I know it’s right! If you want to shorten the process to upgrade passport, some significant changes are on the way! In accordance with Hill, The State Department has temporarily revived a pilot program that allows people to renew their passports online, speeding up the renewal process. Reports say the state is resuming the program for a limited time. This comes after he hit his monthly target last month for the number of volunteers who checked him out.

The best part of the program is that it will significantly reduce the waiting time and queues for people who want to renew their passports. The department offered a passport renewal program for 25,000 people in August, and in Chile the enrollment limit was reached in just ten days.

Now, Neighbors, there is a specific list of requirements for those interested in participating in the pilot program. Here is the tea. All participants must be at least 25 years old, have passports from 9 to 15 years old. In addition, participants must have a passport that has been or is valid for at least ten years.
The cool thing about this process is that registrants can upload a digital photo for their new passport!

If you currently have a passport, you know how long it takes to process. It now shows the process taking 7 to 10 weeks, and 4 to 6 weeks if you pay an additional $60 fee to expedite it. Little changes with the online process. Processing time for online requests will be the same as renewals by mail.

The program will be fully launched in November. Roommates, will you take advantage? Leave a comment and let us know.