A US Passport is a Voyage To Your Dreams

A US Passport is a Voyage To Your Dreams

Getting a US Passport is not too complicated but it does have a few twists and turns. The information you find here is no different from the information that many people pay up to $100.00 to obtain. Here you will pay nothing.

One of the most common misconceptions concerning so called “US Passport Services” is that you pay someone else to handle your US Passport problem. The truth of the matter is that you “personally” will still have to file for the US Passport yourself. No one can do this for you. So why pay up to $100.00 to someone who’s primary act in this transaction will be to… simply mail in your US Passport papers!

In addition to the $100.00 you pay to them you will still be required to pay federal fees. Fees that everyone has to pay in order to receive their US Passport. No one gets out of paying these federal fees. If you can read and understand what you have read you can use this website to save yourself up to $150. All the information you need is on this site. Just look at the page links to your left and choose the link that best fits your needs. Follow the information and save yourself some time and money because you cut out the middle man. You now, that guy trying to save you time by charging up $150 for his service that in the end you will have to perform yourself because unless you do so the State Department will not accept your US Passport application. This is what the US Passport service industry doesn’t want you to know. Now you do!


3 Comments »

  1. I had one of those National Parks passports as a kid and I abutsloely loved it. My mother {who is an elementary school teacher} took me to all the major civil war battlefields, so I got quite a few stamps. Even now, I think about that passport when I travel to a new national park. Maybe I need to dig it up!As an aside, I grew up an hour from Bloomington and spent my first 18 years in Southern Indiana. I moved to DC for school and stayed after I finished to work for a couple years. My husband’s job relocated us to Rhode Island, but DC and Indiana have a HUGE place in my heart so happy to see someone else take the journey from Indiana to my favorite city! xoxo {av} |

    Comment by Linkin — August 31, 2013 @ 12:43

  2. i want information abt Canada visa

    Comment by umair — May 22, 2014 @ 10:53

  3. To go to Canada you need either a US Passport or a US Passport card. Look on the left for links on this information.

    Comment by james — May 23, 2014 @ 16:19

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