In order to obtain a passport, the application process requires evidence of U.S. citizenship, photo identification, a passport photo and Form DS-11. A certified U.S. birth certificate, a previous U.S. passport, a consular report of birth abroad or a certificate of naturalization/citizenship is acceptable as evidence of U.S. citizenship.
Acceptable forms of photo identification include a valid driver's license, an undamaged U.S. passport, a certificate of naturalization, a valid government I.D. or a valid military I.D. A passport photo must be 2 inches by 2 inches and in color, and the photo must have been taken within the past six months.Learn More
Notaries make certified copies of original documents, although some documents are ineligible for copy certification by a notary. Some states do not allow notaries to certify copies of documents, and restrictions for this service often vary by state.Full Answer >
The telephone country code 23 is followed by other numbers in order to call several different countries. For example, the country code 230 belongs to Mauritius. When calling a person in Mauritius from abroad, first dial the country code 00230. Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean.Full Answer >
In order to find out if a company exists, the name of the company in question and the state it is in must be known. Search for a Certificate of Good Standing on that state's Secretary of State website.Full Answer >
In order to determine the year a house was built, property owners can locate the deed or ownership documents that list the exact date the house was built. If property owners do not have the ownership documents, they can request a copy from the county clerk's office, search the property by address or parcel number online on the clerk's website, or visit the courthouse to request a copy.Full Answer >