Passport Power Of Attorney

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How do I write a POA to collect a US Passport? 

When drafting an inviting letter for a visa, for a person or family, it's good to follow the procedures that are provided by the countries embassy or consulate website. You need to check carefully what documents are requested in order to successfully apply for a visa, to visit the country.

You can download the below visa invitation letter, which is potentially a great letter to customize according to your requirements.

Passport Power Of Attorney letter sample:

  • Dear {{Name}}, To Whom It May Concern:
  • I, (first-party’s name), hereby authorize (insert name of representative), to my claim my American passport with an approved Visa (if applicable) on my behalf. I am unable to process this myself due to (reason for absence).
  • The bearer will present to you my (name of 2 valid IDs) as well as his/her (ID of authorized representative) for proof of my consent regarding this matter. Furthermore, attached herewith is my original receipt, claim stub, and old passport (if renewal)/Affidavit of Loss (if lost passport). Thank you very much and looking forward to your consideration. For any concerns and questions, you may contact me at (insert phone number).

Check out this sample Passport POA letter with or without a visa for your reference.

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