Re-newing your U.S. passport just got a lot easier!
When you’re an American abroad and need to renew your U.S. passport, things can get a little tricky: Sure, you can mail the forms in and add a check for the fee to the envelope – but where are you going to get a check in Austria?
If you’re in Vienna, you could also make an appointment, go to the consulate and pay in cash. But it’ll take you some time and if you live outside of Vienna: That’s easily a day-trip.
Today, we’re proud to announce MyExpatPassport! In cooperation with the U.S. embassy in Austria, you now have the option of sending your forms and documentation to the same people who already brought you MyExpatTaxes and MyExpatCommunity.
For a small handling fee, we will make sure that all that’s required for your new U.S. passport is in order, then deliver them in person to the U.S. consulate. About 6-8 days later, you’ll receive your brand-new U.S. passport in the mail!
You can check out our new site at https://www.myexpatpassport.com!
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