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Passport renewal for adult with previous passport issued as a minor

by Debra
(New York, NY USA)

My daughter's now expired passport was issued in 2006 when she was 14. She is now 19 and requires a new passport. Your website says that passport renewal by mail is not available if the previous passport was issued when the citizen was a minor. Does this rule apply even though she is 19 years old now?

Also, there are no options on the Passport Scheduling Phone line that seem to fit needing to "renew a passport in person because it is not allowed to be renewal by mail AND No, we are not traveling within 2 weeks."

Question: 1. Can a 19-year old renew her passport by mail if her previous one was issued when she was 14?

Answer: No, she must appear in person at an application acceptance facility or a regional agency if she needs her passport quickly.

Question: 2. If the 19-year old must appear in person to renew, must she also be accompanied by a parent (one parent with a notarized letter indicating it is acceptable to the second parent that she is renewing her passport)?

Answer: No, she does not need to be accompanied by a parent. Only minors ages 17 or younger must appear with parents.

Question: 3. If the 19-year old must appear in person, which Passport phone line option should be selected to get the appointment (she is not traveling within 2 weeks)?

Answer: If your daughter is not traveling within 2 weeks, she does not need to apply at the regional passport agency and, therefore, does not need to schedule an appointment through the toll-free number.

She can submit the application Form DS-11 and all supporting documents at a nearby passport office. Each office has its own telephone number. Click the links below for more information.

New Passport Requirements

New York Passport Offices

Routine processing is estimated to take up to 5 weeks. Your daughter can request expedited service in order to obtain her passport in up to 3 weeks. There is an extra fee for this service and she will need to include a copy of her itinerary.

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New Adult Passport
by: Anonymous

Question: I was issued a passport when I was under the age of 15. I currently need a new adult one.

Do I apply as if I have never had a passport before? When it asked if I had been issued a passport before, I put no since I was younger than 15. Will this affect my application process?

Answer: You need to indicate that you have been issued a passport in the past. This can be tricky when you are using the online form filler. I recommend that you download Form DS-11 instead and complete it by hand.

Make sure you use black ink and do not sign the form yet. You have to do that after you have taken the oath as an adult applicant at the passport office.


19-year-old with a minor passport that expires in 5 months
by: Anonymous

Question: Our son is 19 and he has a passport issued when he was 15 years old. The passport is expiring in June. He is currently attending University in Canada without his own transportation. What are his options for getting a new passport? Also, if he is coming back to the US for a vacation when will his passport be valid until to travel back and forth?

Answer: Since the passport was issued when he was a minor, your passport needs to apply for his first adult passport in person. He needs to do this at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa or at any of the U.S. Consulates located all over Canada. Public transport is available to these places since they are located in major cities.

As for your second question, your son may use his passport to travel between the United States and Canada as long as it is valid.

Can I use an expired minor passport as proof of identity?
by: Anonymous

Question: I’m living abroad, and the only ID that I have is an expired minor passport. I have my birth certificate and social security card too. Can the embassy use my fingerprints or other biometrics to proof my identity?

Answer: You need to contact the U.S. Embassy or Consulate you are applying with. Some concessions may be made overseas since there are different ID systems in every country.

Renewal of passport at age 26
by: Peter

Question: My son was issued a passport on 5/20/2014 which expires on 5/19/2024. He completed 26 years on 10/17/23. His passport was issued after his 16th birthday. Can he renew by mail or has to apply in person on Form DS-11?

Answer: Your son may apply for a passport renewal by mail and use Form DS-82.

Had Child Passport at 3, Now getting an adult passport
by: Mel

Question: I'm going through the process of getting my 1st adult passport. I had one as a kid but I don't know what happened to it. Do I still have to claim that I had one, even though it was a child one & has long since expired/I can't find it. And if so, how do I go about that?

Answer: Yes, you need to indicate that you have been issued a passport in the past. Since you no longer have the details, you may just leave the spaces black or write NA.

Can I travel on Child passport while waiting for Adult passport to arrive
by: Anonymous

Question: My 18-year-old son has a US Child Passport that doesn't expire until Feb 2025. He just applied for an expedited adult passport but it may take up to 9 weeks to arrive. Can he continue to travel on his Child passport while we wait for his adult passport?

Answer: The child passport is no longer valid. It was invalidated the moment the application for an adult passport was received.

Turned 17
by: Unknown

Question: My son is 17 and currently has his child passport that was issued 5 years ago when he was 12 and will expire in 5 months what form should he fill out?

Answer: At 17, your son can now apply for an adult passport. He needs to use Form DS-11 and submit this with the rest of the requirements in person at an acceptance facility.

Need to know actual status of a passport application
by: Anonymous

Question: I had a passport as a minor. I applied for a renewal in person at a post office and asked for expedited service. I have not received the passport (it's been more than 5 weeks) and the online status says unavailable. What should I do?

Answer: Please contact the NPIC at 1-877-487-2778.

I’m 21 without any federal Id and I lost my ss card while moving
by: Anonymous

Question: Is there any way for me to renew my passport without a federal ID and ss card? I have a birth certificate, an expired passport, an OSHA 40 card, and my H.S ID.

Answer: As an adult, you need to present primary proof of identity like a driver's license. If you do not have one, you may submit a combination of valid secondary IDs.

Please contact the NPIC at 1-877-487-2778 for more information.


Minor to Adult Passport
by: Anonymous

Question: When I got my passport issued, I was under 16, but it is valid until Feb 2023. Can I apply for my adult passport at any time now? Since the other one is a minor passport? Or do I have to wait until a specific time frame?

Answer: You may apply for your adult passport now.

Sent Passport after I turned 19, but not received it yet
by: Anonymous

Question: I sent my passport to get a new one it was issued when I was under 18 yrs old. That was in December 2020. In March 2021, they asked for more supporting documents. I sent everything they asked, and up to this date, I have not received any update, and there is no one to help. Now, the portal says the application status is not available. So I sent a letter to them asking them for an update, and nothing yet. Any advice as to what I should do next?

Answer: We recommend that you submit a new application as an adult. You will not need the old (minor) passport for this application.

Please submit the following in person at an acceptance facility:

1. Form DS-11
2. Original or certified copy of citizenship evidence (birth/citizenship/naturalization certificate) plus a photocopy
3. Government-issued photo ID (present the ID, submit a photocopy)
4. One passport photo taken in the last 6 months
5. Payment for fees
-application: $130
-execution: $35
-1 to 2 days delivery: $18.32 (optional, recommended)
-expedite: $60 (optional)

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Routine service currently takes 8 to 11 weeks while expedited service takes 5 to 7 weeks. Choose the service you need based on your travel plans. We recommend not making any final travel arrangements until you receive the actual passport in the mail.

15 3/4 year old has adult 10 year paasport
by: TheresaK

Question: My son got his first 10-year passport at age 15 3/4. He is now 26 and needs a new passport. Can we do this by mail? Or does he have to go in?

Answer: Your son may submit the passport for a renewal by mail.

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New passport
by: Anonymous

Question: I got my passport when I was 14, and it is currently expired. So I filled out and submitted an application for my adult passport and I submitted my old passport, but I didn’t put the information from my passport onto my application. Would that affect my acceptance of getting my new passport?

Answer: It should not affect your application. But if you submitted the old passport as proof of citizenship instead of your birth certificate or citizenship certificate (whichever is applicable), there will be an issue. Passport services will reach out to you with instructions on where to send the appropriate documents.

Parents submit application for a new passport
by: Anonymous

Question: I’m not in town right now to turn in my passport application but my parents are. Can they turn it in for me if I’m 19?

Answer: Applicants must be physically present when applying for a new passport. You may submit your application at a local facility, you just need to present an additional ID if presenting an out-of-state license or ID as proof of identity.

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Can I still apply with what I have rn?
by: Anonymous

Question: If I am renewing my passport that was issued when I was a baby, what are the documents I must bring with me to apply?

I am 19. On the site, it says you can bring an expired passport and school ID but I want to be sure. I do not own any other federal or state identification other than my passport and my school ID. I am unable to get any state IDs because my passport is expired. Can I bring my expired passport and school ID to renew it?

Answer: You cannot use your expired passport and your school ID is just a secondary ID. For proof of citizenship, you need to submit the original or a certified copy of your birth certificate. For proof of identification, you mayh submit your school ID plus your SS card.

New passport for adult
by: Anonymous

Question: The application for a new passport asks for the old passport number and date issued. My daughter's passport expired (because she now requires an adult passport,) but I'm not sure which option to choose. One says "lost." The other one says "in my possession. (expired)" I can't provide the book number and issue date because I don't have the book. How do I indicate this?

Answer: Since it's not in your possession, you may assume that it is lost.

Passport Renewal?
by: Anonymous

Question: My passport was issued when I was 12. I renewed it at 17. Do I need to go in person to renew it again now that I'm 29?

Answer: You may now apply for a passport renewal by mail.

Was 12 now 16
by: Anonymous

Question: My daughter was 12 for her last passport. She is now 16. What does she need to renew her passport?

Answer: Passports issued when one was age 15 and younger cannot be renewed. Your daughter may now apply for an adult 10-year passport. If she now has her own government-issued ID, she will only need a signed statement of awareness/consent for the application from at least one parent. Please prepare the following:

1. Form DS-11
2. Evidence of U.S. citizenship (original and photocopy)
3. Government-ID (present the original and submit photocopy)
4. One new passport photo
5. Payment for fees

She needs to submit the application in person at an acceptance facility. Most locations require an appointment.

Passport issued at 3 now 18 with a name change
by: Anonymous

Question: Passport was issued at 3. The child is now 18 who needs to apply for an adult passport. There has been a last name change but on the birth certificate and social security card only. It was done through establishing paternity, no court orders.

Do we indicate that there was an old passport with the old last name or just do everything new as if the old one never existed?

Answer: You need to indicate that the applicant has been issued a passport in the past. It will not affect the new application as long as the documentary requirements are all in order.

Adopted child now adult
by: Anonymous

Question: Our daughter was adopted from China, and she has a passport issued when she was 14. She is now 21 and is working on renewing her passport as an adult.

She is submitting her original certified birth certificate and copy, her original passport and copy, and the original certified adoption certificate with translation, along with a copy. Is this sufficient?

She does not have a certificate of citizenship because in 2001 those were not being issued to adoptees. Is there anything we are missing?

Answer: The documents should be sufficient proof of her U.S. citizenship. In addition, she must present an identification document, preferably a driver's license.

Passport
by: Anonymous

Question: If I was issued a passport at 13 years old, do I have to make a new passport? I am 18 years old turning 19 on Sept.

Answer: Yes, you need to submit a new application for your first adult U.S. passport.

You need to submit the application in person at an acceptance facility where you will take the oath and sign the application in the presence of a passport agent.

Please prepare the following:

1. Form DS-11 (completed but not signed yet)
2. Original evidence of U.S. citizenship
3. Proof of identity plus photocopy
4. One new passport photo
5. Payment for fees

Appointments are required. Routine service currently takes 10 to 12 weeks and expedited service takes 4 to 6. The State Department recommends that you send your application via Priority Mail Express to avoid delays.

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30 year old child passport
by: Anonymous

Question: I am over 40, I have not traveled out of the country since I was 10. Would I need to indicate that I previously had a passport considering it was over 30 years ago and I was an adolescent?

Answer: Yes. You need to indicate that you have been issued a passport in the past. If you do not have the details of that passport, just enter NA in the space.

Passport issued as a minor
by: Anonymous

Question: My son was issued a passport at the age of 16. He just turned 18. Does he need to get a new passport? We are traveling to Mexico in May from Washington state. Thank you.

Answer: At 16, your son should already have an adult passport with 10 years validity. The fact that it was issued when he was still a minor does not affect the passport's validity. He may continue to use it as long as it is valid and meets the entry requirement/s of your destination/s/

Does passport number change?
by: Anonymous

Question: Does the passport number change when an expired minor passport holder applies for an adult?

Answer: Yes, a new passport number is issued with every new passport book.

Passport Renewal for an 18 y/o that had a passport issued when 16
by: Anonymous

Question: If I am renewing my passport that was issued before I was 18, what are the documents I must bring with me to apply. I do not own any other federal or state identification other than my passport and a few school IDs. I am unable to get any state IDs because my passport is expired.

Answer: If your passport was issued when you were 16 years old, it is most likely valid for 10 years. Please double-check the issue and expiration date on the data page. If it is valid for 10 years, there is no need to renew it just because you are now 18.

Please get back to us if you have more questions.

18 years old at college in different state
by: Anonymous

Question: How you can renew your 18-year-son's passport that expired March 2020 if he is in another state at college? Is he be able to do it in that state or does he have to come to his home state? Will he need a parent or both parent with him or he can do it by himself?

Answer: At 18, he can already apply for his adult passport with a parent/s. He can go to the closest acceptance facility to submit an application. If he is presenting an out-of-state ID, all he needs to do is present an additional ID. Please direct him to this webpage for information regarding the process.

Renew passport
by: Anonymous

Question: I immigrated from a different country and was naturalized. How do I go about renewing my passport?

Answer: If you are renewing a U.S. passport, you need to mail the following to the address on the form:

1. Form DS-82
2. Current passport book
3. One new passport photo
4. Payment for fees

Renewal for my son.
by: Anonymous

Question: We have plans to travel and I was told that since my son will be 5 years old we need to renew his passport with a picture of a 5 year old instead of the 1 year old that he has now. That one is still valid for a year. Should I renew or its ok to use the one that he has with the 1 year old picture of himself?
Thank you in advance!

Answer: If the passport still meets the entry requirements of the country you are visiting, you may still use said passport.

child got passport when 8 and lost it
by: Anonymous

Question: My child got a passport issued at age 8, she is now 17. She has misplaced the old passport (even though we know it is somewhere in our paperwork). Do we need her child-issued passport to apply for one as an adult? Do we need to answer that she had a passport and has lost it. Or, does that question only apply to adult passports?

Answer: She does not need to submit the old passport to get her first adult passport but she needs to indicate that she has been issued one in the past.

Need to renew my now adult son's passport
by: Anonymous

Question: My son is traveling in 3 days and he just found out that his passport was only valid for 5 years since he was 15 when we first applied for it. Can he renew in as fast as 3 days? Help!

Answer: Passports issued to minors cannot be renewed. Being an adult now, he now needs to apply in person for his first full-validity passport. He can do this at a regional passport agency. Appointments are typically required but walk-ins may be entertained if he arrives before the agency opens.

Please prepare the following requirements:

1. Form DS-11
2. Original or certified copy of his birth certificate plus photocopy
3. Proof of identity plus photocopy
4. One new passport photo
5. Payment for application and expedite fees.

Regional agencies may issue the passport on the same or next day but there is no guarantee. They process applications in 1 to 8 business days. If you want to ensure that he gets the passport in ample time before his trip, we recommend employing the services of a private passport expediter.

Passport Issued at 16
by: Anonymous

Question: My parents applied for my passport when I was 15 but the passport was issued after my 16th birthday however it still expired within 5 years. I’m confused because it was issued after i turned 16, wouldn’t that be my first adult passport? So wouldn’t i be able to renew via mail? The confusing part is that it expired after 5 years. (issued May 2013, 16th birthday was March 2013, passport expired May 2018)

Answer: In order for the passport to have 10 years (adult) validity, the application should have been submitted AFTER your 16th birthday. Since it was submitted when you were still 15, it was processed as a minor passport application.

In order to obtain your first adult passport, you need to submit the application in person at a local facility.

Minor passport documentation.
by: Anonymous

Question: I was issued a passport as a minor and it has now expired. I understand that I need to complete DS-11. Question, can I use my old passport instead of a birth certificate as my document?

Answer: You cannot. A passport issued when one was a minor cannot be used as citizenship evidence when applying for an adult passport.

Eligible for Passport Renewal?
by: Anonymous

Question: Hello. My current passport was issued when I was 17 years old. It was valid for 10 years. It expires in about 2 weeks. I'm 27 now. Is 17 considered a minor age for passports? Meaning, do I need to now apply for my first "adult" passport? Or, is 17 already considered adult for passport purposes. And, if so, can I just renew the current one?

Thank you.

Answer: At 17, you were already issued an adult passport. If it is undamaged, you may submit it for a passport renewal by mail.

New passport
by: Anonymous

Question: My child's passport expires on 11 September 2020. She was 15 when she got it. We have travel plans in place and know she will need a new adult passport. She is now 19. Due to her college schedule we are wondering if we can apply for a new adult passport now even thought the minor passport will still be valid through September 2020.

Answer: Your daughter may use her passport until it expires, it does not matter that she is now an adult. But yes, she may apply for an adult passport now if she wishes to.

Minor to adult passport
by: Marina

Question: I'm 17 yrs now I had a U.S. passport as a minor. I will be applying as an adult with DS-11. I have no gov ID like drivers license. What can I do?

Answer: In place of a driver's license, you need to present secondary proof of citizenship to apply for your new passport. Also, at least one parent needs to be present when you submit the application to identify you.


Passport as a Minor Not Expired
by: Anonymous

Question: I got a passport when I was a minor and it's not expired. I am now an adult. Do I need to apply for a new passport as an adult or can I use my current one that I got as a minor?

Answer: You may continue to use your passport until it expires.

18-year-old applicant
by: Anonymous

Question: Hello, I have now turned 18 and would like to renew my passport. My last passport was issued when I was 11 years old. It expired after I turned 16 which was in November of 2017. Now that it is April and I have turned 18, what form will I have to fill out because I read that you can renew your passport if it "was issued when you were age 16 or older." Will I have to apply for a new adult passport or is there some other form I would have to fill out?

Answer: Hi! You need to apply in person for your first adult U.S. passport. Please prepare the following requirements:

1. Form DS-11 (must be signed in front of a passport agent)
2. Evidence of U.S. citizenship plus photocopy
3. Proof of identity plus photocopy
4. One passport photo
5. Payment for fees

You may find the closest passport office and schedule an appointment here: http://usps.com/scheduler

23 and confused
by: Anonymous

Question: I got my passport when I was 14. It expired in 2015., I’m 23 now but it’s been less then 5 years since expiration. Does that mean I need a renewal or a new adult passport passport?

Answer: Passports issued when one was a minor cannot be renewed. You need to apply for your first adult passport.

Renewal or not?
by: Kathy

Question: When my son was a year old, we got him a passport. Now he is five and we plan to visit another country soon. His passport photo has his baby face. Do I need to renew for his photo? Or is it okay to use this passport?

Answer: It is okay to use his current passport as long as it still meets the entry requirements of the country you are visiting. Should questions arise regarding his appearance, you may show his birth certificate and photos leading up to his current look.

My son's child passport is expired. He is now 17.
by: Anonymous

Question: Hi, my son's child passport is now expired and we need to renew it for our upcoming travel. He is now 17. Can we renew his passport using DS-82? Or will this be considered a new adult passport DS-11? Also, will we still need his dad's consent to get him the new passport? If so, is there a form or a process we can follow? Thank you!

Answer: At 17, your son can now apply for an adult passport. If he already has his own government-issued ID like a driver's license, he will only need a signed consent from you plus a copy of your ID. You no longer need to accompany him when he submits his application at an acceptance facility. You can help him set up an appointment here.

Passport renewal for 13 yr old
by: Anonymous

Question: We are traveling 12/14-12/21 on a cruise. Our son is 13. His passport expires 3/23/20. Which leaves less than six months validity while traveling. To renew, do we renew as a new minor passport? Will it be valid for five years when he will be 18 yrs old? If so, does that mean it’s okay for a 16 yr old or older to travel with a minor’s passport up until it expires?

Answer: You need to apply for a minor's passport which will be valid for 5 years. Your son may continue to use his passport until it expires.

Renewal Question
by: Jen

Question: Hello,

My passport expired back in 2014, and I want to renew it in January since this year is almost over. But I'm not sure if I should use Form DS-82 or DS-11. It's gonna be 15 years expired December of 2019 and when I do renew will I be paying just the $110 or $110+$35 processing fee totaling $145. Thank you for your time.

Answer: Hi, Jen. Since it will not be 5 years after expiration, you may still apply for a passport renewal by mail.

You will then only need to pay the $110 application fee.

Passport renewal for adult with previous passport issued as a minor
by: David

Question: My son applied at our local passport office in Maryland in person. He was issued a passport at 15 as a minor. He went in to the office with all the required documents and payments and they sent his application in. We just got a letter stating he is not eligible to use the passport renewal application because the book submitted was issued prior to his 16th birthday. They retained his passport fee. Why is this happening? He did it at the office and it should be completed correctly. Please explain.

Answer: Passports issued to minors age 15 and under cannot be renewed. Therefore, Form DS-82 is not the applicable form. Your son should have completed Form DS-11 and submitted it in person at a local acceptance facility.

Minor passport as citizenship evidence
by: Ann

Question: I am 20 years old and have an unexpired passport that was issued in March 2014 when I was 15 years old as a minor. Am I able to solely use this passport as both primary verification of citizenship and ID proof, or do I need to have my birth certificate, etc?

Answer: Hello, Ann. Since this passport was issued when you were 15, you cannot use it as citizenship evidence or proof of identity. You need to submit your birth certificate and a photocopy of your driver's license for these purposes.

Renewing a passport problem
by: Anonymous

Question: Could I renew my passport even if it was issued 19 years ago? I'm planning to renew it and now I'm 20 years old. And my recent passport was issued when i was a one-year-old.

Answer: Passports issued to minors or when one was a minor cannot be renewed. You need to apply for a new passport as an adult. Please prepare the following requirements:

1. Form DS-11 (complete but do not sign yet)
2. Evidence of U.S. citizenship
3. Proof of identity and photocopy
4. One passport photo
5. Payment for fees

You need to apply in person at an acceptance facility and sign the application in the presence of a passport agent. You may find a nearby post office location and schedule an appointment here.

New passport for 18 year old who was 15 when issued
by: Anonymous

Question: My 18-year-old daughter would like to travel to Canada but her passport is now expired. She got it when she was 15. Does that require her to get a renewal or a new passport? Can she enter Canada with an expired passport? And then re enter the U.S.? If she needs a new passport can she get one same day in the Burlington VT passport office even though she doesn’t reside there? And will she need her birth certificate as well as expired passport?

Answer: If the passport was issued when she was 15, it should be valid until she is 20. Please double-check the expiration date on the passport's data page.

If it is indeed expired, she needs to apply in person and submit her requirements, including the original or a certified copy of her birth certificate as evidence of U.S. citizenship. Same-day service is available at the Vermont Passport Agency on South Main Street in St. Albans. However, there is no guarantee that a passport will be issued on the same day; regional agencies typically process applications in 1 to 8 business days.

While U.S. citizens may enter Canada with just citizenship evidence and a valid government-issued ID, she will still need a valid U.S. passport book or card to re-enter the United States.

Passport issued as a minor over 15 years ago
by: Anonymous

Question: I had a passport when I was 15 and has since expired and is nowhere to be found. Now 34, I need a passport and the form asks if I've ever been issued a passport before. I have but I was a minor and have no further information about it. Do I check no or yes?

Answer: Passport application forms need to be filled in only with information that is true and correct. Please indicate that you have been issued a passport in the past and put NA or 'Not Applicable' on the space provided for the passport number. Also, it would be good to include a signed statement explaining why you do not have the information.

19-year-old needed birth certificate to renew
by: Anonymous

Question: Our 19-year-old daughter attempted to renew her expired but undamaged passport issued in 2010 when she was 12 at the Savannah Post Office, but was denied as they said she needed her birth certificate. Our local (Colorado) post office said she only needed the passport. Which is true? Thanks.

Answer: A passport issued when a citizen was a minor cannot be used as evidence of citizenship. Your daughter needs to submit her birth certificate as proof.

Can I renew my daughters passport that expired last year?
by: Anonymous

Question: My daughter's passport has expired. She is out of the country and she can't travel here because her passport is already expired. She can't go to the Philippine Consulate in Japan due to lack of money and she is a minor. Can I renew her passport here in the Philippines even if she's not here? I'm her mother based here in the Philippines. Thanks.

Answer: Please contact the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo for advice on how you can assist your daughter in getting a passport or travel document to travel back to the Philippines.

MA
by: Anonymous

Question: If I already had a passport when I was under 18 and I am wanting to renew it now, do I have to have all requirements again or do I just present my old passport?

Answer: You must apply in person for a new passport at an application acceptance facility and submit all required documents. If your passport was issued in 2007 or later, it can be submitted as evidence of U.S. citizenship. If it was issued prior to 2007, you must submit your original or a certified copy of your birth certificate. You will find a complete list of requirements here.

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