U.S. citizens can renew their passport by mail by filling out the DS-82 form, submitting their most recent passport, including name change documents, and providing a photo.
Fees for routine service are $10.00, and expedited service costs an additional $60.
Those who have never had a U.S. passport, are 16 or under, or aren't allowed to renew an existing passport by mail must apply for a new passport in person at the Post Office.
Customers can schedule an appointment online with the USPS
, and check the status of their passport application online.
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You can renew your current or expired U.S. passport unless your passport was: Issued before your 16th birthday; Issued 15 or more years ago; Damaged, lost, or stolen; Issued in…
Getting or Renewing a U.S. Passport | USAGov
If you've never had a U.S. passport, are 16 or under, or aren't allowed to renew an existing passport by mail, you need to apply for a new passport in person at the Post Office.
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 Application & Passport Renewal | USPS
Schedule An Appointment | USPS
The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs offers a passport application status check tool for customers who have renewed their passport by mail or online. Customers must have read the Privacy and Computer Fraud and Abuse Acts Notices and Disclaimers before entering their personal information. Special Issuance passport applications can be checked by contacting the federal travel office or referring to the SIA status check instructions from an official U.S. government internet connection.
U.S. Passport Application Status - United States Department of State
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…
Apply for a U.S. Passport | Homeland Security - DHS