Getting a U. S. passport (or replacing or renewing an old one) is a travel essential for any age traveler, since a U.S. citizen’s birth certificate will no longer suffice to cross borders. It’s a great souvenir of your family travels, too.
So whether your family has planned an exotic getaway, or has a new baby on board, whether your passport’s about to expire or just needs more pages; don’t wait to acquire or renew your U.S. passport. Believe us, you can get one more easily if you plan ahead, or more expensively if you’re running late. And if you only have a minimum of 24 hours’ lead time, it can still happen before your trip.
Here are some of our tips and resources from the U.S. Passports and International Travel office to make the whole process easier for you.
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