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  2. U.S. Passports - United States Department of State

    travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports.html

    *Processing times begin the day we receive your application at a passport agency or center, not the day you mail your application or apply. Mailing times may add several weeks on to the door-to-door time it takes to receive your passport. Expedited at Agency or Center: Must have international travel in the next 14 calendar days.

  3. To have a U.S. passport, you need to be a U.S. citizen by birth or naturalization or be a U.S. national. Passport Book and Passport Card. Depending on where you are traveling outside of the U.S., you will need to determine if you need a passport book or a passport card. A passport book is required for all international travel by air.

  4. How to Apply for A Passport - United States Department of State

    travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/how-apply.html

    *Processing times begin the day we receive your application at a passport agency or center, not the day you mail your application or apply. Mailing times may add several weeks on to the door-to-door time it takes to receive your passport. Expedited at Agency or Center: Must have international travel in the next 14 calendar days.

  5. Passport Application & Passport Renewal | USPS

    www.usps.com/international/passports.htm

    Generally, you should apply for your new passport as soon as you know you’ll be traveling internationally—at least several months in advance. Passport processing times may vary, so be sure to check the latest State Department service estimates. First-time applicants, minors, and applicants who need a new passport but may not renew by mail may submit their passport application at the Post Office.

  6. Apply for a U.S. Passport | Homeland Security - DHS

    www.dhs.gov/apply-for-a-us-passport

    Apply for a U.S. Passport DHS provides information on the passport application process, obtaining a visa, border crossing documents, and general travel tips. U.S. Citizens must get a passport issued by the U.S. Department of State to travel overseas.

  7. Passports - United States Department of State

    www.state.gov/subjects/passports

    Passports - United States Department of State. An official website of the United States Government Here's how you know. Official websites use .gov. .gov. Secure .gov websites use HTTPS. lock ( ) https://. Live Now: Department Press Briefing - November 1, 2022.

  8. U.S. Passport Application Status

    passportstatus.state.gov

    U.S. Passport Application Status. Special message for customers renewing a passport: You can check your application status using this tool if you renewed by mail. If you renewed online, you must log-in to your MyTravelGov account to check your application status. Before you may enter your personal information to get a passport application status check, you must review the Department of State's Privacy and Computer Fraud and Abuse Acts Notices and Disclaimers.

  9. Franklin Passport Offices | Passport Info Guide

    passportinfoguide.com/passportoffices/indiana/franklin

    Getting a passport in Franklin is easy, it depends on what type of passport application you are doing and how quickly you need it processed. We've written the following passport guides, it doesn't matter if you are in Franklin or not as the process will be similar regardless of where you are, The standard passport processing times right now are 10 to 12 weeks to receive your passport.

  10. To make an appointment, call the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-487-2778; TDD/TTY: 1-888-874-7793 . Find out what forms of payment the facility accepts. If you are a U.S. citizen living abroad and need a passport, contact a U.S. embassy or consulate to find out how to apply.

  11. Passports - GOV.UK

    www.gov.uk/browse/abroad/passports

    Get a passport photo; Countersigning passport applications and photos; Confirm someone’s identity online for a passport application; British passport eligibility; Stop someone getting a passport