Obtain or Renew your American Passport

The Passport is a  formal document issued by an authorized official of a country to one of its citizens that is usually used to exit from and reentry into the country, that permits the citizen to travel in a foreign country in accordance with visa requirements, and that requests protection for the citizen while abroad. 

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Did you know there is more than one type of Passport

There are several types of U.S. passports that can be applied for depending on the applicant’s needs. Here are the main types of U.S. passports:

  • Regular Passport: This is the type of passport that most people apply for when traveling for pleasure or business. It is valid for 10 years for adults and 5 years for children under 16.
  • Emergency Passport: This type of passport is issued in cases of emergency, such as the death of a close family member abroad or for urgent travel due to serious illness. It is issued quickly and has a limited validity.
  • Official or Diplomatic Passport: This type of passport is for U.S. government officials and their immediate family members, diplomats and other official government representatives.
  • Service Passport: This type of passport is for U.S. citizens who need to travel for work abroad. It has a limited validity and is issued for a single trip or for a specific period of time.
  • Group Passport: This type of passport is issued for groups of people traveling together. The group must consist of at least 5 persons, and passports are issued with a validity of up to 10 years.
  • Passport for Minors: This type of passport is for minors under 16 years of age and is valid for 5 years. Parents or guardians must submit an application and provide documentation verifying the relationship to the minor. 
  • In general, U.S. passports are designed to meet the needs of different groups of travelers. It is important for applicants to choose the typer of passport that best suits their travel needs.

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Every case we take on is based on our principles of trust, transparency, honesty, education, and above all, results. That is why our clients are always satisfied with our services and what differentiates us from the competition. 

Reduce the risk of application rejection

Get a thorough review of all applications and support for any government requests. With iBi, you have easy access to your attorney by phone or email support 7 days a week.

You don't have to chase down your lawyer

In too many firms, the client feels the burden of trying to drive progress with their lawyer or get updates on their case. As a client with iBi, you can relax knowing your attorney will check the status of your case every 5 days and send you a monthly check-in of all case developments.

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Traditional attorneys file through mail, which tremendously slows processing time. Your iBi attorney will file your case online, speeding up case processing times by 7 months on average.

Requirements to obtain the American Passport

Requirements for American Passport:
The requirements for obtaining a U.S. passport vary depending on each applicant’s individual situation, but the general requirements are as follows:

  • Be a U.S. citizen by birth or naturalization.
  • Provide proof of U.S. citizenship, such as a birth certificate or naturalization certificate.
  • Provide valid photo identification, such as a U.S. driver’s license, military ID, or a previous passport.
  • Provide two high-quality passport-size photographs that meet specific passport photo requirements.
  • Pay the appropriate fee. Fees vary depending on the type of passport and the age of the applicant.
  • If the applicant is a minor, the presence of one or both parents or legal guardians will also be required to sign the passport application. In addition, if the applicant has outstanding debts owed to the U.S. government, the issuance of a passport may be denied until those debts are paid or settled.


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    How long it takes to get your Passport?

    The time it takes to receive your U.S. passport at the consulate varies depending on where you apply and the time of year. In general, the processing of a passport takes 4-6 weeks from the date of application. However, it is important to note that during periods of high demand, such as summer vacations, it may take longer.

    When applying for the passport, you can select the option to pick up the passport in person or receive it by mail. If you choose to pick up your passport in person, an appointment will be scheduled to pick it up at the consulate after your application has been processed. If you choose to receive it by mail, it will be sent to the address provided on the application.

    It is recommended that you check with the appropriate U.S. Consulate in Mexico for current processing times and any additional information

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    FAQS American Passport

    A US passport is an official document that serves as proof of identity and US citizenship. It is used for international travel, as it is required by the immigration authorities of most countries.


    An adult US passport is valid for 10 years, while passports for minors are valid for 5 years.

    If your US passport has expired or is about to expire, you can renew it by completing a passport application and submitting the required documents. You can also renew by mail if you meet certain requirements.

    Yes, US citizens can have passports from other countries, but they must use their US passport when entering or leaving the United States.


    If you lose your US passport overseas, you should contact the nearest US embassy or consulate to obtain a replacement. You should also report the loss to local authorities and obtain a police report.

    It is recommended to apply for a US passport at least 6 weeks before an international trip. However, you can also apply for an expedited processing service if you need your passport before that time.