FOR YOUR BEST-POSITION AT THE CLAIM OF THE LIFE-PURCHASE-TIME IS WITH YOUR POSSESSION OF A VALID &: CURRENT-PASSPORT WITH THE TIMELINESS OF A [RE]NEWAL FOR THE VOIDANCE OF THE [EX]PIRATION.
FOR THE EXPIRATATION-DATE OF YOUR PASSPORT IS WITH THE CONFIRM OF THE LESS-THAN-~71-DAYS-PAST TIME WITH THE CHIEF’S-AUTOGRAPH-JOINDER. FOR THE BEST-PERFORMANCE IS WITH THE MAINTAIN OF YOUR PASSPORT-VALIDITY. : SAMPLE: [EX]PIRATION-DATE: ~DECEMBER-~1 IS WITH THE CHIEF’S-AUTOGRAPH-JOINDER BEFORE THE ~FEBRUARY-~9.
It is best to have a valid and current passport when purchasing your Claim of the Life AND one that has been renewed if it is getting close to its expiration, since your passport must be valid for at least 71 days from when the Chief autographs it. So, if it EXPIRES on Dec 1st, he will autograph it up to Feb 9th, although he may require that you STILL submit a current one. Therefore, it is best to have a valid and renewed passport when purchasing your Claim of the Life.
FOR THE CHIEF’S-AUTOGRAPH-JOINDER ON YOUR CLAIM OF THE LIFE IS WITH THE NAME-CHANGE-[RE]CEIPT-UPLOAD-[E]VIDENCE, GO-[A]HEAD OF THE CLAIM OF THE LIFE-STEPS AS A PLACE-HOLDER-WHILE-YOU-WAIT-~49-DAYS OF YOUR NAME-CHANGE-[RE]CEIPT-DATE &: PASSPORT-NAME-CHANGE-EVIDENCE.
If you changed your name, and it is NOT yet on your new passport, you may upload your receipt -as a placeholder. Name changes must also be at least 49 days from when you submit your Claim of the Life. You may go ahead and get moving through the Claim of life steps prior to getting your passport back once you renewed it, however, Chief will want to a copy of your renewed passport before he autographs your claim.