Daniel F. Iuculano
Certified Financial Planner ™
Contact: Dan Iuculano
Phone: (904) 302-8911
A United States passport
is an official government document issued by the United States
Department of State. A passport certifies an individual's identity
and U.S. citizenship. A passport is an internationally recognized travel
document and it allows the passport holder to travel abroad and return
to the United States. A valid United States passport may be used to
enter most foreign countries. U.S. citizens may now apply for the new
U.S. Passport Card and hold both a regular passport and passport card.
Due to the proposed measures of the
WHTI (Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative), many U.S. citizens will be
required to obtain a U.S. passport or U.S. Passport Card.
Some U.S. citizens hold dual citizenship, which means that an individual holds another citizenship besides U.S. citizenship. There are advantages and disadvantages of having dual citizenship and a second passport. However, in most cases dual citizenship is not a problem when renewing your passport since the U.S. government allows dual citizenship.
The easiest method of obtaining specific information, requirements is to visit the U.S. Department of State website. Depending on whether you are renewing or obtaining for the first time; the website will guide you through the process.Current Pricing - Adult first time (age 16 or older) Effective July 13, 2010