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To find your passport number, open the passport to the inside front cover and look in the upper right corner of the page. The number is nine digits long and is typically written in black ink under the line "Passport No."

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The nine-digit number on a U.S. passport is on the top right of the photo page just inside the cover of the passport. It's printed right under Passport No./No. du Passeport, No. de Pasaporte. If you don't have the passport with you, the number can be recovered from documents you fill out as part of

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A U.S. passport provides a universally accepted method of verifying a person's identity and place of citizenship before allowing him to travel freely in a foreign country. When conflicts occur abroad, passports help individuals prove they are U.S. nationals with the right to travel back to the Unite

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If you are a U.S. citizen, you can get a passport by providing a passport application and appropriate documentation to an approved passport facility. The U.S. Department of State lays out different procedures according to first timers, children and passport renewals.

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Digital Passport is a general educational system designed for students in the third to fifth grades. The system is published by Common Sense Media and is available at no cost to schools.

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In order to obtain a passport, the application process requires evidence of U.S. citizenship, photo identification, a passport photo and Form DS-11. A certified U.S. birth certificate, a previous U.S. passport, a consular report of birth abroad or a certificate of naturalization/citizenship is accep

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First-time applicants for U.S. passports, and applicants under the age of 16 must apply in person at an authorized passport acceptance facility. Holders of passports that are more than 15 years old must apply for a new passport in person.

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It costs $110 to renew an adult's American passport or $140 to renew a passport book and passport card, as of October 2015. To renew an American passport for a child, it costs $80 for the book or $95 for the book and card. Both require a $25 acceptance fee.

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First-time applicants who are in the United States and are applying for a U.S. passport must submit a passport application in person at an approved location, explains the Bureau of Consular Affairs. The application form, known as DS-11, is available online and at passport agencies. However, completi

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A passport stamp is an impression that immigration authorities place on a traveler's passport when entering and leaving a country. Most countries use a rubber stamp to ink the impression, but some, such as Japan, use stickers.