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If you’re like most people, your passport is one of the most important documents you own. After all, it’s your ticket to international travel. But what happens if your passport expires while you’re already on your trip?

Luckily, it’s not as difficult as you might think to renew your passport while you’re traveling. In fact, with a little planning, you can have your new passport in hand in no time. Here’s what you need to do if your passport expires while you’re traveling:

First, check the expiration date on your passport. If it’s within six months of expiration, you can renew it by mail. However, if it’s expired or will expire within the next six months, you’ll need to renew it in person.

Giving Passport To Embassy Worker

To renew your passport in person, you’ll need to go to a passport office or an acceptance facility. You can find a passport office or acceptance facility by searching online or calling the State Department’s National Passport Information Center.

At the passport office or acceptance facility, you’ll need to fill out a passport application and submit it, along with your most recent passport, two passport photos, and the applicable fees. You can find the passport application online or at a passport office or acceptance facility.

Once your application is complete, the passport office or acceptance facility will issue you a new passport. In most cases, you’ll have your new passport in hand within a few weeks. So, there’s no need to worry if your passport expires while you’re traveling. With a little planning, you can easily renew it and be on your way.