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Travel - State Dept 17h
I'm sure you didn't email us. Please contact the address we gave you.
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Travel - State Dept 17h
Interested in managing an acceptance facility? Where are you located? We'll connect you w/nearest customer service manager.
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Travel - State Dept 17h
Hi Jamie, if you have urgent travel, contact us at travelgov @ state dot gov with your name & passport #. We'll look into your case.
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Travel - State Dept 21h
No! You'll get your old, cancelled passport back after you renew. Then, you can take old passport w/visas + new passport.
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Travel - State Dept 23h
Info on driving abroad at
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Travel - State Dept 23h
we do not answer visa questions via this handle. Please contact the embassy or consulate where you applied.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Current routine processing for passports is 4-6 weeks.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
please contact our colleagues @CBP. They manage the visa waiver program & can best advise you.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
If you intend to travel on your U.S. passport, then you can get the visa for Brazil; but it's Gov of Brazil's laws that govern.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Depends on your purpose of travel. Best to check with host country gov. Their laws govern duration of legal stay.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
we aren't answering visa questions here. Please visit our Facebook page, , if you have visa questions.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Congrats! We weren't planning another chat until next February, but you can find general info at
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Your passport needs 6 mos. validity prior to travel & you can travel w/in Schengen Zone w/out a visa.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Yes, U.S. citizens need a visa to visit Brazil. For more info, read entry/exit requirements at .
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Yes & you can save $25 by getting both at once. Book valid for all travel & card valid for land & sea travel in West. Hemisphere.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Yes, you will get your old passport back. We cancel it by punching a hole in it, then we return it to you.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Cuba travel info available at .
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Hi! We are here to answer your questions for the next hour.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 30
Today at 2:00 PM EDT, we'll be answering your questions for 1 hour. Join us & your passport questions.
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Travel - State Dept Jun 29
Our final update on restored functionality for visas and passports is posted on our website here:
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