Archive for the ‘U.S. Passports’ Category

What You Need to Know About a US Passport Card?

Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado November 5th, 2012

Citizens of the United States, who look forward to travel to and return from the Caribbean, Mexico, Canada and Bermuda, may obtain US passport cards. US citizens may not use passport cards to travel by air and US passport cards may be used only to travel by sea or land. This card is small and […]



 

How Do I Renew My Expired US Passport?

Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado November 2nd, 2012

Native Americans and people who obtain US citizenship through naturalization are both eligible for US passports. If you are a US citizen above age 16, you will be issued a US passport valid for ten years and children below age 16, will be granted US passports valid for five years. You will have to renew […]



 

What You Need to Know About a US Passport ?

Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado October 25th, 2012

United States passports are granted only to the citizens of the United States, by the US Department of State. A US citizen who seeks to travel abroad must hold a valid US passport and this US passport is also an international identification document. Applying for a US Passport If you are a native US citizen […]



 

Frequently Asked Questions About the US Passport

Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado August 6th, 2012

What is a US Passport? A US passport is an international photo identity travel document which is granted to US citizens and non-US citizens who have become citizens of the United States through naturalization. A US passport holder is allowed to travel outside the United States and will also be protected by the US government […]



 

Benefits of Having a US Passport

Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado July 16th, 2012

The US passport is considered to be a valuable legal document. A US citizen is issued a US passport by the US Department of State. A passport is generally considered as a photo identity document. A US passport is an identity document which contains your name, photograph, date of birth and other information about you, […]



 

Getting a US Passport

Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 14th, 2011

A passport, an internationally recognized travel document, verifies the identity and nationality of the person holding it. A valid US passport is needed to enter and leave most foreign countries. The US Department of State is the sole authority that grants, issues, or verifies US passports. If you are 16 years old or older when […]