Passport Offices in Denver
For those looking to plan an international vacation, they need to make sure that they have a passport. Getting a passport in time for a vacation requires careful planning; however, it is also possible for US Citizens to get a passport on the same day. You could find our statewide listing of our passport offices in Colorado here.
Those without urgent plans can use the standard application process which takes between four and six weeks on average. During busy travel times, it can take longer than six weeks. Anyone looking to apply for a passport should complete the application, gather the requested paperwork, and submit the completed paperwork and the application with the requested fees to a passport office. For added visa pages, this can be handled by mail. New applications and requests for replacements for lost passports must be handled at one of the passport offices in Denver, such as Denver Passport on W 46th street or the US Post Office on Buchtel Blvd.
It is possible to get an expedited passport in Denver in as little as two weeks. This requires submission of an added $60 fee with detailed travel plans to be submitted with all of the other paperwork above. The application and supporting documents will have to go to different addresses, so write carefully.
An Urgent Passport
The US State Department has an automated scheduling process for those who can visit a regional passport agency in person for urgent passport processing. Applicants can also take advantage of an authorized courier to show up on their behalf. Regional passport offices are located in several major cities across the country and represent the fastest way to get a passport.
Denver Passport Offices
|Denver County Court||520 W Colfax Ave, #160|
|Uspo - Capitol Hill Station||1541 Marion St|
|Uspo - Downtown Station||951 20th St|
|Uspo - Gmf Finance||7550 E 53rd Pl|
|Uspo - Sunnyside Station||1766 W 46th Ave|
|Uspo -university Park Station||3800 Buchtel Blvd|