The US government issues passports through the Department of State’s
Office of Passport Services. They can be obtained by applying by
mail (for renewals or adding pages) or in person at government offices
such as a local post office or court house. Or, for faster and more
attentive service, you can apply through a passport expediting company
like It’s Easy.
Submitting your passport application through an expediter saves
you the time and inconvenience of having to deal with the government
agencies yourself. For example, if you have to get a passport at
the last minute, you won’t have to make an appointment at
a government passport agency, which you would have to do without
an expediter. That means fewer miles in the car traveling to the
government building, no annoying wait in line, and less time away
from work and home.
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Using a passport expediting service will also get you a passport
faster than the government offices can. Even the government’s
“expedited” service takes at least two weeks (often
longer), while It’s Easy can get your passport in a matter
of days – even in one day if you need it for urgent travel.
Because of our direct access to the government passport agencies,
we can avoid the usual delays and waits, and get passports more
efficiently for our clients.
Finally, passport expediters are first and foremost concerned with
customer service, which is often not the government’s biggest
concern. This means that when you apply for a passport through It’s
Easy, we will make sure your application is complete before we submit
it, we keep track of it carefully throughout the process, and contact
you immediately if there are any issues. It is our business to make
the passport process as quick and easy as possible, navigating the
government red-tape for you. Even more, we are available to answer
your passport questions 24 hours a day at our toll-free number,
Please visit It’s Easy’s passport pages for more information
about our expediting service or for general information about getting
a US passport. The State Department’s travel.state.gov site
is also an excellent resource for general travel information and
specific information about passports.