I believe that you can visit Victoria on an Alaska cruise if you have an original birth certificate and a driver's license. Has anyone done that? Also if we take a minibus trip in Skagway up parallel to White Pass and it goes into Canada, is a birth certificate and perhaps expired passport or driver's license acceptable for coming back down into the U.S.
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