Passports – Important Emergency Information

No Passport? No Problem!

POSTED June 22nd 2016 BY Travel Writer
No passport? No problem that is if you are starting your travel from a US location and want to visit a tropical destination that is a US territory. Consider Guam, Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands as your next getaway destination. Besides not needing a passport which can be expensive to get  ($165 per traveler) additional benefits of visiting any of these locations is...
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Important Passport Security Tips

POSTED November 27th 2015 BY kevin4371
How to Keep Your Passport Safe – Tips for Travel Your passport is your key to proving citizenship and is the document that the US and other countries use to recognize you and to let you enter the country and is a critical document that needs to be protected. Anyone traveling abroad, especially for the first time, should take a few minutes to read up...
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Your Passport is Lost or Stolen – What to Do

POSTED June 21st 2015 BY Ellen
In case your passport is stolen in a foreign country, the need to act quickly becomes more and more important. That is why you need to report that loss as soon as possible to the US Consulate or Embassy nearest you. They will then assist you on getting a replacement passport.When you lose your passport, or if it is stolen from you, you need to...
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Most Important Passport Security Tips

POSTED December 30th 2012 BY Ellen
Most Important Passport Security Tips for Travel Your passport is your key to proving citizenship and is the document that the US and other countries use to recognize you and to let you enter the country.  We all know that it needs to be protected however, do you really know this is?  Anyone traveling abroad, especially for the first time, should take a few minutes...
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Passport Replacement Tips – FAQs an Emergency Abroad

POSTED October 8th 2011 BY Ellen
What Should a U.S. Citizens Do if Their Passport is Lost or Stolen Abroad? Contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate for assistance. Phone numbers for U.S. embassies and consulates are also available in our Country Specific Information and Key Officers handbook. You will need to speak to the American Citizens Services unit of the Consular Section. If you are scheduled to leave the foreign...
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Create an “Emergency Passport Kit”

POSTED October 8th 2011 BY Ellen
It is the traveler’s worst nightmare: you can’t find your passport.  Is it lost, or was it stolen? Either way, you and your trip could be in a world of hurt.  In order to help deal with this gut wrenching situation – especially if it were to happen while you are traveling overseas, every traveler should consider creating a “Emergency Passport Kit” before they take...
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