US Government Passport Office  

There are several passport offices in the United States and every city has one. The most common way to apply for a passport is by going to the nearest post office and processing the application. However, if you are applying for the first time, then you have to be present in person for application of the passport either in the passport office or the post office.

Every bureau of consular services gives you the nearest address of the place of your residence to apply for the passport. Every single place in the United States has some kind of set up to process passport applications and other form of identification for the citizens of the United States.

The internet has several resources where you can find out how to apply for the passport and which office is the closest for you based on the city of residence. All you need to do is enter the zip code of the place you live in and the search engine will provide you with all the details of place and address along with email id and also phone numbers to the address.

The Department of States Bureau of Consular Affairs designates several courts for accepting passport applications. In addition, clerk of courts, public libraries or post offices as also designated and authorized places for accepting passport applications. So when you are applying person, you need to find out from the local authorities where you need to apply or you can check with the local post office. If they are authorized to do it, they will let you know.

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