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Passport Application - Travel plans field

Discussion in 'Life After Citizenship' started by M92Denver, May 13, 2008.

  1. M92Denver

    M92Denver Registered Users (C)

    Are the "Travel plans" info (filed 19) on the passport application form required?
    It asks for date of trip, length of trip, and countries to be visited.

    I don't have any trips coming up, I just want to get my passport asap.
     
  2. LolaLi

    LolaLi Active Member

    No they are not. You can leave that field blank as well as the emergency contact. There are a few fields that are optional and if you use the online form to fill out the application, you will be able to tell which ones are mandatory versus optional. For example, you must list the names of your parents and indicate whether or not your they are U.S. Citizens, but you do not have to give their date or place of birth.

    Just use the online form to complete the application if you can and all items marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.
     
  3. serra142

    serra142 Registered Users (C)

    If you are going to passport agency in person to apply due to immediate travel plans, they may care about it. Otherwise they don't.
    In my case, they just asked me for a date that I am travelling. Didn't care to see copy of ticket. Said he doesn't need it.

     
  4. defender777

    defender777 New Member

    going to passport agency indeed make a difference...
     
  5. absrao

    absrao Registered Users (C)

    Use Dept of State online form to fill the Passport application. Its easy to use and will guide you through telling you what information is required/not required. You will be surprised on how little information they really need. You do need to have printer to print the form after filling it using their wizard though.
     
  6. kolsols

    kolsols New Member

    A passport agency can be in better position to give an authenticated view about this particular matter.
     
  7. mans123

    mans123 New Member

    i was looking for the same information...thanks. I'm planning to visit my nearby travel agent to get things done.
     
  8. baxterbaker

    baxterbaker Registered Users (C)

    Great post! Thanks for sharing.
     
  9. gvaknin

    gvaknin Registered Users (C)

    Hi All,

    I have just been naturalized, and have submitted my application with the USPS (traveling in 7 weeks). The clerk indicated that I filled too much (I did nto use the on-line application :( ) but it is not a problem at all.
    Does anybody know how long does it take to get the Passport and Card? I am not sure if it matters, but I am from MI.

    Thanks,

    G.
     
  10. nkm-oct23

    nkm-oct23 Registered Users (C)

    Routine service takes 4-6 weeks and expedited takes 2-3 weeks.
     
  11. gvaknin

    gvaknin Registered Users (C)

    Thanks nkm-oct23 :)
     
  12. JEngram

    JEngram New Member

    Passport application

    After your ceremony, if you need your passport application filed quickly, there are some companies that can help you with that.
     
  13. gvaknin

    gvaknin Registered Users (C)

    My check was just cleared by the passport agency, but no status on-line. Is that how it's supposed to be?
     
  14. cafeconleche

    cafeconleche Registered Users (C)

    Does the post office give you any trouble if you fill in none of the optional information online?
     
  15. gvaknin

    gvaknin Registered Users (C)

    I am not sure I undnerstand "optimal" but if you are asking about missing info, then the answer is yes. They need to see that all the pertinent fields are filled in, and that the info you provided is accurate. While the required data on-line is what is necessary, you cannot provide less than that. I did not use the on-line version so answered just about every question.
    I still can't see my case on-line although my check was cashed today. i do not know if this is how it's supposed to be, but will give it another day.

    Good luck tomorrow,

    G.
     
  16. cafeconleche

    cafeconleche Registered Users (C)

  17. defender777

    defender777 New Member

    If u need to travel any other country then you have need passport.
     
  18. cafeconleche

    cafeconleche Registered Users (C)

  19. mans123

    mans123 New Member

    Very Simple. Go to Passport office. Paid passport fee and Apply for passport.
     
  20. rmiriyala

    rmiriyala Registered Users (C)

    I applied for PP today. I filled my PP application online and printed for applying PP. I applied near by Post Office. I do not have any issues, as far as the PP person at Post Office is concerned.

    I did not filled travel plan columns. I filled up all required columns in on-line application and optionals whatever i can, like additional contact details, emergency contact details etc.
     

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