COVID-19 Update May 20,2021
For those travelers needing Minor, New (or Replacement for Lost/Stolen) Passports, our best advice is to complete the DS-11 form and submit those directly at a Passport-supporting U.S. Post Office for 8-12 week service. Fast Passports and Visas cannot assist with these types of New/Replacement Passports at this time.
Standard Requirements for a Damaged Adult Passport
- Complete Application: Complete, download & print the DS-82 application form from the government website.
- NOTE: If your passport application processing time is 6 or more days, we will need a second copy of the application form attached to our Letter of Authorization form.
- Complete our LOA (Letter of Authorization): The Letter of Authorization simply enables us to act in the capacity necessary to resolve and answer any problems that may arise, to submit your passport application and to pick up your passport (and any related documents) when it has been issued by the Passport Agency.
- Photograph: two recent, clear, front view, in color, professional 2″x2″ passport photo of the applicant with a plain white or off-white background.
- In color
- Printed on matte or glossy photo quality paper
- 2 x 2 inches (51 x 51 mm) in size
- Sized such that the head is between 1 inch and 1 3/8 inches (between 25 and 35 mm) from the bottom of the chin to the top of the head. View the Photo Composition Template below for more size requirement details.
- Taken within the last 6 months to reflect your current appearance
- Taken in front of a plain white or off-white background
- Taken in full-face view directly facing the camera
- With a neutral facial expression and both eyes open
- Itinerary: copy of your round-trip ticket, reservation, or letter from a travel agency under applicant’s name, listing flight number and arrival/departure dates and reservation code provided by the airline/cruise company;
- Most Recent Passport:
- If your name has changed since your passport was issued, please enclose a certified copy of the legal document specifying your name change, such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption decree or a court order.