Yes. The Caribbean is not the US.
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You should disclose everything and always tell the truth on all your applications. If you are worried then you should retain an immigration attorney to review your case.
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My colleagues are correct. You must list those three trips. Yo are not the first person to say that they have not travelled out side the U.S. when they have taken cruises to the Caribbean, Mexico, etc. You need to be careful. If the USCIS thinks your answers are untruthful or evasive, they may give your case a closer review, thereby delaying the hoped-for approval.
You should identify your trips to the Caribbean, and you should specifically identify the countries you visited on the three trips, even if each was just for part of a day. Fortunately, since those were your only trips outside the U.S., they should not interfere with your eligibility for naturalization.
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Yes if they were for more than 24 hours.
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whenever you cross the U.S. border by any means of transport, and you are outside of the U.S. for more than 24 hours, you have to list it on the N-400.
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