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Biometric Passports Speed International Arrivals

Have you ever wondered what that little gold rectangle on your passport cover means? It’s the international symbol for a biometric passport, which are also referred to as e-passports or digital passports. Biometric passports contain a small computer chip that holding digital information that can be read by scanners at border control stations at international airports.

US Biometric Passports

The US has been issuing only biometric passports since October 2006. There are still some travelers … Continue reading »

Add Pages to Passport

Additional Pages Service to be Discontinued

Frequent international travelers appreciate that they are able to have additional visa pages added to their US passport, but sources … Continue reading »

Passport for Minors

Passport Renewals for Children

US passports issued to children age 15 and younger are valid for only five years, so sooner or later, every … Continue reading »

Passport Requirements

Passport Requirements for Cruises

Cruises are great vacations. From the moment you step on board, you don’t have to worry about a thing – … Continue reading »

Passport Tips

Top Passport Tips for Frequent Travelers

Frequent flyers, road warriors, jet-setters, and globetrotters: you’re an elite group with special passport needs. More than anyone else, you … Continue reading »

Passport Requirements

The “Six Month Rule” – Is your Valid Passport Really Valid?

Most travelers assume that their passport is fully valid for travel up until the day it expires. That makes sense, … Continue reading »

Add Pages to Passport

Should you Add Pages to your Passport or Renew it?

Running low on blank visa pages in your passport? If you’re a frequent traveler, this is an issue you’ll need … Continue reading »

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