Vermont Passport Offices

73 Passport Office Results
Alburg Post Office
12 S Main St
Alburgh, VT 05440
Located in Grand Isle County
Beebe Plain Post Office
3141 Beebe Rd
Newport, VT 05855
Located in Orleans County
Bennington Superior Court
207 South St
Bennington, VT 05201
Located in Bennington County
Barton Post Office
405 Main St
Barton, VT 05822
Located in Orleans County
Bethel Post Office
34 N Main St
Bethel, VT 05032
Located in Windsor County
Bradford Post Office
41 Barton St
Bradford, VT 05033
Located in Orange County
Brownsville Post Office
1269 Route 44
Brownsville, VT 05037
Located in Windsor County
Burlington Post Office
11 Elmwood Ave
Burlington, VT 05401
Located in Chittenden County
Brattleboro Post Office
204 Main St
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Located in Windham County
Chittenden Superior Court
175 Main St
Burlington, VT 05401
Located in Chittenden County
Cavendish Post Office
2025 Main St
Cavendish, VT 05142
Located in Windsor County
Bridgewater Post Office
102 Mill Road Vt Route 4
Bridgewater, VT 05034
Located in Windsor County

Visit any of the 73 Vermont passport office locations. There are currently offices in Vermont that are available for helping you receive or update your travel documents. Find a Vermont passport office by searching your current city.

A passport office in Vermont 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 Vermont, remember these key points:

  • Vermont'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 Vermont driver's license).
  • Passport fees can vary in Vermont 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 Vermont, 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 Vermont 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 Vermont.

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