How to get a passport in Utah?
You planned your annual family vacation to Hawaii six months ago and a week before you check everyone’s passport only to realize your twelve year old’s first passport has long expired. Before you cancel your trip or leave your little one behind, contact Travel Visa Pro to expedite the child’s passport renewal. You don’t have to take more time off work, we can do it all for you.
It can be a lengthy and complicated process getting both parents to appear in person for the child’s application and proving your child is a US citizen. Travel Visa Pro can take it off your hands and manage your application for you.
Turn your nightmare into a dream by using one of our tailor-made services to get your child’s new passport. We can renew any passport in time!
If you want to know how to get a passport in Utah, first decide which application category you fall into and let Travel Visa Pro assist you every step of the way.
First Time Passport
The First Time Passport applies if:
- This is your very first U.S. passport, or
- Your last passport was issued over 15 years ago, or
- Your last passport expired and was previously issued while under the age of 16.
Travel Visa Pro can also assist with Second US Passport applications if you travel frequently outside the U.S., or you need the second passport for safety reasons, such as traveling between hostile countries. Note this passport is only valid for four years, after which time it can be renewed.
Lost, Stolen, or Damaged Passport
You can apply for a passport replacement when you can prove your valid passport was lost, stolen, or severely damaged. Travel Visa Pro will require statements explaining why and how the passport was lost or stolen by submitting the completed DS-64 application form. For damaged passports, you only need to send Travel Visa Pro an original statement, written by yourself, detailing why the passport cannot be used and how it was damaged.
Travel Visa Pro can renew your current and second passport where:
- Your passport/s were issued within the last 15 years after the age of 16, or
- Your name has changed and you have supporting legal documents to prove it.
Passport renewals for children under 16 are not as straight-forward due to increasing fraud and applications for child passport renewals can only be done in person when applying at the U.S Department of State.
Except for adult passport renewals that use the DS-82 application form, all other applications require the DS-11 application to be completed. Once you have filled this out, leave it unsigned and print two copies. Take these documents to your local post office, along with proof of your identity, United States citizenship, and 2” x 2” passport photographs on a white or off-white background. Separate payment is required to the U.S. Department of State for their passport fees, which start from $60, up to $170 for expedited applications.
There are post offices in Utah with passport acceptance facilities and some may require an appointment. Once the post office agent verifies your identity and witnesses you the signing the form, get the documents off to us. Travel Visa Pro offers VIP services at 9 offices across the United States and drop-off/pick up services at several other locations in the country. You can also apply on the Travel Visa Pro website and use one of our services to get your passport for when you need it.
Travel Visa Pro offers various packages to help ease the stress of passport applications:
- Emergency Service applications are processed in 8 hours at a cost of $599. Proof is required to show the immediate need for a passport.
- Next Day Service is done in one business day for $429
- Get Urgent Passport is $299 and issued in 3-5 days
- Get Rush Passport is $199 and get your passport within 6-10 days
- Get Budget Passport is processed in 15-20 days for $99
- Executive Choice is our premium service at $499.
For Travel Visa Pro to complete applications on your behalf, you need to sign two authorization letters that must be included in your documentation.
On a final note, the U.S Department of State does not issue passports on weekends or federal holidays and this also applies to emergency applications.