Post Offices all around the US are now accepting first-time passport applications for the United States Department of State. Some Post Offices offer walk-in passport acceptance, however, many Post Offices offering passport services require an appointment so, you need to make a Passport Appointment at your nearest Post Office.
Making a Passport Appointment is an easy process and can easily be done online through the website of USPS. The process of making a USPS Passport Appointment is briefly mentioned below.
How to make a USPS Passport Appointment?
- Visit the USPS Appointment Scheduling Webpage – https://tools.usps.com/rcas.htm.
- Select your Service Type from the drop-down menu.
- Also, select the Number of Adults and the Number of Minors under age 16.
- Now, search for Appointments either by Location or Date. (Select the option that you think is more suitable for you).
- Select an Appointment Time from the list of appointments available. It is recommended that you arrive 10 minutes before your appointment.
- To confirm your appointment, provide your contact information such as your Name, Phone Number, and Email Address.
- Agree to the terms and conditions.
- Now, click on Review Appointment.
- Verify the details of the appointment.
- Click on Schedule Appointment to confirm your appointment.
USPS Application Acceptance Fees
USPS offers the customers with a certain fee for accepting passport appointment which is mentioned as under:
$35.00 – Post Office acceptance fee
$15.00 – Post Office photo fee (if needed)
(Note: State Department payment is sent with your application package. State Department fees are paid separately from USPS fees.)