Many people seem to think that children that are very young will not require a passport when traveling internationally. However, the truth is that all babies, toddlers, kids, and teenagers who are under the age of 18 will need a Child Passport. Child Passports function the same way as a regular adult passport, except that they expire after 5 years and cannot be renewed.
When ordering your child a passport, there are a few different delivery times to choose from. For those who need to acquire a passport for their child in about two weeks, Expedited Passport Service is the perfect option. Many choose expedited service because the standard processing wait time for normal service can last more than 2 months. With our expedited service, your forms will be processed in 8 - 14 business days and then mailed directly to you. At US Passport Now, we guarantee speed of service so you can rest assured that your documents will arrive in time.
If you think that expedited service is right for you, then it’s time to move forward with your child’s passport application. Once you begin the process, you will be assigned a passport agent to assist you from start to finish.
Child / Infant Passport Requirements:
- A New Passport Application
- Proof of U.S. Citizenship
- Consent from both parents (Not valid if you have sole custody)
- Proof of Identity
- Passport Photos
- Intent of Traveling
Upon completion of your application for expedited passport service, you will receive your:
- Order confirmation
- Personal agent
- Case number
- Check list and guide
You will need to make sure to keep your case number handy so that you can retrieve your tracking i.d. number from our website. Also, it will be useful when speaking with your agent. Remember that with US Passport Now, you can get it done online instead of in line. We are here to help.
If you have any questions about your expedited child passport service, you can contact: