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Passport Renewal at the Post Office

Is your U.S. Passport expired or expiring soon? Travelers call us every day to find out where to get a passport renewal locally. Applicants can apply through their nearest post office or county clerk. To find your closest passport acceptance facility, check here. However, the best way to renew depends on how quickly you are traveling and looking to get your passport.  First, make sure you qualify for a passport renewal.
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Passport Fees Increase for 2018

Passport Fees will increase in April 2018As of April 2nd, 2018, passport fees will increase $10 for many passport applicants. The U.S. Department of State and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) recently approved a $10 increase to the passport acceptance fee. The fee will increase from $25 to $35.   What is the Passport Acceptance Fee?
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Passport Renewal: When Should You Renew Your Passport?

When is the best time for a passport renewal?Wondering what is the best time for your passport renewal? The answer to when you should renew your passport will depend on a lot of factors – your passport, your life, and your travel. Today, we’ll help you figure out when you should renew your passport. We’ll review the rules on passport renewals and some special circumstances that would require you to renew your passport early.
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How to Get a U.S. Passport Fast

Learn what to do when you need your passport fast.When you apply for a U.S. passport, whether you are applying for a new passport, or to renew your passport, it can take 4 to 6 weeks for the passport office to process your application. During busy periods, it can even take up to 3 months to get your U.S. passport!
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