Do I need to apply for my passport in the state in which I am a resident?
Question: I am a Michigan resident but am working and living in North Dakota temporarily. I live 10 miles from the border in NW North Dakota and would like venture into Canada for hockey games.
Can I get a passport here because it is a national document or do I need to go back to Michigan to apply for one?Answer:
You can apply for a passport in any state, whether you are a resident or not.
Note, if you apply at an Acceptance Facility and submit out-of-state primary identification, you must present an additional ID document, as well. For example, if you apply in North Dakota with a Michigan Driver's License, you must present a second ID containing as much of the following information as possible: your photo, full name, date of birth and the document issuance date.
For a list of passport application acceptance facilities near you, click the link below.North Dakota Passport Offices
For a complete list of requirements for obtaining a new passport, click the link below.Apply for U.S. Passport
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