Welcome to Generations Visa Service

Generations Visa Service a.k.a “GenVisa,” is a visa and passport agency that has been helping travelers since 1992. Our agents are here to help alleviate the headaches involved with traveling abroad. Our goal is to work closely with the necessary agencies to expedite passports and visas on behalf of our clients. GenVisa provides visa services for U.S. citizens for most countries for which an entry visa is required, and can also assist with visa requirements for U.S. permanent residents for many countries.

Why Use Our Services?

  • Guaranteed Passport Expediting Service Our team of passport expeditors have been obtaining passports and visas since 1992.
  • Same-day Issue for Urgent Applications is Available. We work diligently with the United States Passport Agency to obtain your US passport application in as little as 24 hours. We also can assist you with passport application services, including passport renewal, new passport applications and to replace a lost passport.
  • Expert Visa Processing for All Countries Our visa services include securing and expediting travel visas, tourist visas and business visas for individuals in the United States traveling to foreign countries.

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What’s New

Please note: As of March 26, 2018 GenVisa, Washington DC office will move from Suite #226 to Suite #311. Please use the new office number for deliveries on or after March 26th.  


GenVisa is proud to let you know that a portion of our proceeds is donated to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, a leading children’s hospital pioneering research and treatments for children’s cancer. Please go to https://www.stjude.org/ to learn more.


Effective January 25, 2018, passport holders from the United States, Australia, Canada and Japan can secure Electronic visa (E-Visa ) for most travel purposes to Brazil.

~ The U.S. Department of State has announced it will no longer add visa pages into U.S. passports beginning January 1, 2016. Previously, U.S. passport holders had the option to pay for the insertion of additional 24-page visa inserts when valid passports lacked adequate space for entry or exit visa stamps. The decision to discontinue this service was made to enhance the security of the passport and to abide by international passport standards. Visa applicants who do not have the required number of blank “visa” pages will be required to renew their passports regardless of remaining validity.