US Visa Connection Passport & Visa Expediting Services is available by phone & email to assist travelers with any questions or concerns they may have during these uniquly challenging times. In an effort to keep our team safe and healthy, for the duration of this crisis we ask that you call us first at 877-VISA-DOC (847-2362) before you place an order or ship anything to our office. 
 
Please be advised that ALL US Department of State Passport Agency and most foreign Embassy/Consulate locations in the United States are CLOSED until further notice, so we CANNOT process passport or visa applications at this time.
 
Please return to this page for information which will be updated daily or as new information becomes available including changes in government responses, entry regulations, and quarantine rules.

Due to the public health measures that have been put into place to try and limit the spread of COVID-19 (Corona Virus), effective from March 20, 2020, only customers needing a passport for immediate international travel within 72 hours due to a verifiable life or death emergency will be allowed appointments. Situations that qualify as life or death emergencies are serious illnesses, injuries, or deaths in your immediate family. You will need to provide evidence such as a death certificate, statement from a mortuary, or letter from a hospital which must be translated into English. Applicants that qualify must make an appointment to apply in person through the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-487-2778. Although US Visa Connection cannot process applications at this time, we are happy to assist by answering questions and offering advice as we can.


To date, a majority of countries have implemented travel restrictions including entry and exit limitations, visa and work permit issuance, port closures, social distancing advisements and quarantine rules in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19 (Corona Virus). If you have traveled to a country or region affected by coronavirus within the past 14 days you should expect additional questions upon entry and a medical evaluation. There is a possibilty you could be denied entry or even involuntarily detained and quarantined. It is advised if at all possible to avoid any international travel at this time.