Most of the news you find about passports out there is about a stolen passport, or the difficulty someone experienced getting their passport.
We like to find inspiring stories of someone using their passport to fulfill a dream of traveling the world, helping people around the world, or in this case ….someone really thrilled with renewing their passport.
This is Ray Exum. He likes to be prepared in case he gets invited to the West Indies by a beautiful traveling companion. He renewed his passport and invites you to explore it page by page for it’s sheer awesomeness.
So you got your necessary documents for a passport renewal together and now you’ve had the passport agent witness and seal your envelope.
You bring it to Texas Tower for processing and now what? How does tracking US passport renewal work?
We offer two ways to keep in touch with our clients during the renewal process. You can either take advantage of our Real Time Tracking which is available 24/7 or simply call us and let a staff member give you a status during regular business hours.
If you are an American and wish to travel to Pakistan, you will require a visa no matter if you are going for business or pleasure.
There are some special notices that go along with obtaining a Pakistani visa. Your maximum stay in the country can be for 30 consecutive days. The processing time can run 4-6 weeks and expedited service is not available for a Pakistan visa.
At the time of this writing, the Embassy of Pakistan advises that those traveling for Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO); humanitarian; missionary organizations, may be delayed several weeks.
The probability of obtaining a visa to Pakistan are slim at this time, but a an invitation from the host organization in Pakistan should also be provided and can help your case for travel.
Please be aware that because there is a service fee and embassy fee, if your visa is not obtained, there is no refund of these fees.
If you’d like to apply for a visa to Pakistan, please visit our Pakistani visa page for the latest forms and instructions. If you have any questions, just call us (713) 874-1420, a staff member is ready to assist you.
The short answer to that question is : probably not.
U.S. citizens traveling to Denmark for business or pleasure will not need a visa to enter the country. You will need a valid passport.
However if you are a citizen of another country and plan to visit Denmark, you may require a visa. Please contact our office and one of our professional agents will help you determine if a visa is required for your individual travel needs.
We work one-on-one with our clients to make sure your travel happens as smoothly as possible.
Standard processing time for a travel visa is 5-10 business days, however Rush and Emergency processing services are available as fast as 1 day.
If you are traveling to Denmark, call us today (713) 874-1420, to see what documents are necessary.
We work on the business end of making the travel plans for our clients as seamless as possible. We expedite passport, visit the consulates, get travel visas in order, translate documents, and obtain the occasional certificate or international driving permit.
All of these things enable our clients to visit the world and with that in mind, we ran across a great blog post put together by Gary Arndt. He sold his house in 2007 and began traveling the world. It’s a great blog, definitely worth visiting.
Here are a few excerpts :
“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” – Aldous Huxley
“The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Saint Augustine
“To travel is to take a journey into yourself.” – Danny Kaye
TexasTower.net is registered, but not affiliated, with the US Government for obtaining travel documents. Our service charges an additional fee to expedite your passport in 24 hours to 12 days. If you do not wish to use our services, you can obtain your passport directly from the U.S. Department of State in 4-7 weeks.