Emily was reviewing her class load for her junior year of college. While meeting with her university advisor, she noticed a poster on the wall advertising travel abroad study opportunities and foreign exchange student programs. She had already taken foreign language classes in high school and her freshman and sophomore years at university, so she could speak Spanish fluently and had a rather good grasp of French.
She asked her advisor if she qualified for the travel abroad programs and what was needed to apply. Her advisor said due to her good grade point average she did indeed qualify and gave her a brochure detailing where the study abroad opportunities were located, along with what was required to apply for each one.
Her advisor encouraged her to apply to several programs that interested Emily since this could increase her likelihood of being accepted to one or more programs, and allow her to then pick and choose the one she preferred the most.
Emily was ecstatic about the possibility of being able to travel to a foreign country and study abroad during her junior year. She quickly called her parents and shared all the details about the opportunity. Emily noticed that one of the requirements she would need to fulfill, and quickly, was obtaining her U.S. Passport.
While talking to her parents, she asked them if they had a copy of her birth certificate, as she would need this to apply for her passport. Her parents said they might know where it was, but were not entirely sure. However, Emily knew she did not have time to wait for them to search for it, as she needed to apply for her passport right away. She only had a few months to meet the application deadlines for the programs; otherwise, she would have to wait until her senior year.
She knew one of the girls in her dorm had studied abroad last year and asked her if she knew of any way Emily could get a birth certificate quickly so she could submit her passport application. Luckily, the girl was in the same situation as Emily, and she had found Fast Birth Certificates.
She informed Emily how easy it was to order a copy of a birth certificate online by completing the online order form. She also told Emily there were expedited options available so she could have her birth certificate in about seven days, or less, time.
Emily was so relieved! She thanked the girl for the information and went online to start the ordering process. About a week later, she had her birth certificate in hand and was at the passport office submitting her application to get her U.S. Passport.
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