Time running out to get passports for holiday travel
With the upcoming holidays, area residents may be planning an overseas getaway or a visit with family in another country.
That means a passport will be needed. And time is running out to get one in time.
The standard processing time for a passport is four to six weeks, but the service can be expedited to two to three weeks for an extra fee and overnight delivery.
The county offers passport services at the County Administration Center downtown at 1600 Pacific Highway in Room 402 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. excluding county holidays. No appointment is necessary, and free, three-hour parking is available. Photo services are also available.
For more information, visit sandiegocob.com.
Who should maintain a valid U.S. passport?
•Those with family living or traveling abroad
•Those thinking of taking a vacation abroad
•Those who travel internationally for work
Who should apply for a U.S. passport card?
•Those who cross the international borders into Mexico or Canada
•Anyone who wants to save time at a border checkpoint by using a Ready Lane
U.S. citizens returning to the country must show their passport book or card. Passport books are required for international air travel. Passport cards may only be used at U.S. and sea ports-of-entry from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, or Bermuda.
In the event of an emergency involving a family member abroad, a short-notice airfare bargain or an
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