No. U.S. law requires every citizen traveling outside the country to secure his or her own passport personally. First-time applicants must apply in person. Applications can be found at your nearest passport office, courthouse, post office, or online at www.travel.state.gov. Requirements include a certified birth certificate and two duplicate photographs measuring 2”x2” taken within the last six months. It can take as long as 8 to 10 weeks to obtain a passport, so it is wise to apply as early as possible. If you already have a passport, by law it must be valid six months from the date you return from your trip. For more passport information, go to www.travel.state.gov. A copy of your passport photo page must be sent to the imagine office via mail or email at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 90 days prior to departure. It’s also a good idea to keep a copy of your passport in your luggage when traveling.