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U.S. Passport Application

If you are a citizen of the United States you are entitled to a U.S. passport. A passport is both proof of your identity, and of your U.S. citizenship. A U.S. passport is recognized as a travel document all around the world and with it you can enter almost all foreign countries. A passport is required for all international air travel, which means that if you want to fly to another country, you must have a passport. It is important to note, however, that only U.S. citizens can apply for a U.S. passport. Children, including small babies, must have their only personal passports, even if they travel with family. Every year, the U.S. Department of States issues around 7 million U.S. Passports. The application process takes time, so it is a good idea to apply for a passport several weeks before you plan to travel.

U.S. Passport Application Guide:

  • Learn about the U.S. passport application process
  • Where and how can you travel with a U.S. passport
  • Learn how you renew or replace your U.S. passport
  • Learn how to get a passport quicker, for urgent travel situations
  • Learn about filing fees and how to pay the fees
  • Find out where you file a U.S. passport renewal application
  • Special requirements for U.S. passport applicants under the age of 16
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United States Immigration guides are available in hard copy format or as instant downloads (PDF files). There are over 100 different American immigration guides in English, Spanish and Chinese. American Immigration guides cover includes applications for U.S. Visas, Green Cards, Citizenship and Passport.

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