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Figure 11-9.-Sample Application for Passport by Mail, DSP-82
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All    applications must     be   forwarded directly to   the Office of   Passport Services, Department of   State, except   where    expeditious processing    is  necessary   or   as otherwise     authorized by   the   Department of  State. Where    to   Apply for    a  Passport in   Case   of Persons     Outside the   United States A  U.S.   diplomatic or  consular officer    abroad    may accept applications for U.S. passports, and the individual must   apply    in   person.   If   in   an  isolated    area, or  in   cases where    the   location    of  a  deployed   unit    would preclude the     person from applying in    person, the commanding officer may execute the DSP-11 as “acceptance    agent.”    In   this    case, the   indicating title    is entered in    the    “Clerk    of   Court or”  line     and    activity name/ship type and hull number in “Passport Agent/Postal Employee”   line.    The   DSP   11  is  mailed    to the   address   shown   in   chapter    3  of  the   PTM. If   the   individual intends to  return to  the   United States  before  reporting     to  the   new   overseas  duty   station and   has   sufficient time    authorized, the   member    may apply    in    person    immediately on   arrival in    the   United States at    a   location as   specified in    the    preceding paragraph. Passport applications executed in   Guam    may   be forwarded to  the   passport    agency   in   Honolulu, Hawaii, for   processing    of  no-fee   regular passports. VISA INFORMATION Before    personnel can  travel in   some  countries, a visa   is  required. In   this    section,   visa   requirements are discussed.    Also,   information is   presented    on  obtaining a visa. VISA REQUIREMENTS Visa     requirements of   foreign governments are subject   to  change.   Visa    requirements must   be  checked with     consular    officials    of  the   countries    to  be visited    well in    advance    of  the   traveler’s    departure date.   BUPERS (PERS    332)   determines visa    requirements, based   on items 11  (Destination) and    15  (Proposed Length of Stay)   of  DD   Form    1056  (fig.    11-7).  The   name(s)   of  the country(ies) where    the   official     travel     will     be  performed and  the   length    of  intent    stay  are  entered   in   these  items. Some  countries have    standard     visa    requirements, and   military passport    agents   are  urged   to  use  the   visa application forms   that    have   been   provided     to  them   by the   NAVPTO.     Personnel    who   are   scheduled    for   foreign travel     should   apply    for   a  new   passport   6  months   before expiration of   the     presently held passport. Before granting a   visa,     the    majority of   foreign embassies require    that    a passport    be  valid    for   periods   in   excess  of 6  months. OBTAINING A   VISA To   obtain a  visa    when     a  traveler already has   an appropriate passport,    the   NAVPTO forwards passport containing the bearer’s signature and properly completed DD    Form     1056   to   BUPERS (PERS    332). Item    17 (Additional Information) of  the   DD   Form   1056 should    be  used   to  indicate     the   type   and   number    of  the passport and   the   action    being    requested. Applicable visa application form(s) and    photograph(s) should accompany   the   passport    and   DD   Form    1056.  Authority to   obtain     visas    from    local    foreign consulates may   be granted    by   BUPERS   (PERS  332)  on  an  exception   basis. For   additional information concerning    passport   and visa   requirements, you   should   refer   to  the   PTM. TYPES OF   ORDERS In this section, different types of    orders are discussed and    defined. In    particular, this     section discusses PCS     orders, temporary duty (TEMDU) orders, additional duty (ADDU) orders, temporary additional (TEMADD) orders,   repeat   travel    orders,   first duty    orders,   temporary     active   duty    orders,   release   from active    duty    orders    or   separation orders,    and   training orders.    This    section    also   contains     a  discussion     on  the purpose   of  accounting    data  in   the   section   that    discusses TEMADD. CHANGE OF    DUTY ORDERS Change     of  duty     orders     are   orders    that m .ember from   one  duty    station    and  assign   him detach or  her .a to another station. The    type     of   duty from     which the member  is  detached   or  to  which    assigned   may  be  either temporary     or  permanent    duty. Permanent Change     of   Station Orders PCS  orders  are  orders  that   involve    detachment    from . one   PDS   and    assignment to   a  new    PDS.    Periods of TEMDU may   be  included in   orders   that    assign   a  new PDS   on   completion of  the   TEMDU. Temporary Duty     Orders TEMDU     orders   are  orders   that    involve    detachment from   one  station     and   assignment     to  another    station    or 11-18

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