Process for updating passports
The case number will be important if you wish to talk to your passport specialist at anytime during the whole process.The case number will also allow you to track the current progress of your passport application and will also give you information on your tracking number of a shipped passport. For your convenience, we will also give you a variety of guides and a checklist to make this process very easy.If your photo is printed correctly and you just dislike your photo, you may use Form DS-82 (if eligible) to reapply.
Embassy or consulate in the country where you are for information on how to apply for your child's passport.
Always travel with a photocopy of your passport and other identification, such as a driver's license or birth certificate; this will make your situation much easier if (knock on wood) your passport disappears.
This information that you provide, will help us in determining what passport service best suits you.
A passport specialist will review this information prior to speaking with you once you order has been placed. This page will give you confirmation that your passport order has been received and will provide you a case number for your records.
The process of obtaining, renewing, or updating a passport is exactly what one would expect when working with a government agency: tedious, mind-numbing, and overly complex.
While you'll find everything you need to know about the often befuddling process on the U. State Department website, we've made things a little simpler for you by breaking down the basics—from forms to fees to IDs—and providing helpful links to the appropriate forms and websites.
You must notify us of a change in address if you have an undecided application for a visa with us and you intend to change your residential address for 14 days or more.
You should advise us of a change of address while you hold a visa to assist us to contact you if required.
Getting your first passport To get your first passport, you'll have to show up in person.