Idaho Passport Offices

62 Passport Office Results
Power County Clerk's Office
543 Bannock Ave
American Falls, ID 83211
Located in Power County
Butte County Clerk Of The District Court
247 W Grand Ave
Arco, ID 83213
Located in Butte County
Bingham County Clerk's Office
501 N Maple St, #205
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Located in Bingham County
Uspo - Blackfoot
165 W Pacific St
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Located in Bingham County
Cassia County Recorder
1459 Overland Ave, #105
Burley, ID 83318
Located in Cassia County
Boundary County Clerk
6452 Kootenai St
Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
Located in Boundary County
Canyon County Elections
1102 E Chicago St
Caldwell, ID 83605
Located in Canyon County
Uspo - Boise Main Office
770 S 13th St
Boise, ID 83702
Located in Ada County
Valley County Clerk Of Court
219 N Main St
Cascade, ID 83611
Located in Valley County
Kootenai County Recorder
451 N Government Way, Coeur D39alene
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Located in Kootenai County
Custer County Clerk
801 Main St
Challis, ID 83226
Located in Custer County
Uspo - Coeur D' Alene
111 N 7th St
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Located in Kootenai County

Visit any of the 62 Idaho passport office locations. There are currently offices in Idaho that are available for helping you receive or update your travel documents. Find a Idaho passport office by searching your current city.

A passport office in Idaho is a government facility where U.S. citizens can apply for or renew their passports, enabling them to explore the world. Each state in the U.S. boasts at least one of these passport offices, offering convenience and accessibility.

When applying for a passport in Idaho, remember these key points:

  • Idaho's passport offices require prior appointments, so be sure to schedule one in advance.
  • To obtain a passport, you'll need a completed DS-11 form, proof of U.S. citizenship (like a birth certificate), and government-issued identification (such as a Idaho driver's license).
  • Passport fees can vary in Idaho based on whether you're applying for a new passport, renewing an existing one, or seeking expedited service.
  • Photo services may be available on-site at certain passport offices in Idaho, or you may need to bring your passport photo.
  • Typically, standard passport applications take about 4-6 weeks to process, but expedited services offered at Idaho offices can reduce this to 2-3 weeks.

Applying for a passport can be straightforward if you're prepared with the necessary documents and information. For state-specific details and requirements, reach out to your local passport office in Idaho.

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