Concierge Service partners you with a dedicated Specialist who will manage your request from start to finish, complete applications forms, review all materials during the process, ensure priority submission and keep you updated the whole time – beginning within two business hours of your request. Concierge Team members have years of experience and can make the complex easy for you.
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Are all of the requirements too complicated? Would you prefer a dedicated professional to take on your Passport and/or Visa order and work with you personally to simplify and streamline the process as much possible? If you have ever whispered to yourself, "I wish someone would just take care of this for me!", then your whispers are ready to be answered by our Concierge Team.
Concierge Service customers are connected with our Concierge Team who will assist you in:
- Filling out the application on your behalf
- Collecting the required documents
- Reviewing all of your applications and documents with you over the phone
- Assuring you are getting exactly the correct Passport and/or Visas that you need for your trip, exactly as fast as you need them, taking all of the guesswork out of the process for you.
To start your Concierge order, simply click "Yes, add Concierge Service", fill out the very simple form, and our Concierge Team will reach out to you within 3 business hours to get your Passport and/or Visa order started.
It’s that simple. Get our Concierge Team activated on your travel case today! TVP's Concierge Service is an extra level of customer service provided for clients who want personalized service when applying for a passport, visa or both. TVP’s Concierge Service is the extra care you’re looking for. TVP’s Concierge Service Fees are $99 per person for the first application and $79 for each additional destination or service. TVP’s Concierge Service does not include the costs of U.S. State Department Fees, Foreign Government Consular Fees, FedEx overnight shipping or TVP’s passport and/or visa processing services fees.
U. S. Passport Renewal
Travel Visa Pro can help with your U.S. passport renewal. Are your travel documents about to expire? If you already have a U.S. passport that is not damaged and was issued within the last 15 years, come to any of our nine offices and let us process your renewal. Remember, you must have been over 16 at the time your passport was issued. If you have a big trip planned and need your renewal completed in a hurry, Travel Visa Pro can ensure fast processing times to get your documents ready efficiently.
Feel free to contact our passport experts at 1-833-TVP-VISA (887-8472)
U.S. Passport Renewal Service
If you’re like most travelers, you may not wait until the last second to book flights, but checking the expiration date and number of blank pages in your passport is an afterthought.
Did you know some countries may not even grant you entry if you don’t have at least two blank pages for visas and entry or exit stamps? Immigration is notorious for spacing out stamps instead of lumping them all together. Most countries require for a U.S. passport holder to have at least six months’ validity remaining for their travel documents to ensure they won’t illegally overstay their visa with approved extensions or unavoidable delays.
For all these reasons and more, it’s always a good idea to renew your passport earlier rather than later. During the busy season, the U.S. Department of State can have applications piling up for weeks, meaning your travel plans can potentially be delayed at a hefty cost if you’re not prepared for a last-minute passport renewal.
How to Renew U.S. Passport?
Do you know how to renew your U.S. passport? Even if you’re a previous passport holder, you may have to go through the procedure for a new passport application under certain conditions. If you currently hold a U.S. passport that was issued within the last 15 years, is undamaged enough to be accepted at immigration checkpoints, and you were over 16 years old at the time the document was issued, you should qualify for a standard passport renewal.
Have you just gotten married? Separated? Emancipated? If, for whatever reason, your legal name has been changed since your last passport was issued, you still qualify for a renewal. Simply bring in legal documents proving you have registered your new name – surname, first name, or both – with the government and you can renew a U.S. passport just as easily.
Let’s assume you’re ready to send in a passport renewal application. You may already have a valid U.S. passport and need a new one, or yours has recently expired. Whether you’re sending in your paperwork by mail or applying in person, what should you bring?
- Form DS-82 is used exclusively for passport renewals. If you’re applying for a new U. S. passport, use Form DS-11 and the documents for a renewal.
- Your current or recently expired U.S. passport. Both passport documents will be returned, but you must submit your current passport book (or card) if it hasn’t been damaged, lost, or stolen. Under these circumstances, you must follow the same procedure as applying for a new U. S. passport.
- Include any documents proving you have legally changed your name. This only applies if you have a new first name or had your surname changed due to marriage, divorce, adoption, or otherwise.
- A recent photograph. All photos must be printed on the correct paper and filed with your other passport documents.
- Check or money order. Processing fees are $110, or $170 for expedited passport renewal. Make payable to the U. S. Department of State.
Renew Your Passport Online
Although these passport renewal tips cover most travelers, there are still a few who may need additional information. For instance, what if you have two U.S. passports, but the only the second one is about to expire? Someone who travels internationally often and has difficulty acquiring travel visas between her or his trips may be interested in this. Second passport renewals follow the same procedure as regular passport renewals, but, as with the original application, travelers must provide a letter stating why a second passport is necessary, e.g. traveling between Israel and anti-Israel states.