Mt. Juliet Travel

A passport is a U.S. citizen’s key to international travel. CA has a significant domestic presence, most notably the 29 U.S. Passport agencies and centers, 26 of which deal directly with the U.S. public.

Below are some helpful links to answer questions you may have about Passports.

How to Apply
Where & When to Apply
Lost or Stolen Passports
Passport Photo Requirements
Get Your Passport in a Hurry
Life or Death Emergencies
Current Processing Times
Passport Fees
Application Status
National Passport Information Center Information
Schengen Countries Travel

We offer several resources for U.S. citizens planning trips abroad. These resources include information about health, safety, security, transportation, local laws, visa requirements, and passport validity requirements for their destination. Enrollment in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) also allows U.S. citizens travelers to receive updates while traveling.

Learn About Your Destination
Find a U.S. Embassy Abroad
Travel Alerts & Warnings
Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
Vaccinations & Insurance
Traveler’s Checklist

The U.S. Department of State and our embassies and consulates abroad have no greater responsibility than the protection of U.S. citizens overseas. We do this through routine and emergency services to U.S. citizens at our embassies and consulates around the world. We serve our fellow citizens during their most important moments – births, deaths, disasters, arrests, and medical emergencies.

Sending Money to U.S. Citizens Overseas  
What the State Department Can & Cannot Do in a Crisis Abroad
Death Abroad
Emergency Contact Numbers for U.S. Citizens Abroad
Medical Evacuations
How to Locate a Missing Person Abroad

Further useful information for the traveling U.S. public overseas.

Customs & Import Restrictions
Traveling With Firearms
Hajj & Umrah Travel
Traveling With a Pet
Cruise Passengers
Global Entry
TSA Pre-check