As of 2015, some fees that applicants might have to pay at the passport office include an application fee, execution fee and expedited service fee, according to the United States Department of State. The exact fees required depends on factors such as whether it is a first-time passport or renewal and whether the applicant needs rush delivery service.
As of 2015, passport holders over the age of 15 who are renewing their passport do not have to pay the execution fee. Applicants who are under age 16 have a less expensive passport fee than adult applicants. Applicants should check with the passport office to determine the fees required.
Other fees that may be included at the passport office are Passport Book Overnight Delivery, adding pages to the passport and file search, notes the U.S. Department of State.