Can I get my passport renewal in Massachusetts?
iVisa | Updated on Sep 11, 2023

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Planning your next international trip? Most countries require a passport valid for at least six months from arrival to avoid your travel document expiring before you leave the country.

So, start your travel plans by checking the validity date of your US passport. If it’s expiring soon, you must renew it.

If you’re from Massachusetts, use our US passport renewal service to make the process easier, quicker, and stress-free. Applying with us, you complete the form and pay the fees online, then receive a renewal kit at your address, ready to ship to the US Department of State! Learn more about how to renew your US passport in Massachusetts below.

US passport renewal - Massachusetts: How to renew your passport in Massachusetts

You can renew your passport in the US by mail. However, the process can be tricking and time-consuming if you decide to make it yourself. The US Department of State’s website has all the details you need to apply alone. Remember that all the details are essential, from fulfilling the form to shipping the documents. One single error can delay or even lead to a denied application.

If you want convenience, rely on our passport renewal service. It takes just a few minutes to complete the application, and our iVisa Experts will review it to avoid mistakes. You’ll receive a kit ready to ship, stress-free! Follow these steps to renew your passport in Massachusetts:

  • Step 1: Provide your passport and basic details on our website or iVisa app. Choose the shipping time and pay the fees online.

  • Step 2: Complete the US passport renewal form and upload a photo. Use our digital photo service to get a compliant passport photo hassle-free!

  • Step 3: Receive a passport renewal kit at your address in Massachusetts. Sign the form and pack it together with your passport. Take your kit to the nearest mailbox.

  • Step 4: Track your application using the link we’ll send you. Once your passport is processed, you’ll receive it by mail.

Learn more about US passport renewal.

US passport renewals for minors

Unfortunately, children under 16 cannot renew their passports online or via mail, whether using our services or applying directly to the US Department of State. Minors must apply in person at a national passport processing center with both parents or guardians using the DS-11 form.

What if my passport renewal gets rejected or I make a mistake?

If the US government rejects your passport renewal application, you can receive a 100% refund of our service fees. Please note that we cannot refund the government fees.

However, if you need help with your application form or have questions about your documentation to renew your passport in Massachusetts, count on our team of experts to assist you. Contact us immediately if you notice anything, and we’ll do our best to solve your issues.

Where can I learn more?

If you have questions about passport renewal in Massachusetts, don’t hesitate to contact our customer support team at any time via online chat or at [email protected]. They’re always available and will be happy to help!

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