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Passport Renewal or a New Passport?

How to apply for a new passport

How do you know if you should renew your old passport or simply apply for a new one? Can you renew your passport even if it has expired? Here’s how to know for sure:

Passport Renewal

If you meet all of the qualifications listed below, you can renew your passport instead of having to apply for a new one:

  • You were 16 or older when you applied for your most recent passport.
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How to Renew Your Passport

How to Renew Your Passport

US citizens qualify for a passport renewal if their passport is in good condition, issued when they were 16 or older, and is less than 5 years expired. The process to renew your passport depends on how fast you need your passport.

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Passport Renewal Form: What You Need to Know

Passport Renewal Form: What You Need to Know

Government paperwork is not always written in the most user-friendly manner, and passport renewal forms are no exception.  Unfortunately, if you make a mistake filling it out or you don’t send in the required documentation, your new passport could be delayed.

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What Do You Need to Renew Your Passport?

For an entire decade, your passport has been one of your closest companions, accompanying you all across the world. However, all good things must come to an end one day. Passports issued after the bearer reaches the age of 16 will remain valid for ten years, though you will probably need to renew yours sooner than that.

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Can I Renew My Passport by Mail?

If you have a passport that’s either approaching its expiration date or already expired, you may be eligible to apply by mail. How do you know if you’re eligible to renew your passport by mail?

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