You will need a check or money order for $110/adult and $80/child under 16 to the U.S. Dept. of State AND $35 per adult and child for the processing fee which can either be paid by check or cash
(If you need a Photo, add $15 to the $35 so it would be a total of $50)
A typical passport is presently taking about 4-6 weeks
Need it quicker???
To expedite your passport, please call the County Clerks Office to learn about fees, etc. (315) 253-1271
If you are over the age of 16, your passport is valid for 10 years. Under the age of 16, the passport is only valid for 5 years.
If you are over the age of 16 when you apply for your passport, you can renew the passport every ten years.
Yes, as long as you were over the age of 16 when you applied for your original passport and the passport is not expired more than 5 years.
Yes. Your passport should have at least 6 months remaining before it expires when you travel. Most countries require you to meet that standard.
If you were at least 16 years old when you applied for your passport, you will need to bring in your expired passport and your driver’s license.
If you were under 16 years old when you applied for your original passport and you are now over 16 years of age, you will need to bring in your expired passport and drivers license.
If you are unable to submit your old passport, you will need to bring in your birth certificate and complete a Lost or Stolen Passport form with your application. If you were under 16 when you applied and you are still under 16, you will need your birth certificate and your old passport.
When you are flying out of the country you will need a passport to re-enter the United States.
If you travel by land or sea to Canada or Mexico, you have a few options. You can use a Passport Book, a Passport Card or a NYS Enhanced Drivers License.
If you are under 16 years of age, you will only need your birth certificate when you travel by land or sea to Canada or Mexico, however, the adult (s) accompanying you will be required to have the proper documents to re-enter the United States.