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Get a Passport Quickly Without a Birth Certificate

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It’s important to keep a copy of your birth certificate around, just in case. However, it’s also one of the easiest documents to lose since you don’t need it very often.  Your desk can get shuffled around, it can get lost during a move…and unless you double-check its whereabouts periodically, you’ll have no idea that it’s lost until you actually need it.

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Fast Passport? Puerto Ricans May Need New Birth Certificates

When you apply for a fast passport, it’s important that you have all of your paperwork in order before you send in the application. After all, if you don’t have the right documents, your application will be delayed, and that’s the last thing you want to happen if you’re about to leave the country.

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Texas Woman Finally Receives New Passport

As national security measures become ever more strict, even Americans who have lived here all of their lives sometimes have a hard time getting a new passport.  This is especially true of older Americans, born in a time when record-keeping was not as strict.

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Connecticut Congressman Helps 86-Year-Old Get Passport Service

Usually, getting passport service is a fairly straightforward process. You fill out a passport application at a passport acceptance facility (often a post office, library, or County Clerk’s office) and provide them with the following documents to send to the Department of State along with your application:

However, for 86-year-old Katherine Young, getting passport service wasn’t that easy.

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