Here’s another reason to get your passport application in: The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has just announced a rule change regarding the documents you can use to prove your employment eligibility. Before the rule change, you could use even an expired passport to prove that you are eligible to work in the United States. However, starting January 31, 2009, employers will have to use a new version of the I-9 form, which requires a current passport or another current List B document to prove employment eligibility.Read Article
Do-It-Yourself Photos for US Passports
Photos for US Passports are like driver’s license photos-they often look like mug shots. Of course, the whole purpose of a passport photo is to prove to government officials that this important document really does belong to you.Read Article
Getting a Child Passport For Holiday Travel
The holidays are here and you can often find last-minute travel deals that make traveling more affordable. If you have kids, don’t miss out. Get them a child passport to take advantage of the daily specials.Read Article
New Laws for a New Year- Get Your Passport Application in Now!
It used to be so easy to pop in for a visit to our neighbors in Mexico and Canada. Years ago, all you had to do was verbally declare your citizenship at the border.Read Article
Getting a Fast Passport for a Last Minute Tropical Escape
Oh, the weather outside is frightful…Oddly enough, snow and ice is coating much of the south, and the eastern half of the country is either cold and wet or completely frozen.Read Article
Planning a Destination Wedding? Don’t Forget Your US Passport!
Every girl grows up dreaming about her wedding day. Then, she actually starts trying to plan a wedding. There are two types of brides: those who revel in deciding on every tiny detail, and those who quickly begin to contemplate the joys of eloping.Read Article
Passport Renewal: Cutting Through the Red Tape
For international travelers, the economic crisis has a silver lining: the recovery of the US Dollar. Earlier this year, international travel was like putting a vacuum hose into your bank account.Read Article