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A passport renewal application can be downloaded from the U.S. Department of State's website. The completed application can be returned by mail or in person.

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Passport renewal applications for the United States are submitted by mail, and require that the applicant's most recent passport is undamaged, issued within the last 15 years, issued when the applicant was 16 years or older and issued in the current name of the applicant. If the applicant's name has

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Passport renewal options include mailing the renewal application or applying in person at a Passport Acceptance Facility. Common Passport Acceptance Facilities include post offices and clerks of court.

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A passport renewal application can be submitted by mail or in person at an authorized passport acceptance facility. There are certain criteria that must be met to complete a renewal application by mail.

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To renew a passport in any state, submit an application containing Form DS-82, your most recent passport, the fee and a photo to the National Passport Processing Center, as of June 2015. If you aren't eligible for renewal by mail, go to a Passport Acceptance Facility.

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The normal processing time for renewing a U.S. passport is four to six weeks after submitting an application by mail, as of 2015. The expedited processing time is three weeks, and if the application is submitted through an agency, time can be cut to eight business days, based on need.

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An American citizen can renew his passport at a Department of State passport agency or at a passport acceptance facility such as a post office, according to the U.S Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs. Certain persons are eligible to renew their passport through the mail.

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To renew a U.S. passport, first determine if you qualify to renew by mail or if you have to renew in person. If you must renew in person, visit a Department of State Passport Agency or a passport acceptance facility, such as a post office or clerk of court.

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Most post offices, clerks of court and government offices can renew passports. They can also be renewed by sending the proper documents in the mail. The U.S. Department of State website has a passport acceptance facility search tool where a person can find the nearest facility in his area.

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The fastest way to get a U.S. passport renewed is to call the National Passport Information Center and set up an appointment at a passport agency, as of 2015. These locations charge the standard passport renewal fee and the expedited fee. Some locations also require the applicant to demonstrate a ne