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At a Glance: Mexico is one of the most popular places in North America. Cancun is a gorgeous island with crystal-clear waters and fine white beaches. You’ll need a passport to visit Mexico. At a Glance: You need a passport to travel to Cancun unless you’re traveling by sea on a closed-loop cruise. Of all […]

A passport is a must for crossing international borders. Although it is certainly not free, the exact cost you can expect to pay for a passport may not always be obvious. The answer to the question ‘How much does a passport cost?’ depends on a few different factors. Read on to learn how much it […]

At a Glance: It is possible to get a same-day passport in emergencies. The traveler would need to sign up for the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program and contact their U.S. embassy. One of the worst scenarios that could happen when you made plans to travel abroad is losing your passport. The travel document is what […]

There are two different international travel documents that the U.S. Department of State can issue: a passport book or a passport card. Although both of them enable you to travel, they are completely different documents. Knowing the difference between them will allow you to figure out whether you should get a passport card or a […]

At a Glance: If your passport needs renewal, you can apply for this document at a post office. There are more than 4,800 post offices across the U.S. that allow people to apply for passport renewal. “Can I renew my passport at the post office?” is an important question. One of the biggest mistakes travelers […]

The United States citizenship and immigration services form I -9 is the Employment Eligibility Verification. An I-9 form should be completed and filed by all US employees for every employee they hire to work in the United States. Each person on an employer’s payroll should have the I-9 form filed. To file the forms, you […]

Understanding work authorization in the United States can be difficult. Even when you have a social security card, it may not be clear what some of the details mean. One of these is the endorsement “Valid for Work Only with DHS Authorization”. If you would like to know more about what this means, read on. […]

Traveling to new countries can be a confusing process. It is important to understand visa and immigration laws relating to you as a U.S. citizen in the country you are visiting. Often, visitor or tourist visas are valid for a relatively short period. However, in India, you have the possibility of a much easier solution. […]

With the technological age taking over every aspect of our lives more and more every day, one would think that the way we submit our applications for various purposes such as applying for passports would change. But, although the process itself has improved much from the times of our grandparents, the one thing that hasn’t […]

At a Glance: Having a felony doesn’t automatically disqualify you from getting a passport. Only people with specific felonies—such as certain drug convictions—aren’t eligible for passports. In addition, those with unpaid child support, federal taxes, or federal loans may not be eligible for a passport. Having a felony can affect you in various ways, especially […]