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Before visiting a foreign country, you should ensure that all your travel concerns are addressed. Here are a few of the most common questions my office receives that deal with passports:

How can I renew my existing passport?

If you already have a passport that is not damaged, was issued in the past 15 years, was received after your 16th birthday, and has your same name, you can apply for a passport renewal by mail.

For more information on renewing your passport, visit the Passport Renewal Page at the U.S. Consular Affairs Web Site.


I can't wait for the normal six week processing time for my application. Can I request an expedite?

Yes. For an additional fee, you can request expedited processing which normally takes two weeks.

For more information on expediting processing, visit the Expedited Service Page at the U.S. Consular Affairs Web Site.

If you would like my help with passport issue, please print out my Authorization Form and fax or mail it to my office.

Our Locations

  • Washington, DC Office

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    569 Cannon HOB
    Washington, DC 20515
  • Rock Hill Office

    for assistance with departments or agencies of the federal government.

    454 South Anderson Rd.
    Suite 302 B
    Rock Hill, SC 29730
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