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HONOLULU (KITV4) – The highly-anticipated return of unrestricted international travel to Japan on October 11 is a good reminder to assess your passport needs prior to planned travel.
The U.S. Department of State encourages U.S. travelers to be prepared by knowing their passport’s expiration date and applying well before travel dates.
Applying in the fall or winter allows for faster routine processing due to lower seasonal demand.
In a statement the Department of State wrote, “Travelers should plan ahead and apply for their passports early to avoid the stress and extra cost for expedited processing.  With timely effort, applicants also avoid the need for last-minute appointments at regional passport agencies, which become increasingly difficult to obtain when demand is high.”
Many countries require passports to be valid for at least six months after arrival abroad. In most cases, passengers will not be allowed to board an international flight departing the United States if they do not have the required amount of validity remaining on their passports. Renewing a passport when there is one year of validity remaining is recommended.
The Department has issued 17.9 million passport books and cards in 2022.
For more information on how or where to apply, visit Travel.State.Gov/passports
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