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July 24, 2009

Express Passport: Get Yours & See the World ASAP

Ppppaasspyort Ordering a new passport can be nerve-wracking, especially when you already have travel plans, or a last-minute need for a passport due to recently changing regulations. Passports and other legal travel documents usually take 4-6 weeks, but if there's paperwork trouble or other holdups, it can take an untold amount of time. If this risk isn't worth taking, there is now a new option. From new passports to child passports to passport renewals, you can order one expedited at an extra charge from

The service charge is $99-$279 (depending on how soon you need it) for a new, lost, renewal, name change, child’s passport, or new passport pages, plus the government fee of $60-$135. U.S. citizens can even order expedited travel Visas to any other country that may require one. Passports arrive anywhere from 1-14 business days from when the transaction is complete.


Other sites, like,, and even the US Passport Bureau are offering expedited passport service online to help relieve that strenuous passport delay.


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