In an effort to demonstrate commitment to better serve all U.S. citizens, the U.S. Department of State has announced the addition of an unspecified gender marker (X) when applying for a U.S. passport book. In this post, we’ll go over how to update the gender on your U.S. passport. Beginning in late 2023, you will be able to select X as a marker if you are seeking a passport card or selecting expedited service.Read Article
If you’re applying for a passport, you should be aware that the Department of State revised its guidelines concerning which birth certificates it will accept as proof of citizenship.
As of April 1st, 2011, all birth certificates submitted with passport applications must include your parent or parents’ names.Read Article
The passport card is a valid federal ID primarily for travelers that visit Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean by land and sea. It is the size and shape of a driver’s license, and conveniently fits in your wallet.Read Article
When you apply for a passport, you need to be able to convince the government of two things: you are who you say you are, and you are a US citizen.Read Article
Coronavirus COVID-19 Update for Passport Processing: Expediting services are temporarily limited. Passport status checks are not currently being updated.
It’s completely normal to feel just a wee bit nervous after you drop your passport application in the mail, especially if you’re on a deadline.Read Article