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So the only option you have is to get a new passport from the government of Ghana. Usually, for someone who is in the US, that requires you to contact the consulate or embassy of Ghana, here in the US. Here is the information for renewing your passport, provided by the Embassy of Ghana in the US: http://www.ghanaembassy.org/index.php?page=passports.
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I understand that I need a password. Applying for a passport would be a long process. They require my birth certificate which I don't have. My question again is since I came here as a student and immigration has all my information, can I go to immigration and see if I can get an emergency traveling document. I have my USCIS.
Secondly, i can i demand that immigration deport me if they cannot help me out because i am now not suppose to be the US.
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