How to get U.S. passport 

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Working abroad is the adventure of a lifetime, one that you’ll never regret! You’ll come away with greater confidence, an expanded worldview, and new, fulfilling relationships like Interexchange Au Pair France participant Madison:

“Learning to navigate a new city in a foreign country passport, learning to get along with a completely new family, make new friends, and experience new things all the while prioritizing the care of the children, has given me an enormous amount of confidence in what I’m capable of. I feel so much more confident in my ability to make the best of any situation and handle so many aspects of life.”

You too can travel and experience fantastic things, but first you must obtain a passport

Continue reading to find out how to acquire yours in just five simple steps!

First, submit the application.

You can fill out the application form electronically or by downloading a PDF version, but you shouldn’t sign it until you get the go-ahead from the passport acceptance facility, which is typically your neighborhood post office.

Collect the necessary paperwork

Your citizenship in the United States will need to be established. A birth certificate is typically used. Make sure it satisfies the requirements if you utilize this as well. You must provide additional documentation, such as a driver’s license or another current official ID, in addition to your proof of citizenship.

You must also provide photocopies of the front and back of each ID you present as well as the proof of your U.S. citizenship.

Acquire a passport photograph

Now put on your finest face and head to the studio for your portrait! Don’t take the photo yourself because passport photos must adhere to stringent guidelines; instead, visit one of the many chain pharmacies with photo sections, copy shops, or FedEx/UPS locations.

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