FILM TOUR QUESTIONS
NOTE: For all international trips, your passport must be valid for at least a period of 90 days after your original departure date.
1. Proof of U.S. citizenship, such as a birth certificate; 2. A valid form of photo identification, such as a driver’s license or state id; and, 3. Two photos in the specific size noted on the application.
You must also appear in person for the following: 1. If you do not have possession of your expired U. S. passport; 2. If your U.S. passport has expired and was issued more than 15 years ago; 3. If your previous passport was issued when you were under 16 years old; or,4. If your valid U.S. passport has been lost or stolen.
Acceptance facilities include many federal, state and probate courts, post offices, some public libraries and a number of county and municipal offices. A web search will provide a facility near you. There are also 13 regional passport agencies, most of which serve only those who are departing urgently. Appointments are required in such cases. DO NOT DELAY SECURING A PASSPORT.
NOTE: If you plan to use ATM/Debit or credit cards, you will need to notify your bank of your international travel plans prior to departure. Banks will often put a hold on an account when charges appear from foreign countries, and you could lose access to your money while abroad. Be sure to provide your travel dates and destination cities to your financial institution before departing on your tour.