibited to bring back fruits, vegetables, plants, and rice. All other purchased goods are usually acceptable.
Unless you arrive from a area with an epidemic, no vaccinations or medical treatment is required upon entrance.