Save Yourself From Flight Cancellation Hazards

People nowadays need to travel more than ever before. They need to travel for various reasons ranging from hard-core professional issues to fully customized family issues like travel or a visit to some other family member’s place. Now, with the increase in the amount of travel, the consequent traffic has also grown in number which has led to an increase in newer types of hazards in relation to travel. One of these hazards is definitely the increase in the number of cancelled flights which has been putting a lot of people under a lot of problems from various points of view. Continue reading

Choose a Group Trip – Vital Things to Consider and Make it a Memorable One

Are you planning to go on a group trip for your next vacation? If answered yes, you can be ready to meet some like-minded people and make the most out of your dollars. When you see the others being interested in the same itinerary, you tend to be satisfied to be on a trip with people who have the same interest as yours. The cost of the entire trip will cover some sight-seeing of popular tourist spots, meals and some other inclusions will lead to big-time savings. As long as choosing a group trip is concerned, there are hundreds of options. Know how you can find the best group for you. Continue reading

Pinoy passport applicants in Malaysia can check status online

Pinoy passport applicants in Malaysia can check status online
Filipinos who applied for a new passport or a passport renewal in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia can now check their application status online, according to the Philippine Embassy. "Using the Passport Application Number provided by the encoders towards the …
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How to Find a Lost Passport

Nothing gives you a sick feeling in the pit of your stomach like a lost passport. Before you panic, try using the following strategies to see if you can locate this important document:

 

Step 1: Remain Calm

 

There’s no sense in getting all worked up over a lost passport. Seriously, the more flustered you get, the less likely you are to be able to find it again. So, before you start looking, take a deep breath and calm down.

 

Step 2: Think Back

 

Now that you’re calm, think back to the last time you had your passport. Was it the last time you traveled overseas, or did you use it as ID to apply for a job or a new driver’s license? Once you remember where you had it last, consider where you might have put it.

 

Think carefully through this step. For example, if you remember putting it back in the drawer where it was supposed to be but it’s not there now, ask yourself if you’ve rummaged through or reorganized the drawer since then.

 

Also, ask your family or anyone else who might have seen your passport to join you in this exercise.

 

Step 3: Make a List, Check it Twice

 

Now, make a list of all the possible places that you could have put your lost passport. Then, check each place thoroughly and methodically. Also, check the entire 18-inch area around the places where you think your passport might be. It might have gotten knocked underneath or between other objects. f you still haven’t found your passport, go through the whole process again.

 

Step 4: Replacing your Lost Passport

 

Don’t be afraid to repeat the process above more than once, but at some point you have to be willing to give up and move on. To replace a lost passport, you’ll need to apply in person at a post office or other passport acceptance facility. Regular passport processing takes 6 weeks or longer, while the government’s expedited processing takes 3 weeks. If you need faster service to replace your lost passport, you can apply at a Regional Passport Agency Office or use a private passport expediting company.

 

Alison Kroulek is a freelance writer and blogger with a focus on the travel industry.

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This month the message is clear – check your passport and apply early. And to remind people the Identity and Passport Service has launched Passport Pete, a cartoon about a man who didn’t check his passport in time and missed out on a holiday.

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