Saturday, May 23, 2009

We Do it All -Puerto Rico Travel Guide and Birth Certificates

We not only find the coolest places to visit in beautiful Puerto Rico, did you know we can also help you get a certified birth certificate from Puerto Rico?

If you were born in PR and you need a copy of your birth certificate, we just need the following information from you :

The Birth Certificate Request Form filled out and signed--must be notarized.

We also need a copy of your state issued driver's license or your state issued identification card. If you want to fax a copy to us - please enlarge the photocopy so it faxes well.

Please fill out our Letter of Authorization, sign and have it notarized.

We will also need a detailed letter of the reasons you are seeking a copy of your PR birth certificate and why the need should be expedited. This letter must be signed and notarized. Additional I.D. such as a copy of your Social Security Card (if available).

If you're ready to get the process started - just fill out the forms located here and let us make getting your vital records easier than you ever thought it could be.

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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Next Golfing Vacation-Tee Off in Puerto Rico

Love to golf on vacation? Consider making your next destination golf game a visit to Puerto Rico.

The air fare isn't too expensive and along with its highly rated Blue Flag Beaches, Puerto Rico is fast becoming a country name associated with a leisurely golfing vacation.

Many of the top rated resorts in Puerto Rico have outstanding golfing opportunities. One shining gem in Puerto Rico's golfing crown is El Conquistador Report. Located in Fajardo, this Atlantic facing resort and golf course was designed for pure sport.

Established in 1994, this Arthur Hill design sports elevation changes of 200 feet and we promise even seasoned golfers will find a tee off challenge awaits them.

If you're considering booking a vacation to Puerto Rico, contact our offices to get your passports, visa or international driving license - we can help with everything so all you have to worry about is a tee off time!

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Saturday, May 16, 2009

Puerto Rico Babymoon

Heard about a "Babymoon"?

A babymoon isn't just for pregnant brides to celebrate their honeymoons, it is also a great time for a mom-and-dad-to-be to get away, reconnect and enjoy being together before the arrival of their baby.

Puerto Rico has some marvelous places to stay during a Babymoon. You can stay at a 5-star resort or "rough it" at a private hotel that only allows 5-6 couples to stay at a time. Walk the Blue Flag beaches Puerto Rico is famous for and enjoy the sand and surf - just the two of you.

For a mom-to-be there may not be wine and romance - however if the doctor says it's okay - there's no reason you can't enjoy some romantic, cheek to cheek dancing, quiet walks along the beaches or a week at a mountain cabin. There are hundreds of things to do for your Babymoon and Puerto Rico is ready and waiting.

Make sure that you have your passport and travel papers in order and if you don't, contact us and let us help you put it all together fast and easy. We can not only obtain a certified copy of your birth certificate, we can also handle your passport needs as well.

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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Brides - Consider Exotic Puerto Rico for a Destination Wedding or Honeymoon

Puerto Rico has quietly become a wonderful place for brides to not only say, "I do" but also as a place to experience a magical honeymoon.

Until recently, a lot of travelers didn't want to hassle with a passport to visit Puerto Rico, but with the WHTI (Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative) taking effect, you will need a passport no matter where you travel.

If you or your spouse-to-be were born in Puerto Rico - it would make it a very special experience to be married in the country of your birth. There are 5-star resorts to have your wedding ceremony as well as plan a glorious honeymoon.

You will need a passport to enter and leave Puerto Rico and if you were born in PR and you need a certified copy of your Puerto Rico birth certificate, we can help you with that as well as obtain your passport.

If you're considering having your honeymoon in Puerto Rico, let us help you get your travel paperwork together - you have enough going on planning a wedding!

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Saturday, May 9, 2009

Updated Travel Regulations June 2009!

If you've already booked a trip to Puerto Rico, make sure that you have a bead on the new travel restrictions that are going into effect in June 2009.

The major change for travelers from the United States will be that they will need a passport after June 1, 2009 to re-enter the country. This means if you visited a country you previously didn't need a passport for such as the Caribbean, Mexico, Canada or Bermuda either by air or ship, you will now need a passport to come back into the United States.

Failure to have a passport will result in being denied re-entry until a passport is acquired. The passport process in Canada and Mexico can take weeks and in Bermuda it can take up to 3 months on the average. If you don't want to extend your vacation (and let's face it - your boss really will mind) - make sure you have your passport up to date and have it with you whenever you travel.

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Thursday, May 7, 2009

First Case of Swine Flu in San Juan Reported

A cruise ship that made a stop in the Port of San Juan had a female crew member diagnosed with swine flu. She was immediately isolated and treated with antiviral medication.

No other cases of the virus were reported and it's the first to be reported out of San Juan, which is still considered a "safe zone" for travelers as an alternative to visiting Mexico. Although tourism is picking up in Mexico once again as the cases of swine flu were on the decline.

It is believed the woman became exposed to the swine flu virus during a port call in Acapulco, Mexico.

Other passengers were tested and there were no other positive results so this is being considered an isolated incident.

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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Start Making Your June Puerto Rico Travel Plans!

Puerto Rico is a great escape in June.

More and more brides are planning destination weddings to some of the beautiful coastal towns in Puerto Rico and it's also a marvelous honeymoon destination where you can get an exotic locale without spending an arm and a leg.

Travel documentation to Puerto Rico is easy too. You will need a passport and in order to get that you will need a certified copy of your birth certificate, and don't worry - we can help you not only get a passport quickly - we can also obtain certified copies of your birth certificate to make getting your travel docs together fast and easy.

Puerto Rico is full of history, natural beauty and warm, friendly people - if you're considering making your summer vacation plans - forget Mexico this year and come explore the thrill of Puerto Rico!

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