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When it comes to international travel, having a valid passport is an essential requirement. While routine passport services are widely used, there are situations where expedited passport services are necessary.

Routine passport services refer to the standard processing offered by government passport agencies. These services cater to individuals who have sufficient time before their intended travel date. The processing time for routine passport services typically ranges from 8 to 13 weeks, excluding mailing times. This duration includes verification procedures, application processing, and passport production.

It is essential to plan and apply for your passport well in advance of your travel date. Delays can occur during peak travel seasons or due to unforeseen circumstances, such as processing backlogs or increased demand. By applying for routine passport services early, you can ensure your passport is in hand well before your departure date, providing peace of mind for your travel plans.

In certain situations, waiting for the standard processing time may not be feasible. Expedited passport services are specifically designed to address urgent travel needs. These services expedite the passport application process, significantly reducing the processing time. While the specific time frame may vary, expedited passport services deliver passports in as little as one day!

Expedited passport services are ideal for individuals who have unexpected travel plans or require a passport renewal on short notice. It is crucial to provide all necessary documents and accurate information to expedite the processing effectively. A1 Passport & Visa Services can obtain your passport in a shorter time frame, allowing you to meet your travel deadlines with ease.

Looking to expedite your US Passport Renewal? Just call us!

Need a consultation? call us today: +1-212-810-4309 or Email us info@a1visas.com.

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                                                Frequently Asked Questions:
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                                                Yes, you can use an already saved photo. Our experts can convert your saved photo to an acceptable passport photo.

                                                Yes, you can print the photos at home. Be sure to print your passport photos on thin, photo-quality paper.

                                                You can always print off the email we sent or log in to the A1 Client portal to retrieve your photos.

                                                To learn more about our process or use our document authentication services, or if you have other questions, email us now.

                                                An Apostille is an international certification accepted by the countries participating in The Hague Treaty. Consular/Embassy legalization of documents is required for documents used in countries not part of the Hague Convention.

                                                Notarizing a document adds an extra layer of security by requiring a witness to verify the signer's identity. A witness is a government-authorized person known as a notary public who attests that the signer is not signing under duress and that they are aware of the contents of the document they are signing.

                                                Few example of documents that require legalization are:

                                                • State generated documents
                                                • Power of attorney
                                                • Bylaws
                                                • Birth, Death certifcates
                                                • United States Patent & Trademark documents
                                                • Good standing certificates
                                                • Certified charter documents

                                                Common documents that need authentication are:

                                                • Birth, marriage, and divorce certificates
                                                • Background checks
                                                • Educational documents/ certificates
                                                • Incorporation certificates for corporations
                                                • Personal or Corporate legal documents

                                                On average, it takes about 18 to 24 months to complete the naturalization process and to become a U.S. citizen.

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