The Passport (2024)

  • 2010
  • 0 hr 18 mins
  • Suspense, Science Fiction
  • NR
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A traveller finds themselves being interrogated about their true identity and intentions.

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The Passport (2024)

FAQs

The Passport? ›

A passport is a travel document issued by a country's government to its citizens that verifies the identity and nationality of the holder for the purpose of international travel.

How long does it take to get a US passport? ›

6 to 8 weeks

How much is a US passport? ›

I'm an adult (16 and older) and I'm renewing my passport
DocumentForm FillerApplication Fee
Passport BookDS-82$130
Passport CardDS-82$30
Passport Book & CardDS-82$160
Apr 22, 2024

What documents do I need for a passport in the US? ›

1. Gather Required Documentation
  • Form DS-11, completed but not signed.
  • Form DS-64, completed but not signed.
  • Evidence of U.S. citizenship.
  • Photocopy of evidence of U.S. citizenship.
  • Evidence of parental awareness.
  • Photo ID.
  • Photocopy of photo ID.
  • Passport photo.
Mar 18, 2024

What is the passport? ›

A passport is a travel document issued by a country's government to its citizens that verifies the identity and nationality of the holder for the purpose of international travel.

Can I go to my local post office to get a passport? ›

If you don't meet all the renewal requirements, you'll need to go to a Post Office in person and do a new, first-time passport application.

Is there a faster way to get a U.S. passport? ›

Expedited service takes 2-3 weeks and does not include mailing times. Mailing times may add 2 weeks on to the total time to get your passport. You can expedite at an acceptance facility or expedite a renewal by mail.

Do I need a passport book or card? ›

The card is proof of U.S. citizenship and identity, and has the same length of validity as the passport book. The card is for U.S. citizens who travel by land and sea from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and Caribbean countries. The card is not valid for international travel by air and is cheaper than the passport book.

How long is a passport good for? ›

If you are age 16 or older, your passport is valid for 10 years. Your child's passport (age 0-15) is valid for 5 years. Some countries require that your passport have at least six months of validity beyond the dates of your trip. Some airlines will not allow you to board if this requirement is not met.

Do you need a passport to go on a cruise? ›

If you take closed loop cruises (meaning your trip begins and ends at a U.S. port), you can sail to a variety of dreamy destinations as a U.S. citizen without a passport. For “closed-loop” cruises, U.S. citizens will need to provide: A boarding pass. A government photo I.D.

Do I need a US birth certificate to get a passport? ›

You must submit one of the following documents: U.S. birth certificate that meets the following requirements: Issued by the city, county, or state of birth. Lists your full name, date of birth, and place of birth.

What qualifies as proof of citizenship? ›

U.S. citizen identification card (I-197 or the prior version I-179). Federal or State census record showing U.S. citizenship or U.S. place of birth.

Do you need a passport to go to the Bahamas? ›

U.S. citizens are generally required to present a valid U.S. passport when traveling to The Bahamas, as well as proof of anticipated departure from The Bahamas. Those traveling to The Bahamas on a cruise may use another Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) compliant document, such as a U.S. passport card.

What disqualify you from getting a passport? ›

Some reasons to deny a passport include:
  • A valid, unsealed federal warrant of arrest.
  • A federal or state criminal court order.
  • A condition of parole or probation forbidding departure from the United States (or the jurisdiction of the court)
  • A request for extradition.
Apr 24, 2024

What does a red passport mean? ›

What does red passport mean? A red passport, also known as a diplomatic passport, is issued to individuals with diplomatic status for official travel. It signifies special privileges like diplomatic immunity, visa-free travel, and expedited immigration processes.

What are the three types of passports? ›

All service, official, diplomatic, and most categories of no-fee regular passports are issued by the Special Issuance Agency (SIA) in Washington, D.C. The Charleston Passport Center assists SIA with issuance of official passports for Department of Defense personnel and no-fee passports for military dependents.

How long will it actually take to get my passport? ›

Online renewal service: Renewing a passport online is typically faster than the standard service. It often takes about three weeks as well.

What is the difference between a passport card and a book? ›

The card is proof of U.S. citizenship and identity, and has the same length of validity as the passport book. The card is for U.S. citizens who travel by land and sea from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and Caribbean countries. The card is not valid for international travel by air and is cheaper than the passport book.

Do I need a passport to go to Canada? ›

Entry into Canada: Canadian law requires that all persons entering Canada carry proof of citizenship and identity. A valid U.S. passport, passport card, or NEXUS card satisfies these requirements for U.S. citizens. Children under 16 only need proof of U.S. citizenship.

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