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How to Replace a Lost Passport

How To Replace A Lost Passport

There are few things more stressful than discovering you’ve lost your passport when you have a trip planned in the near future.  First, take a deep breath and RELAX…we will guide you through the steps so you know how to replace a lost passport fast.

How to Replace a Lost Passport

You have a few options to replace a lost passport.

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How to Replace a Lost Passport

Passport Replacement Services

Starting December 27th, 2021, the Department of State will increase fees for a passport book by $20 for all customers. Price updates reflected here.

 

Whether it’s lost, damaged or expired, the sinking feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you realize your passport needs to be replaced fast has got to be one of the worst sensations in the world.

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Finding a Lost Passport

It’s easy to replace a lost passport. A lost, stolen, or damaged passport can be replaced in 6-8 weeks through the post office or county clerk. However, if you need your passport fast, there are better options for you.

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Help…I Lost My Passport!

A lost passport is always a hassle, especially if you are planning to leave the country any time in the near future.  Don’t panic…follow this 4-step action plan and you’ll be good to go:

Step 1: Look One More Time

How many times have you called the bank to report a missing credit card, only to find it the very next day?

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Serendipity and a Lost Passport

Would you buy someone else’s long-expired passport? What if the passport showed that, many years ago, the person lived in the same place where you live now?

For Nuno Fonseca, a Portuguese medical student studying in Paris, the pull of the mystery represented by a 60-year-old passport he found at a flea market was too strong to resist.

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