The team at PassportsOnline.ORG created an easy-to-use Fast Passport Flow Chart (i.e., infographic) for our visitors. In short, it allows you to determine the best option on how to handle your passport application.
In the event you need a U.S. passport, you’ll have several options, which you’ll find below in the Fast Passport Flow Chart:
- Routine Processing at the Post Office.
- Expedited Processing at a Regional Passport Agency.
- Expedited Processing via a Registered Third-Party Courier.
To put it differently, you’ll need to determine which option makes the most sense for your situation.
If you need your U.S. passport within 2 weeks, you’re more likely to get your passport in time by using a third-party authorized passport expediting service. Otherwise, you can submit your passport application via the traditional method and wait up to 6 weeks for your passport.
Moreover, our Fast Passport Flow Chart outlines the procedures when you are traveling within 2 weeks or have visa requirements.
Additionally, it shows what to do when you do not have imminent travel and plan to use routine passport processing.
Fast Passport Flow Chart
Additional U.S. Passport Information
Also, you may refer to the following related links for helpful information on how to obtain your U.S. passport:
- New Passports
- Passport Renewals
- Lost or Stolen Passports
- Damaged Passports
- Minor Passport
- Expedited Passport Services
- Passport Acceptance Facility
- Regional Passport Agency
Of course, if you have any additional questions about routine passport processing or expedited passport applications, you’re more than welcome to get in touch.
You may either contact us by phone or use our live chat box at the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Also, you may submit a specific passport inquiry via our Passport Help Desk.