Are you preparing travel documents? Whether you’re a first-time traveler or have been doing it for years, mistakes can lead to expensive penalties and a harsh rebuke from your travel agent or government. Here’s a guide on how to not make the same mistakes and get the best results!
First off, always read and practice the following tips:
- Make a copy of your passport and front and back of your driver’s license
- Familiarize yourself with the required forms
- Make a list of your possessions and where they will be travel-related
- Check with your travel agency or consulate for their specific procedures
- Check for potential fees
If you’re anything like me, the thought of traveling without proper documentation is daunting. But fear not, notarizing travel documents is a simply process that can be completed without much trouble. This process can be a little overwhelming at first but with a little practice, you’ll quickly become Standard Operating Procedure.
Once you’ve completed the notarization process, you’ll be able to take your documents to your travel agent or consulate to finalize your trip. The best news is that most embassies and carriers will allow for an expedited process so you’ll be able to travel without any hassles!