Buffalo Passport Agency Temporarily ClosedNovember 19, 2014
Due to the inclement weather impacting the Northeast region, the Buffalo Passport Agency will be closed for the rest of the week (through Friday, November 21). Any applicant with an appointment at the Buffalo Passport Agency that has not already been rescheduled should contact the National Passport Information Center to reschedule at 1-877-487-2778. We apologize for any inconvenience. This site will be updated as information regarding agency openings/closings becomes available. READ MORE
Apply for Your U.S. Passport Now Before the Busy Winter Travel Season
The U.S. Department of State, San Juan Passport Agency, will open to the public on Monday, January 13, 2014. The Agency is located at Centro Gubernamental Minillas on Avenida Jose de Diego, Parada 22.
The U.S. Department of State’s Passport Services Directorate, via our contractor, The Logistics Management Institute (LMI) and their subcontractor, STR, is currently conducting the Passport Demand Forecasting Study, which is a voluntary nationwide study being carried out to estimate the overall demand for passport products.
The U.S. Department of State offers expedited passport services to U.S. citizens planning to travel abroad this summer, including families going on summer vacations and students participating in study abroad programs. While we urge U.S. citizens to apply as early as possible for their passport needs, the Department offers convenient options for those who need their travel documents sooner than our standard 4-6 week processing time.
CDC Contact Information on U.S. Passport Books no longer in service.
This summer, London will host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. American visitors will join millions of others from around the world, descending on London in a celebration of sport. The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will bring together athletes from 205 countries competing in 26 different sports.
Inaccurate press reports about travel between Puerto Rico and mainland United States
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Beginning April 1, 2011, the U.S. Department of State will require the full names of the applicant’s parent(s) to be listed on all certified birth certificates to be considered as primary evidence of U.S. citizenship for all passport applicants, regardless of age. Certified birth certificates missing this information will not be acceptable as evidence of citizenship. This will not affect applications already in-process that have been submitted or accepted before the effective date.