A U.S. citizen may not typically carry more than one U.S. passport book and/or card at the same time, according to the U.S. Department of State's general passport policy. However, the majority of people are unaware of the various situations in which getting a second U.S. passport is authorized. For American residents who frequently travel abroad, it is especially important.
Examples of cases when you can obtain second U.S. passport books include:
- A foreign country will deny a visa or entry to you because your passport has stamps showing travel to certain countries. Example: an Israeli entry or exit stamp in some countries in the Middle East.
- You need multiple visas on an ongoing basis because of frequent international travel. Example: you work for an international airline or a multinational company
- You need a U.S. passport for urgent international travel but your application for a foreign visa is delayed or cannot be processed in time for your travel.
- When you need a special validation for travel to a restricted country or area.
Getting a second passport can be complicated and time-consuming. We can help you to expedite the procedure and manage it even for 3 business days.
To use our service, fill out online form
and pay online. Follow our instructions and send or deliver to us all required documents. Then we check your documents and deliver them to the US Passport Office for expedited issuance. After your passport is issued, it's checked for possible errors and shipped to you on the same day.