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Expedited Passport Order Form

If you need your passport in two weeks or less, you can complete the Expedited Passport Order Form below. Your emergency passport will be in your hand in two weeks or less, as quick as 24-48 hours if you want.

Use our quick passport flow chart to determine your eligibility for expedited passport service.

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Passports Online provides with you all of your options on how to order a passport. If you are not in a rush, you can apply through your local passport acceptance facility. The post office, county clerk, and even some libraries offer this service. Routine processing takes 4-6 weeks. You will need to bring a photo ID and proof of citizenship. For more information, click here for routine processing.

If you need your passport fast, you have three options. You can expedite through the post office. This is at an additional $60 fee and the processing time is 3 weeks. Another option for even faster service is to go through a Regional Passport Agency (by appointment only) or to go through a private expediting company (online and locally).

 

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How to Order Expedited Passport Services

Passports Online will help you with how to order expedited services and the passport expedite process online. We facilitate expediting your passport by breaking down the application forms and the documents you will need for a specific type of passport. Our easy to use checklists save you the time and effort of searching the internet for what you will need. As one of the leading official Passport Expediting Services, Fastport Passport can get your passport made as fast as you need it. A passport expediter is a U.S. Government-registered service/agency that can obtain a U.S. Passport within 24 hours or as much as 30 days if a visa is required. These options require confirmed travel plans. You will pay the expeditor fee separately from the government fees.

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