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Priority Child Passports

 

If Priority Child Passport Service is right for you, first you should answer these questions:

  • Is the child under the age of 18?
  • Are you their parent or legal guardian?
  • Do they have proof of US Citizenship?
  • Do they have a valid passport photo?
  • Do they have proof of identity?

If you answered Yes to all of these questions, then it’s time to decide how fast you need your passport delivered.  Priority Service means that your passport application will be processed in 3 – 4 business days.  After it has processed it will be shipped out to you overnight.

So if Priority Child Passport Service sounds like what you need, then next step is to complete our online application.  You will find that our application process is very easy to follow.  It has been streamlined into 3 simple steps that will carry you from start to finish quickly and efficiently, and the best part is that you will be able to do this from the comfort of your home!

When you are done with your application, you will be contacted by an agent.  This person is highly trained, and will be able to answer any questions that you have.  Make certain to keep the case number that you receive on file as you may need it in the future.

When you are completing your application for the Priority Child Passport, feel free to contact us if you need help:  888-443-5847

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It's as easy as 1-2-3!

 

 

 

ID Requirements

The following are a list of acceptable ID's that can be used to prove your identity. Proof of ID is a requirement per federal requirements for a U.S. Passport. If you do not have any of the ID's below we ask that you call to speak with one of our passport representatives for other solutions we can provide to you.

  • State Driver's License (Has to have been issued more than 6 months ago)
  • Federal, State or Municipal identification card with photo
  • State ID card
  • Military ID with photo
  • Passport with photo - expired ok (Can be foreign or US)
  • INS Alien Registration Card (Green Card)

US Citizenship Requirements

The following are a list of acceptable forms of U.S. Citizenship that can be used to prove your U.S. Citizenship. Proof of U.S. Citizenship is a requirement per federal requirements for a U.S. Passport. If you do not have any of the forms below, we ask that you call to speak with one of our passport representatives for other solutions we can provide.

  • Original Birth Certificate
  • Certified Copy of a Birth Certificate from the State or Courthouse
  • Original Naturalization Certificate
  • Previously Issued U.S. Passport - expired ok
  • Consular Report of Birth Abroad (Form FS-240)
  • Certification of Report of Birth (Form DS-1350)

Intent of Travel Requirement

The following are a list of acceptable forms of Intent to Travel that can be used to prove your looking to travel in the near future. Intent to Travel is a requirement per federal requirements for a U.S. Passport to be expedited. If you do not have any of the forms below, we ask that you call to speak with one of our passport representatives for other solutions we can provide.

  • E-mail Confirmation of your travel plans
  • An Electronic Ticket
  • A print out of your travel plans from a travel website like Delta, Expedia, Royal Caribbean, Etc...
  • Hotel Reservations
  • Flight Plans for an intended trip
  • Business Letter stating plans to travel for business purposes
  • Request for a foreign Visa
  • Letter from a group your traveling with indicating a travel
  • Letter indicating a death or illness in the family
  • If you are traveling by car, please call our office for acceptable forms of travel

Passport Photos Requirement

photo requirementsIn order to identify the person a passport belong to, passport photos are required. Passport Photos can be taken in your local area and will be sent with rest of your documentation for processing. As you can by the illustration given, Passport Photos have certain requirements and should be professional taken due to the US Passport Agency standards. When you take your passport photos you will receive two identical photos to submit. Both photos will be sent in for processing.

Verification of ID Requirement

Once you have completed the necessary documentation for processing you will be required to visit an acceptance agent facility that will physically inspect that you are the individual applying for a U.S. Passport. Federal Regulations requires this step to avoid fraud and Identity theft. This process can be completed in your local area by an agent at the post office, clerk's office, or court house. US Passport 123 will assign a location to you once you have completed our online process.

Verification of Parental Consent

Federal Regulations requires that both parents consent to a child under the age of 16 to having a passport issued. Parents listed on the birth certificate or parents that have applied for custody of the child must consent. If one of the parents is absent from the child life, court papers must be submitted showing sole custody in order for the sole parent to make the decision without the other. Absent parents still in the child's life can have a notarized stated of consent form filed to allow the child to have a passport. All children ages 17 & 18 only require consent from one parent for a passport to be issued.

Name Change Document

The following are a list of acceptable documents of name changes that can be used to prove your most recent name has changed. Proof of name change is a required per federal requirements for a U.S. Passport Name Change to be expedited. Please note the original copy of these documents are required and will be returned to you after processing. If you do not have any of the forms below, we ask that you call to speak with one of our passport representatives for other solutions we can provide.

  • Marriage Certificate
  • Divorce Decree
  • Court Order of a Name Change
  • Birth Certificate with corrected name chang