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

Everett Passport - Applying for a Passport in Everett, Wa.

The location of the Everett passport office is listed below. Since there are only two application acceptance facilities in Everett, we have listed locations in nearby cities where American citizens can apply for new passports. A complete list of Washington passport offices is available on the website. Many facilities require an appointment. Please schedule one before visiting.

Citizens of the United States are required to appear in person in order to submit form DS-11 and all supporting documents. An acceptance agent will administer an oath and witness the signing of the application form. The form, documents and payment will be put in an envelope and sealed. The envelope should be mailed to the address on the application form.

Expect to receive your passport in 6 to 8 weeks if you opt for routine processing. You can request expedited service in order to get your travel document in 2 to 3 weeks. Faster service will require you schedule a visit to the Seattle passport agency or, if that is not possible, employ the services of a registered expediters such as Rush My Passport.

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 8 and 11 weeks. This timeframe does not include delivery time. Mailing times vary across the country.

Expedited service takes from 5 to 7 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 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
USPO - EVERETT3102 HOYT AVE.EVERETTWA982014252573208
USPO - SNOHOMISH1323 AVE. DSNOHOMISHWA982903605680904
CITY OF LANGLEY112 2ND STREETLANGLEYWA982603602214246
USPO - LYNNWOOD6817 - 208TH ST. SWLYNNWOODWA980364257783447
USPO - MONROE122 N. BLAKELEY ST.MONROEWA982723608051962
USPO - NORTH CITY STATION18336 AURORA N, STE 105SHORELINEWA981332065428075
USPO - REDMOND7241 185TH AVE NEREDMONDWA980524258693690
USPO - BELLEVUE12224 NE BEL-RED ROADBELLEVUEWA980054254547288
USPO - SEATTLE MIDTOWN301 UNION STREETSEATTLEWA981012067485417
USPO - MERCER ISLAND3040 78TH AVE SEMERCER ISLANDWA980402062328834

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