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|05-26-2007 02:07 PM|
Originally Posted by gills View Post
But yeah, most people had time to plan ahead,,,so some of these people I cant feel for,,but this situation yes, I feel for it!
|05-25-2007 03:09 PM|
|gills||Anything to do with immigration or traveling documents involving the US is an absolute nightmare. I'm going through hell right now with my wife of 1 month who's from Brazil. It really blows serious donkey nuts.|
|05-25-2007 03:08 PM|
ITs really not a big issue if you stay on top of your chit and plan ahead...
|05-25-2007 02:21 PM|
Originally Posted by fpzx10 View Post
If you try to call...all you will get is either:
a) thank you for calling the (whatever the name is they use). and it hangs up
b) Thank you for calling the (name here)...please hold..after 5 minutes of holding it hangs up!
Just a little FYI here
|05-25-2007 02:06 PM|
|fpzx10||for the PSA.|
|05-25-2007 01:59 PM|
News about passports from the USA
Getting a passport
Sunday, March 18, 2007
There are three ways to get a new passport or replace or renew the one you have. Keep in mind new travel rules have increased demand and turnaround time for passports. Basic cost of a new adult passport is $97, which includes a $67 application fee and a $30 execution fee.
Regular application: First-timers must apply in person. Head to a passport acceptance facility to find all the required documents and fees. Locally, this means going to the post office. Wait 10 weeks. In some cases you can renew by mail - see if you qualify and download the necessary form online (see below).
Expedited application: For an extra fee ($60) and overnight shipping costs, wait time is reduced to 3-4 weeks.
**Yes they do take this long now because of the new rules for needing ones to get to canada and mexico by plane now...this really sux..glad I got mine redone when I did...right before all this started.