The Right to Travel
Print this article
Font Size
View ArticleView Article Comments
Under the Constitution, U.S. citizens are afforded a certain number of fundamental rights, including the right to privacy, the right to vote, and the right to travel. In this article, we’ll explore the fundamental right to journey across state lines, as well as the fundamental right to be treated equally after moving from one state to another. We’ll also determine whether or not you have a fundamental right to international travel.

Next, we’ll look at the Privileges and Immunities Clause, as well as the case law that interpreted the Clause.

Related Legal Words