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New Passport Office Opens in Virginia

*The passport fees have recently changed. As of April 2nd, 2018, the passport acceptance fee has gone up from $25 to $35.


There’s a new passport office available for Virginia residents, just in time for the busy summer travel season.

If you live in or near Roanoke, Virginia, you can now apply for a passport at the South County Library in Southwest Roanoke County.

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US Regional Passport Office Directory

What is a Regional Passport Agency?

Regional Passport Offices are run by the Department of State and have passport printing facilities on site. Most are only open to US citizens who plan to leave the country in the next two weeks, or who plan to leave within four weeks and need both a new passport and a visa for their destination.

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Did You Miss Passport Day? No Problem!

March 10th was the Department of State’s fourth annual “Passport Day in the USA” event, and by all accounts it was a smashing success. Passport offices around the country pulled out all the stops to make applying for a passport more convenient, less costly and even more fun.

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How Do You Get a Passport in Florida?

Sunny Florida is a paradise in and of itself, but it’s also located temptingly close to other, more exotic tropical retreats. To the south, the Caribbean beckons, while Mexico is just a short plane ride away.

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Where Do You Go For a Passport?

If you are applying for a new passport or replacing a passport that’s been lost or stolen, you are required to submit your application in person. Where do you go to do that?

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New Atlanta Passport Office Completes Agency Expansion Project

According to the Department of State, the new passport office that just opened in Atlanta, Georgia marks the end of the department’s US Passport Agency Expansion Project.

The project, paid for by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, opened a total of 7 new passport facilities to assist US citizens facing passport emergencies.

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