What is Travel Registration?
Travel Registration is provided by the U.S. Department of State for U.S. citizens traveling abroad. You can register your trip with the U.S. Department of State and they will use this information to assist you in case of an emergency.
As an additional service, Visas & Passports 2 Go, Inc. will register our client's international trip and provide our clients with up to date information about the destination country's travel warnings.
How do you sign up for travel registration?
Simply fill out our visa or passport order form and indicate that you want us to register your trip. Also, include your emergency contact information when sending us your passport. If you need instructions or have any questions, please visit our travel registration page or give us a call.
Passport Replacement Program
What is the Passport Replacement Program?
VP2Go designed this program for U.S. Passport Holders to help our travelers safeguard their passports. If your passport gets lost, stolen or damaged, we will waive our processing fees and replace your passport. This is an additional service we provide to our clients. At a small cost, it allows our travelers a provision against accidents.
What kind of coverage does the program offer?
If you enroll in our Passport Replacement Program and your passport is lost, stolen or damaged, we will waive our processing fees and standard shipping fees.
What is not included in the program offer?
- Passport Agency fees
- Passport photo costs
How do you sign up for the Passport Replacement Program?
Simply fill out our visa or passport order form and indicate that you want us to enroll you in our Passport Replacement Program.
If you need to make a claim or if you need additional instructions or have any questions, please visit our passport replacement program page or give us a call.
We specialize in getting documents authenticated quickly and professionally. You
will find it easier than ever to legalize documents.
The U.S. Department of State authenticates documents using the imprint of it's Seal. The Authentication Office signs and issues certificates under the Seal. The Department of State provides authentication services to U.S. citizens as well as foreign nationals. These apply to all documents that will be used overseas.
Most documents that are used outside the U.S. require a notary public, state or federal official seal. These documents are not valid unless they have been authenticated by the Department of State and legalized by the consulate of a particular country.