Please cancel your appointment at least 24 hours in advance by using your email confirmation or by
calling (805)893-3552

Pay all fees when you apply.

  • Application Fee:
    • Checks (personal, certified, cashiers, travelers), payable to “Department of State”
    • Money orders (U.S. Postal, international, currency exchanges) and bank drafts, payable to “U.S. Dept of State”
  • Execution Fee:

This goes directly to the passport agency. If you’re writing a check or money order, make it payable to UC Regents.

A $35 Acceptance Fee and $10 Passport Photo Fee is charged for all passports (Adult & Child). In the case passport approved photo is provided, the photo fee will be waived.

Routine Service (6-8 Weeks)
*as of June 1, 2019*
$110.00 Adult Passport Book Fee
$30.00 Adult Passport Card Fee
$140.00 Adult Passport Book and Card Fee

Expedited Service (2-4 Weeks)
*as of June 1, 2019*
$170.00 Adult Passport Book Fee
$90.00 Adult Passport Card Fee
$200.00 Adult Passport Book and Card Fee
 

Routine Service (6-8 Weeks)
*as of June 1, 2019*
$80.00 Child Under 16 Passport Book Fee
$15.00 Child Under 16 Passport Card Fee
$95.00 Child Under 16 Passport Book and Card Fee

Expedited Service (2-3 Weeks)
*as of June 1, 2019*
$140.00 Child Under 16 Passport Book Fee
$80.00 Child Under 16 Passport Card Fee
$155.00 Child Under 16 Passport Book and Card Fee

*The fee for Minors 16 and older is the same as adults. Minors under the age of 16 pay the child price*

If your bank cannot issue you a money order, the basement of the University Center has a post office
and they can issue a money order for a small fee. They only accept cash for the money order.

A passport book is required for international travel, however purchasing a passport card in addition to a
book has some benefits. Like a passport book, a passport card is considered a Real ID and can be used
for domestic travel, but is wallet sized and convenient to carry. Having a passport card in addition to a
passport book while traveling internationally allows you to have an additional proof of citizenship on
you in an emergency, especially since often the passport book is left securely in a hotel safe.
Read more about the Real ID Act here.

Yes, both parents need to be present at the appointment. In the case that one parent cannot make it, a
notarized form (DS-3053), and a front and back copy of a driver's license needs to be provided on one
sheet and side of paper. Download the Information Form for U.S. Passport Applications for Children
Under Age 16
.

Sometimes a name change can be done by mail, sometimes you must submit a DS-11 in person. To find
out what the requirements are, click here

Applicants may check the status of their pending passport application by calling the National Passport
Information Center at (877) 487-2778. They can also track their application status online approximately
one week after submission. Click here.