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Figure 11-7.-Authorization to Apply for a “No-Fee” Passport and/or Request for Visa, DD Form 1056
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overseas    supporting PERSUPPDET to  the   NAVPTO retaining the   dependents’   file.    This    action    is   necessary because.  that     NAVPTO will arrange for   dependents’ subsequent    travel.     This     information should also   be included as  an   endorsement on   the   member’s   travel orders. A  reliable     address  and  telephone    number    of  the dependents     must    be  retained in   the   case  file,    and   the member< must   be made  aware   of this   requirement. ARRANGING TRANSPORTATION On  receipt    of  dependent    entry    approval     and   a  PRR from   the    sponsor’s overseas   supporting PERSUPPDET, the    NAVPTO holding the    dependents’   travel case  file arranges    transportation, issues  a  port   call,   and  provides no-fee passports to dependents. Names of    the dependents are   listed     on  the   port    call.    If   dependents have moved to    a   designated place, the     port call, passsports,   and   transportation documents   are  mailed    to that    location.     Transportation documents    and   passports are   not    provided separately by   the   NAVPTO unless absolutely necessary. DENIED ENTRY APPROVAL IN CONNECTION WITH AN    ACCOMPANIED TOUR OF    DUTY As    was     previously mentioned, at    times, entry approval for    a  dependent-accompanied area    tour     is denied.    When    entry     approval is   denied    for   a  period    of 20  weeks   or  more   in   conjunction with     an   accompanied tour   of  duty,   on  the  member’s request,   transportation for dependents may    be   arranged to   a  designated place within CONUS without jeopardizing further entitlement to   transportation to   the   member’s overseas duty    station. For    additional information, refer to paragraph U5222-D    of  the   JFTR. MEMBER OBTAINS ENTITLEMENT FOR DEPENDENT OVERSEAS TRAVEL SUBSEQUENT TO    TRAVEL If    a  member     obtains an   entitlement to   travel of dependents     to   the   overseas   location     after    reporting to the    overseas duty station, the    overseas     supporting PERSUPPDET should forward all required documentation to   the   NAVPTO     nearest    the   location     of the    dependents. Documents     include the   following: l The    PRR l DD    Form    884 l Copies    of  the   PCS   orders l Dependent     entry     approval l DD   Form    1056,   if   required, and  other   pertinent documents PURPOSE AND     RESTRICTION ON   USE OF   A  NO-FEE PASSPORT In   this    section,   you   will     learn    the   purpose    for   and restriction on  the   use  of  a  no-fee  passport. PURPOSE OF   A  NO-FEE PASSPORT A  no-fee  passport   identifies     the   bearer   as  an  official traveler. All    personnel traveling overseas    on  official business   to  a country     requiring such   a passport    and   all command-sponsored    dependents    must   obtain    a  separate no-fee    passport. RESTRICTIONS ON   USE    OF   A   NO-FEE PASSPORT The   bearer     of  a  no-fee    passport may   not   use  the passport    when    leaving     the   United States   for   personal travel.     However, a  person    traveling abroad    on   official business    for   the   U.S.   Government may   use  the   no-fee passport    for   personal    travel    while abroad   provided     the foreign government(s) do   not    object.     If    there is   an objection    to   the   use   of  a  no-fee   passport    for   unofficial travel,    a  regular-fee    (tourist)     passport   must   be  obtained at   personal     expense. A   person    may    simultaneously possess   both    a  valid fee  passport and   a  valid no-fee passport. PASSPORTS The    followi    .ng   section discusses terms used    or associated   with passports    and   visas.    This    section    also identifies several forms used when applying for passports    and   discusses   when    and   where    to   apply    for passports. TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH PASSPORTS AND     VISAS The   following are   terms    used   or   associated     with passports   and  visas. Fee passport.   A  fee  passport   is  a  passport   issued  to  U.S. citizens    who   are  traveling abroad   for   personal or  unofficial reasons.   Also   known     as  a  tourist passport,   it   is  issued  to  personnel    traveling in   a leave  status   or  tourist    status   and  for  dependents who  wish   to  reside  abroad   at  their    own  expense. 11-14

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