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EASY FORM FILLER - US PASSPORT

New Passport - DS-11 Form

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New Passport - DS-11 Form
U.S. Department of State APPLICATION FOR A U.S. PASSPORT HOW TO SUBMIT THIS APPLICATION Complete and submit this application in person to a designated passport acceptance facility, a passport agency (by appointment only), or a U.S. embassy, consulate, or consular agency (if abroad). To find your nearest acceptance facility, visit travel.state.gov or call the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-487-2778 (TDD/TTY: 1-888-874-7793). OTHER FORMS OF PROOF OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP APPLICANTS BORN IN THE UNITED STATES An acceptable U.S. birth certificate must include your full name, date and place of birth, sex, date the birth record was filed, the seal or other certification of the official custodian of such records (state, county, or city/town office), and the full names of your parent(s). - If the birth certificate was filed more than one year aſter the birth: It must be supported by evidence described in the ne paragraph. - If no birth record exists: Submit a registrar's notice to that effect. Also, submit a combination of the evidence listed below, which should include your first and last name, date and/or place of birth, the seal or other certification of the office (if customary), and the signature of the issuing official. A hospital birth record An early baptismal or circumcision certificate Early census, school, medical, or family Bible records Insurance files or published birth announcements (such as a newspaper article) Notarized affidavits (or DS-10, Birth Affidavit) of older blood relatives having knowledge of your birth may be submitted in addition to some of the records listed above. APPLICANTS BORN OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES Please note: If we determine that you are a U.S. citizen, your lawful permanent resident card submitted with this application will be foarded to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. - If you claim citizenship through naturalization of one or both parent(s), submit all of the following: Certificate(s) of Naturalization of your parent(s) Your foreign birth certificate (and official translation if the document is not in English) Evidence of your admission to the United States for legal permanent residence and proof you subsequently resided in the United States Your parents' marriage/certificate and/or evidence that you were in the legal and physical custody of your U.S. citizen parent, if applicable - If you claim citizenship through birth abroad to at least one U.S. citizen parent, submit all of the following: Consular Report of Birth Abroad (Form FS-240), Certification of Birth (Form DS-1350 or FS-545), or your foreign birth certificate (and official translation if the document is not in English) Proof of U.S. citizenship of your parent Your parents' marriage certificate Affidavit showing all of your U.S. citizen parents' periods and places of residence and physical presence before your birth (DS-5507) - If you claim citizenship through adoption by a U.S. citizen parent(s)*, submit all of the following: Evidence of your permanent residence status Evidence of your full and final adoption Evidence that you were in the legal and physical custody of your U.S. citizen parent(s) Evidence you have resided in the United States *Only applies if the applicant was born on or aſter 10/05/1978. You must establish your citizenship to the satisfaction of the Department. We may ask you to provide additional evidence to establish your claim to U.S. citizenship. Visit travel.state.gov/citizenship for details. OTHER FEE INFORMATION FEES ARE LISD ON OUR SITE AT TVEL.STE.GOV. BY LA  PASSPORT FîS ARE NON-RïUNÚBLE. Expedited service: Available for an additional fee. Our website travel.state.gov contains updated information regarding fees and processing times for expedited service. Expedited service is only available for passports mailed in the United States and Canada. Please include the appropriate fee with your payment. 1-2 Day Delivery: Available for an additional fee. This service is only available for passport book (and not passport card) mailings in the United States. Please include the appropriate fee with your payment. Verification of a previous U.S. Passport or Consular Report of Birth Abroad: An additional fee will be charged when, upon your request, we verify issuance of a previous U.S. passport or Consular Report of Birth Abroad because you are unable to submit evidence of U.S. citizenship. Special Issuance Passpos: If you present U.S. government authorization to apply for a special issuance passport (no-fee regular, service, official, or diplomatic), you must pay the execution fee when applying at a designated acceptance facility. No other fees are charged when you apply. DS-11 12-2020 Instruction Page 2 of 4
Separate mailings: You may receive your newly-issued U.S. passport book and/or card and your citizenship evidence in two separate mailings. If you are applying for both a U.S. passport book and passport card, you may receive three separate mailings; one with your returned evidence, one with your newly-issued passport book, and one with your newly-issued passport card. Passport numbers: Each newly issued passport book or card will have a different passport number than your previous one. "In care of": If you do not live at the address listed in the "mailing address" section of this application, put the name of the person who does and mark it "In Care Of" in item # 8 on page 1 of 2. If the applicant is a minor child, please include the "in care of" name of the adult registered to receive mail at this address. Moved? If your mailing address changes prior to receipt of your new passport, please contact the National Passport Information Center at 1-877- 487-2778 (TDD/TTY: 1-888-874-7793) or [email protected] NOTE: The U.S. Department of State will not mail a U.S. passport to a private address outside the United States or Canada. The U.S. passport card is not valid for international air travel. Unlike the U.S. passport book, the U.S. passport card is valid only for entry at land border crossings and sea ports of entry when traveling from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Bermuda. The maximum number of letters provided for your given name (first and middle) on the U.S. passport card is 24 characters. If both your given names are more than 24 characters, you must shorten one of your given names you list on item #1 on page 1 of 2. Both the passport book and card are U.S. passports. They reflect the bearer's identity and nationality, and they are subject to existing passport laws and regulations. U.S. passports are only issued to U.S. citizens or non-citizen U.S. nationals. The information you provide regarding your lost or stolen U.S. passport book or card will be placed into our Consular Lost or Stolen Passport System. This system is designed to prevent the misuse of your lost or stolen U.S. passport book or card. Anyone using the passport book or card that was reported lost or stolen may be detained upon entry into the United States. If you find the U.S. passport book or card that was reported lost or stolen, report it as found, and submit it for cancellation. It has been invalidated. You cannot use that passport book or card for travel. A United States citizen or non-citizen national may not normally have more than one valid or potentially valid U.S. passport book or more than one valid or potentially valid U.S. passport card at a time. Therefore, when a valid or potentially valid U.S. passport book or card cannot be presented with a new application, you must submit a Form DS-64, Statement Regarding a Lost or Stolen U.S. Passport. Your statement must detail why the previous U.S. passport book or card cannot be presented.
AUTHORITIES: Collection of this information is authorized by 22 U.S.C. 211a et seq.; 8 U.S.C. 1104; 26 U.S.C. 6039E, 22 U.S.C. 2714a(f), Section 236 of the Admiral James W. Nance and Meg Donovan Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 2000 and 2001; Executive Order 11295 (August 5, 1966); and 22 C.F.R. parts 50 and 51. PURPOSE: We are requesting this information in order to determine your eligibility to be issued a U.S. passport. Your Social Security number is used to verify your identity. ROUTINE USES: This information may be disclosed to another domestic government agency, a private contractor, a foreign government agency, or to a private person or private employer in accordance with certain approved routine uses. These routine uses include, but are not limited to, law enforcement activities, employment verification, fraud prevention, border security, counterterrorism, litigation activities, and activities that meet the Secretary of State's responsibility to protect U.S. citizens and non-citizen nationals abroad. More information on the Routine Uses for the system can be found in System of Records Notices State-05, Overseas Citizen Services Records and Other Overseas Records and State-26, Passport Records. DISCLOSURE: Providing information on this form is voluntary. Be advised, however, that failure to provide the information requested on this form may cause delays in processing your U.S. passport application and/or could result in the refusal or denial of your application. Failure to provide your Social Security number may result in the denial of your application (consistent with 22 U.S.C. 2714a(f)) and may subject you to a penalty enforced by the Internal Revenue Service, as described in the Federal Tax Law section of the instructions to this form. Your Social Security number will be provided to the Department of the Treasury and may be used in connection with debt collection, among other purposes authorized and generally described in this section. Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 85 minutes per response, including the time required for searching existing data sources, gathering the necessary data, providing the information and/or documents required, and reviewing the final collection. You do not have to supply this information unless this collection displays a currently valid OMB control number. If you have comments on the accuracy of this burden estimate and/or recommendations for reducing it, please send them to: Passport Forms Officer, U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Passport Services, Office of Program Management and Operational Support, 44132 Mercure Cir, PO Box 1199, Sterling, Virginia 20166-1199.
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