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What to Do If You Lose Your Vaccine Card

While debates rage about whether we need national or state “vaccine passports,” the truth is that we already have one, and it’s a little piece of paper with some numbers and your name scrawled on it. These cards, originally intended as a convenient reminder for personal use, are increasingly being used as proof of…Read more...
Tags: Health, Medicine, Vaccination, Vaccine, Lifehacks, Vaccines, Immunology, Passports, Office Depot, Human Interest, Medical Specialties, Pharmaceuticals Policy, Health Medical Pharma, Immunity Passport, Vaccination Requirements For International Travel, Vaccination Policy


How to Prepare for Your Post-Vax Slutty Summer

Adults are, of course, allowed to bang other consenting adults, and as of this week, they’re also all allowed to get vaccinated against COVID-19. And after over a year of mandated—and necessary—isolation, everybody’s randy. Hell, everybody’s been randy, but the vaccine rollout has finally revealed a light at the end…Read more...
Tags: Lifehacks, Biden, Immunology, Passports, Johnson Johnson, Colleen, COVID, Danielle Noguera, Drex Clemons


Get All This Free Stuff With Proof of Your COVID Vaccination

So far, 23.6% of the U.S. population has been fully vaccinated, and businesses are giving people a bit of a nudge by offering free products and services to people who show proof of their COVID-19 vaccination. Here are a few perks of getting your jab taken care of.Read more...
Tags: Lyft, Uber, Restaurants, Aldi, Vaccination, Lifehacks, American Culture, Medical Records, Passports, Office Depot, Petco, Krispy Kreme, Sam Adams, Fast Food Restaurants, Sam Adam, Covid 19


What You Need To Know About New York's 'Vaccine Passport'

On Friday, New York became the first state to formally roll out a digital vaccination “passport” that residents can flash as proof that they’ve either gotten jabbed or tested negative for covid-19. Per a statement from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office, the state developed the tech, dubbed Excelsior Pass, alongside IBM as a…Read more...
Tags: Health, New York, Science, Medicine, Microsoft, Vaccination, World Health Organization, Ibm, Vaccine, Vaccines, Biden, Andrew Cuomo, Oracle, Mayo Clinic, Tropical Diseases, Medical Records


How to Get Your Vaccine Card Laminated for Free

Staples must have seen all the attention Krispy Kreme is getting for handing out free doughnuts to vaccinated people all year long—with proof via a valid vaccination card—because now they’re offering to laminate those cards for all of us for free. In the latest installment of Nice Things Companies Are Doing For Us…Read more...
Tags: Health, Articles, Staples, Vaccination, World Health Organization, Lifehacks, Vaccines, Tropical Diseases, Medical Records, Passports, Office Depot, Krispy Kreme, Medical Specialties, Lamination, Health Medical Pharma


Hong Kong residents given new UK visa option but China has vowed to stop recognizing British National Overseas passports

British National Overseas passports, or BN(O)s, and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China passports. Tyrone Siu/Reuters The UK government on Sunday opened visa applications for Hongkongers with British National Overseas passports.  China on Friday said it would stop recognizing the passports as valid travel documents. "We will live up to our historic responsibility," said Dominic Raab, foreign secretary. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more sto...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, UK, China, Trends, Bloomberg, Boris Johnson, Passports, Foreign Ministry, Republic of China, Apple Daily, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, O, European Economic Area, Jimmy Lai, Dominic Raab


Motsoaledi blames ‘porous’ and ‘rotten’ borders for Bushiris’ escape

Home affairs minister admits South Africa has weak borders, and that the Bushiris had 10 passports between them The post Motsoaledi blames ‘porous’ and ‘rotten’ borders for Bushiris’ escape appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Theft, Fraud, South Africa, Diplomacy, National, Parliament, Bail, Borders, Malawi, Home Affairs, Escape, Passports, Motsoaledi, Aaron Motsoaledi, Shepherd Bushiri, Waterkloof Airforce Base


These Countries Have Shorter Residency Requirements for Citizenship & Passports

Regardless of the outcome of the upcoming election, there will probably be the usual choruses of “I’m moving to Canada!” from those who aren’t on board with the results. And it’s not only voters: one of the two major-party candidates, current president Donald Trump, issued a similar threat/promise earlier this month.…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Immigration, Canada, Lifehacks, Donald Trump, Passports


These Countries Have Shorter Residency Requirements for Citizenship

Regardless of the outcome of the upcoming election, there will probably be the usual choruses of “I’m moving to Canada!” from those who aren’t on board with the results. And it’s not only voters: one of the two major-party candidates, current president Donald Trump, issued a similar threat/promise earlier this month.…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Immigration, Canada, Lifehacks, Donald Trump, Passports


New or Renewed Passports During Pandemic

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - New or Renewed Passports During Pandemic If you need a passport or need an expiring passport renewed, you’re not alone. There’s a backlog of nearly 2 million people waiting. To compound matters, even if your passport has six months of validity remaining, there are many countries that won’t let you enter if your passport will expire in less than half a... The post New or Renewed Passports During Pandemic appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Det...
Tags: Travel, Passports, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, The Essentials, Coronavirus


US customs agents have already intercepted thousands of fake IDs this year at a single shipping hub

The US Customs and Border Patrol in Cincinnati, Ohio announced that they've intercepted more than 2,000 fake driver's licenses and 1,600 "ID-making materials" coming through a single express courier hub just this year. Meanwhile, college freshman across the country bow their heads in sorrow. From Cincinnati.com: The counterfeit licenses, which came in 343 shipments, originated in China. The fake passports were from various countries in Africa and South America.The shipments were headed to add...
Tags: Post, News, China, Africa, US, United States, South America, Border Patrol, Documents, Identification, Cincinnati, Passports, U S Customs, Border Protection, Cincinnati Ohio, US Customs


More U.S. Residents Are Getting Dual Citizenship in Greece, Italy and Elsewhere

Many U.S. citizens whose families immigrated from Europe are eligible, and the pandemic has caused an uptick in applications.
Tags: Europe, News, United States, Passports, Greece Italy, Citizenship and Naturalization, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Pompeo Says He and Military Warned Russia on Bounties for Killing U.S. Troops

The secretary of state’s acknowledgment came as a new detail surfaced about the intelligence that led to the C.I.A. assessment.
Tags: News, Russia, Afghanistan, Taliban, Defense Department, Central Intelligence Agency, Trump, Passports, Mike, Lavrov, Pompeo, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Azizi, Espionage and Intelligence Services, Milley


Where an American Passport Doesn’t Work: The World, and Irish Pubs

Will the coronavirus finally show Americans how much privilege they’ve enjoyed?
Tags: News, Asylum, Ireland, Travel Warnings, Passports, Immigration and Emigration, Right of, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Travel Restrictions on Americans Erode a Sense of Passport Privilege

As countries across the world ease coronavirus restrictions but block American travelers, a long-held sense that the U.S. passport was a golden ticket is losing its luster.
Tags: News, Mexico, European Union, Canada, United States, Travel Warnings, Passports, United States International Relations, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Coronavirus Reopenings


How Long Will It Take to Get a Passport Right Now?

After months spent at a standstill, travelers are finally starting to move about the globe again—or at least starting to think about it. And as government offices begin to ramp up operations once again, passport services are reopening in phases. If you’re planning ahead for a trip outside the country, here’s what you…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Lifehacks, Passport, Passports


Virus Delays Passports for 1.7 Million Americans

The State Department says it could take up to eight weeks to process passport applications that have piled up during consular closings caused by the coronavirus.
Tags: News, State Department, Passports, Americans Abroad, United States Politics and Government, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


How to Change Your Name on Your Passport

Congrats! You carried out your nuptials during a quiet quarantine Zoom ceremony and now you’re stepping into a new role as Mr. or Mrs. [insert new last name here]. Or maybe that Bali retreat you took before the pandemic led to spiritual enlightenment and your new name is “Radiant Sunflower.” In either case, you’ll be…Read more...
Tags: Bali, Lifehacks, Passports


US passport supremacy might be over

Telling Americans they can’t travel to Europe this summer is like telling a high school kid he can’t buy a ticket to prom because he flunked health science. Americans don’t take “no” very well. And why should they? The US passport grants access to 184 of the world’s 195 countries, and Americans have grown pretty comfortable viewing the world like a neighbor’s yard with no fence and no trespassing laws. Thanks to the US’s poor response to the pandemic, however, that reality is about to change....
Tags: Travel, Europe, Greece, Bali, US, America, Eu, Spain, Austria, Dubai, Yankees, Istanbul, Cw, Uae, Jakarta, Passport


How to Get a Passport for the First Time

One of the first rites of passage for any traveler is getting your passport. And while some people have been traveling internationally since they were little, plenty of others have never had a passport and don’t know how to get the process started. This is for them. (Please note: Applying for a passport as described…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Lifehacks, Passports


Create a Passport with Your Kids to Virtually 'Travel' the World

As an inveterate traveler, I find it really hard right now to be stuck at home without any actual place to go or plans for travel in the near future. Still, I’m an adult who understands the reasons we’re not traveling; my son, he just wants to “go”—somewhere, anywhere. Kids who love to travel or are used to getting…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Lifehacks, Passports, Virtually Travel the World


At Least 13,500 Americans Abroad Need Help Getting Home, State Dept. Says

About 5,700 U.S. citizens and legal residents have already returned with the government’s assistance, and flights scheduled this week could help another 1,600.
Tags: Cruises, News, United States, Peru, State Department, Honduras, Defense Department, Ghana, Passports, Homeland Security Department, United States Politics and Government, Travel and Vacations, Evacuations and Evacuees, Quarantines, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Britons disappointed by post-Brexit passports not actually being blue

Britons were told that leaving the European Union would allow them to go back to using traditional "blue" passports instead of the supposedly EU-mandated brown ones. One of the stranger lies of Brexit (the EU "harmonized" passport designs but Britain could have had blue ones if it wanted) it's now falling in on itself, because the new passports are actually black. It turns out the traditional "blue" passports were always black, but as Marshall McLuhan said the English remember nothing. Now every...
Tags: Post, News, Eu, European Union, Britain, Brexit, Passports, The Home Office, Marshall McLuhan, Dark Navy


Never Put a Novelty Souvenir Stamp in Your Real Passport

If you’re a frequent traveler, then you may one day run into an offer for a souvenir passport stamp. Antarctica offers a stamp at some of its scientific stations, Machu Picchu offers a stamp at the entrance of the Inca ruins, and the town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch in Wales offers a…Read more...
Tags: Traveling, Wales, Antarctica, Lifehacks, Travel Tips, Machu Picchu, Passports


There Are 13 Quotations in a U.S. Passport. Guess How Many Are From Men?

A passport is supposed to represent the people who carry it, but the current American booklet largely leaves women out.
Tags: News, Passports, United States Politics and Government, Women and Girls, Travel and Vacations


Freeze on Global Entry Enrollment for New Yorkers: What We Know

How does the suspension affect those currently enrolled, those who have applied and those who want to apply in the future?
Tags: News, Cuomo, Trump, Drivers Licenses, Passports, Wolf, Homeland Security Department, Donald J, Andrew M, Cuccinelli, Customs and Border Protection (US, Kenneth T II, Chad F


With Brexit Official, Britons Start a ‘Brexodus’ From Brussels

For many, it was an awkward and wrenching week of farewells. But most are racing to claim different passports, so they might keep lucrative jobs.
Tags: News, Brussels, Great Britain, Passports, Great Britain Withdrawal from EU (Brexit, Brussels (Belgium, Legislatures and Parliaments


It’s Passport Time!

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - It’s Passport Time! This is the time of year when many Americans apply for their passports —  either new or renewal.   But there are a few things you need to know. While your U.S. passport has a validity of 10 years, childrens’ passports expire in five.   But don’t wait until the last minute to renew your... The post It’s Passport Time! appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
Tags: Travel, Passports, Peter Greenberg, The Essentials


Best citizenships in the world

Your country of citizenship can play a huge role in determining not only the quality of your daily life, but also your travel prospects. A new index released by Italian Dual Citizenships is revealing which countries have the best citizenship benefits across categories like passport mobility, parental leave, political democracy, equal marriage rights, human rights, women’s rights, property rights, and healthcare. Due to its extensive efforts to provide benefits to its citizens, like 12 weeks o...
Tags: Travel, US, Ireland, Citizenship, Iceland, Cape Verde, Botswana, All, Passports, Giancarlo Liguori Shutterstock Ireland, Iceland Ireland Finland


Expedite Your Next Passport Renewal Using This App

Now there’s even more of a reason to use Mobile Passport: you can use it to renew your passport.Read more...
Tags: Travel, Lifehacks, Travel Tips, Passports