US Passports


New PasspoprtSince 1981 Travisa has been helping individuals, travel agents and corporate travel departments to expedite passports and visas.

Trouble with your passport renewal?

Our passport and visa consultants will help you. Travisa works with the U.S. Department of State Passport Agencies to expedite new passports, passport renewals and passport amendments (additional passport pages, passport name changes and second valid passports).


Travisa can expedite the processing of your passport as quickly as you need according to your departure date. We offer rush and emergency passport processing.

Apply for a New US Passport (First Time Passport) if:
  • you have never had a US passport, or
  • you have lost a valid US passport, or
  • your passport was issued more than 15 years ago, or
  • your most recent passport is damaged or mutilated, or
  • your most recent US passport was issued prior to 16th birthday.
Renew your US Passport if:
  • your passport is expired, or will expire within one year, and
  • you are able to submit your most recent US passport, and
  • your expired passport was issued within the past 15 years, and
  • your expired passport was issued when you were 16 years of age or older, and
  • your expired passport is not heavily damaged or mutilated.
Add new visa pages to your passport if:
  • you have used all or most of the available visa pages inside your valid US passport, and
  • your US passport will not expire within the next year, and
  • your passport is not damaged or mutilated.
Apply to change the name in your passport if:
  • you are able to submit your valid US passport, and
  • you can document that your name has legally changed since the passport was issued, and
  • your valid passport was issued when you were 16 years of age or older, and your valid passport is not heavily damaged or mutilated.
You can apply for a second valid US passport if:
  • you are able to submit your current, valid US passport, and
  • you can document that you have a need for two valid US passports, and
  • your current, valid passport was issued when you were 16 years of age or older, and
  • your current, valid passport is not heavily damaged or mutilated.
Passport Card -
The U.S. Passport Card can be used to enter the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Bermuda at land border crossings or sea ports-of-entry. You can apply for a new US passport or passport renewal and a US passport card at the same time. This is a convenient option for frequent travelers to have both a valid passport for air travel and a passport card for travel to these destinations by land or sea. The passport card cannot be used for international travel by air.