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Missing Birth Certificate Found, Able to Apply for New Passport

A Oregon woman is finally able to apply for a new passport after the US Air Force located a copy of her birth certificate.

According to the Mail Tribune, 21-year-old Vanessa Driskell has been looking for her birth certificate for the past 4 years, ever since she was 16 and wanted to apply for a driver’s license.

For most of us, a lost birth certificate is nothing more than an inconvenience.

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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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New Passports For Citizens Born to Midwives Near the Border

*The passport fees have recently changed. As of April 2nd, 2018, the passport acceptance fee has gone up from $25 to $35.


US citizens born to midwives near the US-Mexican border will get a chance to get new passports next month by applying at special mobile units set up by the Department of State.  

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Get Your Passport Application In To Be a “Honeymoon Tester”

What, exactly, is a “‘honeymoon tester?” Basically, it’s a dream job for any couple that likes to travel.  Here’s the job description, from

“Would you be able to sip champagne, while lying in a hammock slung between two palm trees on a white, sandy beach, with your romantically linked partner beside you, without spilling your drink?

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