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Your U.S passport can only be renewed if ALL of the following conditions are met:
Another condition for having an existing passport renewed is that it must not have been issued while you were under the age of 16 years old. Passports that are issued to minors are not the same as those for adults and cannot be renewed as of such. Your current passport must have also been issued within the last 15 years. Those that are older than that will need to be replaced with a first time U.S. passport as though they have never had a previous passport. Finally, the passport must not be damaged.
If your current passport meets all of these requirements and the expiration date is not for six months longer than the extent of your planned travel, you will need to apply for an adult passport renewal services.
Once you have completed the online form and signed it, you should follow the list of documents and prepare it before you start your application process:
No. If you are renewing your passport with Form DS-82, acceptance facilities will not take your application. Acceptance facilities should never charge you a $35 fee for renewing your passport. These locations should only charge you a $35 fee if you are applying using Form DS-11.
Yes, but the passport must have been issued within the last 15 years.
In addition, you must have the passport in your possession, it cannot be damaged, you must have been age 16 or older when the passport was issued, and it must have been issued in your current name or you must show legal proof of your name change.