Passport documents and services
AAA has teamed up with RushMyPassport, a trusted name in expedited passport and visa courier services, to ensure your passport application is done quickly and correctly. Here is how it works:
- Select expedited service level
- Complete online wizard
- Take passport photos
- Gather documents1 and ship
- Get your U.S. passport fast, in as little as one week
- User-friendly online application with frequent status updates providing peace of mind that everything is on track
- Professional, personalized application review to prevent common mistakes which help you avoid costly delays
- Personal advisors are available to assist every step of the way via phone, email or chat
- Plus, AAA has exclusive rates on U.S. Passport expediting courier services through RushMyPassport
- Skip the lines and avoid the hassle of driving or even flying to embassy or consulate offices
- Enjoy concierge-level service from the comfort of your own home
- Professional and experienced travel visa specialists will assist you every step of the way
- Fast turnaround time for your tourist travel visa
- Plus, AAA has exclusive rates on Global Tourist Visa expediting courier services through RushMyPassport
Tourist visa FAQs
AAA members save at least 30% on a set of 2 passport photos taken at a AAA branch.2
- Classic members pay $10 plus tax
- Plus® members pay $8 plus tax
- Premier® members receive a set for free
- Non-members pay $15 plus tax
Resources for members who desire to "DIY"
If you have time and want to try to secure your passport or travel visa yourself, here are some good resources and a few tips to get you started. Please keep in mind that AAA Travel Advisors don't have forms and cannot provide assistance with your application, but they can help with the photos you will need to attach to your application.
- You are applying for your first U.S. passport or are under age 16
- Your previous U.S. passport was issued when you were under age 16; was lost, stolen or damaged; or was issued more than 15 years ago
- Your name has changed since your U.S. passport was issued and you are unable to legally document your name change.
You can renew an expired or soon-to-be expired U.S. passport by mail if it meets the following criteria:
- It is undamaged and can be submitted with your renewal application
- It was issued when you were 16 or older and within the last 15 years
Here's another U.S. Department of State website that can be used as a starting point should you desire to try and procure your own visa, or research visa requirements for US citizens traveling abroad.
Since the travel visa landscape changes so often we recommend seeking out expert help from RushMyPassport, or a company like RushMyPassport, to ensure you submit your tourist visa application correctly the first time and avoid delays.
After starting down the DIY path many members decide to use a professional service. If you started down this path and would like help, RushMyPassport can take the guesswork out of getting your passport or tourist visa.