May 1, 2019
Divide, Colorado – Planning a vacation outside the United States? The Divide Post Office is hosting a Passport Fair which makes it extra convenient to submit a passport application before your travel plans.
The Divide Post Office, located at 66 Hybrook Rd S, Divide, CO 80814, will accept Passport applications on Saturday, May 4, 9am to noon. Questions? Call 719-687-2885.
For the fair, postal customers are urged to make a passport application appointment online by visiting usps.com/passport and clicking the “Schedule an Appointment” link. Walk-in customers are also welcome, but are only assisted on a first-come, first-served basis, with priority given to those with appointments.
The cost for a passport book is currently $145 for adults (16 years and older), with separate payments of $110 paid to the State Department for the passport application fee and $35 to the Postal Service for its processing fee.
The cost of passport cards for adults (16 years and older) is currently $65: $35 in a separate payment to the U.S. Postal Service for the processing fee; and a $30 separate payment to the State Department for the passport application fee. The current passport card cost for those under 16 is $50: $35 in a separate payment to the U.S. Postal Service for its processing fee; and a $15 separate payment to the State Department for the passport application fee. Children under 16 must be accompanied by both parents when applying for a passport or passport card.
Identification (original and a copy), is required to prove U.S. citizenship, such as:
In addition, one current ID is required, such as:
The passport application also requires a recent passport photograph (2” x2”). Postal clerks at the Passport Center also offer passport photo services for $15 per photo.
To make the process as quick as possible, applicants are strongly encouraged to print and complete their applications ahead of time by going online at usps.com/passport. Do not sign the application form, as the passport acceptance clerk must witness the signing.
In most cases, passport renewals do not require an in-person application process; full information is available at travel.state.gov.
Customers can go to usps.com/passport or call 1-800-ASK-USPS to get the location of passport Post Offices nearest them and their passport customer service hours. All applications are sent to the U.S. State Department for final processing and approval.
The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.