For most Americans, one of the first steps in the process of submitting a passport application is to stand in front of a white background and have the photo clerk at the nearest drugstore take your picture. But that wasn’t always the case. In fact, according to the Oxford University Press blog, passports did not have to include a photo of the bearer until 1914.Read Article
As of November 1st, 2016, you are no longer allowed to wear glasses in your passport photo.
One common reason that passport applications get delayed is for an unacceptable passport photo.Read Article
If you need to apply for a passport and you live in Union County, New Jersey, here’s how to score free passport photos: Go submit your application at the Union County Clerk’s office before the end of February.Read Article
US passports issued to Americans over 16 years of age are valid for 10 years. During that time, your appearance could change greatly. You could gain weight, lose weight, change your hairstyle, etc-leaving you looking like a completely different person!Read Article
If you’re traveling abroad with your infant, you’ll need to apply for a child passport before you go. So, you’ll need to get acceptable passport photos. Many parents soon discover that getting a passport photo of a baby is more challenging than it sounds.Read Article