U.S. Passport Services
World Visa Travel is specialized in expediting new U.S. passports, renewals, reissue, children/minors, and more. Please choose the right service for your travel needs.
Apply for a new or first time U.S. passport if
you have never had a U.S. passport
your passport was issued more than 15 years ago
your most recent U.S. passport was issued prior to your 16th birthday
Renew your U.S. passport if
you are able to submit your most recent U.S. passport
your expired U.S. passport was issued within the past 15 years
your expired passport was issued when you were 16 years of age or older
your expired passport is not heavily damaged or mutilated
Replace a mutilated or damaged U.S. Passport
Your most recent passport is damaged or mutilated and cannot be renewed due to the extent of damage.
Apply for a Child/Minor U.S. Passport if
a child is under 16 years of age and applying for a first time passport
a child is under 16 years of age and renewing an expired or expiring passport
Apply for a Second Valid U.S. Passport if
You are able to submit your current valid US passport.
Your current valid US passport is not heavily damaged or mutilated.
You can document that you have a need for two valid US passports.
In certain situations, the US government will issue a second passport (valid for two years) to U.S. citizens.
Generally this second passport is either issued to travelers that travel so frequently they need to have one in the consulates obtaining visas while traveling with the other - OR - it is issued to travelers that travel to Israel and also travel to Arab countries. If either of these situations apply to you, then you could be eligible for a second passport.
RE-Issue a U.S. Passport if
you are able to submit your valid U.S. passport
you were issued a replacement of a lost or stolen passport while at an American Embassy overseas, these passports are often issued valid for 1-12 months
you were issued a passport within the last year and now require a name change
Replace a Lost or Stolen U.S. Passport if
you have lost a valid U.S. passport