Passport Renewal for 18-Year-Olds or Older
iVisa | Updated on Sep 22, 2023

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Ready to renew your passport and unlock new adventures beyond borders? You've come to the right place!

At iVisa, we specialize in making the passport renewal process a breeze for adults aged 18 and older. Gone are the days of complex forms and endless waiting. With our state-of-the-art platform and mobile app, renewing your passport is as simple as it should be.

This comprehensive guide will walk you through each step, ensuring your global exploration journey is smooth and effortless. Your next travel chapter is just around the corner—let's get started!

The importance of an up-to-date passport

Keeping your passport current is vital for smooth travel and avoiding complications, as some countries and airlines deny entry if your passport expires in less than six months.

An expired passport can disrupt plans, so try to always be aware of your document’s validity period. A valid passport is essential for emergency travel and a key ID for official matters.

If your passport expired and you’re 18 or older you can easily renew it through us. Remember that first-time renewals involve different forms and may require extra documentation, like a birth certificate; however, it is unlikely that you will require your parents' marriage certificate, etc.

On the other hand, subsequent renewals usually have a faster processing time and may require fewer documents, making the experience more streamlined.

How to renew your passport after you turn 18?

It’s easy to renew your adult passport with our passport services. Applicants just need to fill out the form online, receive all documents via mail, and then deliver them to the post office. Here is a detailed breakdown of the passport application steps:

Step 1: Fill out the online DS-82 form with your information, such as name, address, and birth date.

Step 2: Attach your recent passport photos to the online form. They must show your full face and be front view, high-resolution images. You can use our passport photo service if you don’t have current ones.

Step 3: Pay the U.S. Government fee and the iVisa fee using a credit card, debit card, Paypal, or Venmo to make the payment.

Note: You DO NOT need to submit your current passport or old passport to us.

Step 4: Receive your passport renewal kit, follow the instructions, gather the supporting documents, and take your completed passport renewal package to the nearest mailbox or post office, then mail it to the nearest passport acceptance facility or passport office.

Step 5: Track your renewal application status with our frequent updates. Get your new passport and travel!

Simple right? Apply now!

How long will it be before I receive my new passport?

The timeframe for receiving your new passport varies depending on your chosen services.

U.S. Government service:

Standard service: If you opt for the standard service offered by the U.S. Government, expect to receive your new passport in 8-10 weeks.

Expedited service: Need it sooner? The U.S. Government also offers expedited services for an additional fee, delivering your passport in 4-6 weeks.

Our services:

Our passport renewal kit will reach you in either 3, 6, or 9 business days, depending on your selected option.

Whether you're planning months ahead or preparing for last-minute travel, we have options to suit your timeline. Check out our passport guide for more information on expediting your passport renewal process.

What if my passport gets rejected?

Facing a passport rejection can be a stressful experience, but it's essential to remember that it's usually resolvable. Common reasons for rejection include inadequate documentation, invalid photos, or incorrect fees.

But what do you do? There are a few steps you can take:

Review rejection letter: Understand the reason for the rejection by carefully reading the letter or notification you receive.

Address the issues: Correct any errors or gather any additional documents that may be required.

Resubmit application: Once you've rectified the issues, you can resubmit your application.

Let us help you: Our support team can guide you through the process and help you address any challenges.

Remember, a rejection is not the end of the road; it's just a detour. With careful attention to detail and the right support, you'll be back on your journey to global adventures.

Need more information?

If you have any questions about the U.S. passport renewal, please contact our customer support team at any time via online chat or email at [email protected]. They are available 24/7 and will be happy to help you!

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