Important Due to Covid-19, processing times for passports are taking longer than normal for both standard and expedited services.

Denver Passport - Where to Apply for a Passport in Denver, Co.

There are several Denver passport offices where residents of the city can submit Form DS-11: Application for New Passport and accompanying documents. The list of passport offices in Denver is provided below. A few application acceptance facilities from nearby cities have been included to give applicants more options from which to choose.

Residents of Denver who need to get a passport fast can apply at either the Colorado passport agency in Aurora or utilize the service and experience of a qualified passport expediter. For emergency expediting services, we recommend Rush My Passport - Online Passport Service.

Denver Passport Offices

The new passport application form can be submitted to an authorized agent at a nearby passport application acceptance facility. The agent will hear your oath and witness the signing of the form. Application for a passport renewal, name change, error corrections, etc. can be submitted by mail. For a list of acceptance facilities in cities other than Denver, visit the Colorado passport office page.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Mailing delays are impacting passport processing. The Department of State's processing times begin when applications are received at a passport agency or center and not when you mail them or apply at a local acceptance facility. Standard service may take between 7 and 10 weeks. This timeframe does not include delivery time. Mailing times vary across the country.

Expedited service takes from 4 to 6 weeks exluding mailing times on the front and back end. Mailing delays may be significant so requesting 1-2-day mailing may greatly help.

Regional passport agencies are offering two types of appointments: Life-of-Death Emergency Service and Urgent Travel Service.

Life-or-death emergencies are serious illnesses, injuries, or deaths in your immediate family (parent, legal guardian, child, spouse, sibling, and grandparent) that require you to travel outside the United States within 3 business days.

If you need to travel due to a qualified life-or-death emergency, please call the National Passport Information Center for an appointment:

Mondays through Fridays 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. ET, call 1-877-487-2778 (TDD/TTY:1-888-874-7793) Outside of these hours, call 202-647-4000.

For Urgent Travel Service, you need to call 14 days before your scheduled international travel or 28 days if you also need to secure a foreign visa.

If you need to travel urgently for reasons other than a life-or-death emergency, please call the NPIC at 1-877-487-2778 Mondays through Fridays 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. ET.

Facility NameStreet AddressCityStateZIPPhone
DENVER COUNTY COURT520 WEST COLFAX AVE ROOM 160DENVERCO802047203370410
USPO - DOWNTOWN STATION951 20TH STREETDENVERCO802023032962071
USPO - UNIVERSITY PARK STATION3800 BUCHTEL BLVD.DENVERCO802103037595794
USPO - LAKEWOOD10799 W ALAMEDA AVE.LAKEWOODCO802263039693200
USPO - WESTMINSTER3051 W. 105TH AVEWESTMINSTERCO800303034649941
USPO - ARVADA5885 ALLISON STREETARVADACO800013034322092
RED ROCKS COMMUNITY COLLEGE13300 W 6TH AVENUELAKEWOODCO802283039146416
CITY OF THORNTON9500 CIVIC CENTER DRIVETHORNTONCO802293035387230
ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER5334 SOUTH PRINCE ST.LITTLETONCO801203037954520
CITY OF WESTMINSTER4800 WEST 92ND AVENUEWESTMINSTERCO800313036582400

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