August 10th, 2010 by Honeymoon Compete

Secrets Silversands

A concern for destination brides is how to plan a wedding from a long distance—Secrets Silversands in Riviera Cancun has the answer:  Lizette Sanchez, wedding coordinator at the resort.  Lizette helps brides right from the start.  Once a couple has decided to get married at Secrets Silversands, she is there to answer questions, assist with legal requirements, and make arrangements for the ceremony and reception such as flowers and photos.  Typically, she meets with the couple the day after their arrival to review details of their wedding package and arrange for the blood tests.

Secrets Silversands Wedding Chapel

Secrets Silversands also has tools on their website to make planning the wedding easier.   Wedding FAQs and the Wedding Request Form are available on their wedding page.  http://www.secretsresorts.com/silversands/weddings.asp

Secrets Silversands Honeymoon

Secrets Silversands, an ideal setting for a wedding and a honeymoon,  is a romantic elegant and  sophisticated all suites, adults only, all-inclusive resort.  Your travel agent and your wedding coordinator will work with you to create wonderful wedding and honeymoon memories.

July 1st, 2010 by Honeymoon Compete

A passport is necessary to enter most foreign countries. It is required for entry into the United States, even if you’re an American citizen. It also serves as proof of U.S. citizenship and identity.

The U.S. Passport Book and U.S. Passport Card for adults are valid for 10 years. Passports for minors under age 16 are valid for five years.

The cost of a passport book for first-time adult applicants will increase to $135. Renewal will cost $110. The price for minors will be $105. A first-time passport card will cost $55, a renewal will be $30 and a minor’s card will be $40. The fees do not include other charges for additional visa pages, file searches or expediting the application process.

A passport card is different from the passport book. The passport card can be used to enter the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Bermuda at land border crossings or sea ports-of-entry. It cannot be used for international travel by air or to re-enter the United States by air.

To review the schedule of the new fees visit: http://www.travel.state.gov/passport/fees/fees_5079.html



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