A State Department policy that allows some U.S. citizens to return to the U.S. on an expired U.S. passport is set to end June 30.
Background: The expired passport policy was adopted in May 2021. The State Department subsequently extended the policy until June 30.
BAL Analysis: The policy allowing some U.S. citizens to return the U.S. on an expired U.S. passport is set to expire June 30. Passport application processing times remain delayed, though they have improved some in recent months. Individuals in need of a renewed U.S. passport should apply for one as early as possible. Employers and employees should continue to consult their BAL professional before planning any international travel.
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