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New Requirements for U.S. Citizens to Re-
Beginning January 31, 2008
U.S. and Canadian Citizens ages 19 and over will need to present a government-
You Will Not need a PASSPORT until June of 2009.
As an alternative to a Passport, starting February 1, 2008, U.S. Citizens have the
option to apply for a wallet-
U.S. Passport Information
Application for a passport may be made at a passport agency, many federal courts, state courts, probate courts, some county offices, some municipal offices, and some post offices.
COMPLETED FORM DSP-
PROOF OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP: You may use one of the following: previous U.S. Passport; certified Birth Certificate issued by the city, county, or state; Consular Report of Birth Abroad; Naturalization Certificate; or Certificate of Citizenship.
PROOF OF IDENTITY: Acceptable proof includes: previous U.S. Passport; Naturalization Certificate; Certificate of Citizenship; current valid Driver’s License; government ID (city, state, federal); military ID (military dependents); work ID (must be currently employed by the company); student ID (must be currently enrolled); Merchant Marines card (also known as a “Seamen’s” or “Z” card); pilot or flight attendant ID.
Note: Social Security cards are NOT acceptable as identification.
PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPHS: You must provide 2-
PAYMENT OF FEES: Passport fee is $75 plus an Execution fee of $25 totaling $100 for adults (an adult is anyone 16 years or older). This Passport is good for 10 years. The fee for children under 16 years of age is $60 plus an Execution fee of $25 totaling $85. A Childs Passport is good for 5 years. The fee for Passport Renewals by mail is $75. Please make sure you check the actual fees as they may change.
For more information go to the Web and log onto www.travel.state.gov.com (look under Passports).