So many things they can still process in this crisis many documents to process no need to have the applicant at the office. So come on stop with the nonsense of covid 19 , they process payment very quick to send your documents very slow and delay of few months unfair .
Review by Jgerdeen10 months ago
The government employees are so unwilling to help people or do there jobs in a timely manner . They have forgotten who pays there salaries . It is so unfortunate that someone
Sitting behind a desk on a computer can cause so much stress for another person and try
To upset someone's vacation or plans . Some of the rudest people .
Review by StoneShale5 years ago
Before I jump into this, I must let the customer in on a few facts:
a) I was born in the Canal Zone in the early 70's to a military family.
b) Both Mother and Father are born in the U.S.
c) I was a military veteran of 5 years, honorably discharged.
d) 18 year law enforcement officer.
e) No legal issues at present or the past.
f) All money was paid up front.
g) I had in my possession a valid drivers license, social security card, a birth certificate, and a certified copy of my certificate of live birth.
What I will tell you is this. When you deal with the State Department prepare to dig in for a VERY LONG ordeal. The process is a shining example of just how broken our government agencies really are. You will be forced to endure and witness incompetency as well as a broken website. I will challenge any reader to find me a specific telephone number to a State Department Office. The have only one (1) main number and it takes you to a contractor. If you must send additional documentation as I did after being thoroughly vetted by the US Postal Service (Explain that one to me please,) You then begin to play the waiting game. If you were lucky enough to ring the bell the first time out, good on you! I was not so fortunate. I was told I needed additional documentation. Long story short and $238.78 bucks later, I still am nowhere near closer to receiving my passport. The process began on February the 10th of this year, and continues today. The government loves other peoples money, but does not have the ability to operate this bureaucratic monstrosity. Only advice I can give is, bring a lot of patience. I pray you weren't born abroad or you are in for a very mind numbing maze of paperwork.
See my review of the Social Security Card for further adventures of, "Toast tries to get a replacement Social Security Card."
Review by Cathern Carrejo5 years ago
This definitely can be trusted. The official US government website for travelling abroad and immigration.
Review by Vidur Alsaihati7 years ago
Very safe site and easy to use. However, their travel advisories are often incorrect.
Review by Tamlyne7 years ago
Travel advisories are very skewed and do not take into account cultural differences, nor do they update appropriately. It is very fear based and sounds a bit like Fox News.
Review by Spaec9 years ago
This site belongs to the U.S government. Perfectly safe and trusted.
Review by Sakyi Kallelis10 years ago
THIS WEBSITE IS AUTHENTIC GOVERNMENT HOSTED PASSPORT DISTRIBUTION:
Passport, Authentic and passed all safety tests.
Websites that are NOT authentic Government websites have bin linked with sex trafic and other illegal activities.
Review by Inolis10 years ago
good info here
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