Important Due to Covid-19, processing times for passports may take up to 18 weeks for routine service and 12 weeks for expedited processing.

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 and not when you mail them. Standard service may take up to 18 weeks from the day the application is submitted to the day the passport arrives at your door. This timeframe includes up to 12 weeks of processing and up to 6 weeks for mailing.

Expedited service may take up to 12 weeks -- 6 weeks processing and an additional 6 weeks mailing on the front and back end. Delays may be significant so requesting 1-2-day mailing may greatly help.

Regional passport agencies are offering extremely limited in-person services if you need to travel internationally in the next 72 hours. Those with qualified life-or-death emergencies are prioritized.

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 72 hours (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 AM to 5PM, call ET 1-877-487-2778 (TDD/TTY:1-888-874-7793) Outside of these hours, 202-647-4000

Facility NameStreet AddressCityStateZIPPhone
DENVER COUNTY COURT520 WEST COLFAX AVE ROOM 160DENVERCO802047203370410
USPO - DOWNTOWN STATION951 20TH STREETDENVERCO802023032962071
USPO - UNIVERSITY PARK STATION3800 BUCHTEL BLVD.DENVERCO802103037595794
CITY OF LAKEWOOD480 S. ALLISON PARKWAYLAKEWOODCO802263039877080
USPO - LAKEWOOD10799 W ALAMEDA AVE.LAKEWOODCO802263039693200
USPO - HARRIS PARK STATION7262 MEADE STREETWESTMINSTERCO80030
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

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