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Parental consent and delayed passport

by Benjamin
(Chico, CA, USA)

Question: We are trying to check on the status of a new passport for our son. We submitted paperwork for our other three children at the same time and have received their passports, but apparently a parental consent form was not included in my son's packet that we submitted originally through the Orland post office.


We submitted a letter of consent for him to obtain a passport as soon as we were requested to do so by the passport agency in San Francisco, but it has been 2 weeks now and we have not received his passport. Any update?

Answer: Please click the link below to check the status of your son's passport application.

Passport Status Check

If you need further information, you can contact the National Passport Information Center by calling 1-877-487-2778 or sending an email to npic@state.gov.

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