Did you know September is Passport Awareness Month? The U.S. Department of State hosts passport fairs every year in September to help encourage Americans to get their passports. Most passport fairs are designed for new first time passport applicants, including children. Since passport renewals can be done by mail, you do not need to attend a passport fair to renew your passport.Read Article
Did you know you can complete the U.S. passport application online? The online passport application form is preferred by the U.S. Department of State. There are many benefits using the government form tool over the old paper application.Read Article
*The passport fees have recently changed. As of April 2nd, 2018, the passport acceptance fee has gone up from $25 to $35.
Need to get a passport? Not sure how to get started?Read Article
You can apply for everything from a credit card to a driver’s license via the Internet these days. But how do you apply for a passport online?
Unfortunately, the Department of State’s procedures do not allow you to complete the entire passport application process online.Read Article
At least, not this Saturday: If you were planning to submit your passport application this weekend during the Department of State’s “Passport Day in the USA” event, there’s some bad news: Passport Day has been postponed indefinitely due to the impending government shut down.Read Article