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Peace Of Mind In An Uncertain Era Of Travel

Today’s international travel requires preparedness, accurate information, and the expertise of seasoned professionals. Guided-Entry brings together our unique expertise, highest levels of professional services, expansive global footprint, and close relationships with governments throughout the world. Guided-Entry is the essential service every international traveler needs in an era of challenging and uncertain international travel. Learn More

"Navigating the rules for visas in a normal year can be daunting. Add trying to navigate it in a pandemic and it seems impossible. I am so grateful for your service and helping answer all my questions, not just with visa requirements, but with understanding the rules for pre-boarding testing requirements".-A Satisfied Guided-Entry customer

Guided-Entry gets you the visa you need as quickly and as simply as possible, overcoming the hurdles you will encounter along the way. It offers one-on-one advice and consultation, our Informed Traveler service, assistance preparing all documentation, timely reminders, and quick solutions to the common and unique challenges you’ll encounter when requesting a visa in this turbulent era of travel. Take control of the changing rules and regulations with Guided-Entry and travel the world with renewed confidence – safely, securely, and on your timeline.

With Guided-Entry you will receive:

  1. One-to-one consultations  with an expert consultant and personalized management of your individual order
  2. Our Informed Traveler service—an end-to-end itinerary review to ensure your travel meets current regulations for entry, transit points, health requirements, and what to expect when you return home
  3. Step-by-step instructions  for each stage of the visa process, including complex government documents and assistance in obtaining them
  4. Priority Handling, Priority Submission  —your Guided-Entry specialist will handle your request with the highest priority
  5. Tailored Updates  —Stay apprised of every step in the process via your preferred method of contact - phone, email or text

Please note that each traveler selecting Guided-Entry will be assessed $399.00 in addition to consular fees and processing services. A $90.00 fee will be charged for each additional destination.

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To qualify for a passport renewal, you must be able to answer YES to all of the following conditions:

  • I am a U.S. citizen
  • I can provide my most recent passport
  • I was at least 16 years old when my most recent passport was issued
  • I was issued my most recent passport LESS than 15 years ago
  • I use the same name as the name reflected on my most recent passport OR I have changed my name and can submit a marriage certificate or court decree to verify this change

To qualify for a first time passport, the applicant must:

  • Provide proof of U.S. citizenship (such as a birth or naturalization certificate)
  • Have a government-issued photo ID (such as a driver's license or military ID)
  • Be over the age of 16
  • Be able to provide proof of name change if your name is different than the one on your old passport (marriage certificate or court order)

To replace your lost or stolen passport, you must be able to answer YES to one of the following conditions:

  • My valid U.S. passport has been lost or stolen
  • My expired U.S. passport has been lost or stolen

To change the name on your passport, you must:

  • Submit your original marriage certificate or court decree as evidence of your name change

To replace your damaged passport, you must be able to answer YES to one or more of the following conditions:

  • My valid U.S. passport is frayed, torn, separating, or altered in some other way
  • My valid U.S. passport has been deemed unsuitable for use by U.S. immigration authorities

To qualify for a child's passport, the applicant must:

  • Be under 16 years of age
  • Have consenting parents or legal guardians willing to complete a passport application on their behalf
  • Be able to appear in person with their parents or legal guardians to complete their passport application process

To obtain a Second Passport, evidence of one or more of the following must be present:

  • Consecutive dates of international travel causing conflict with normal visa processing procedures
  • Planned entrance into certain Arab Nations or Israel
  • Multiple visa stamps prohibiting travel within certain Arab Nations or Israel
  • Documented need to travel between certain Arab Nations or Israel