Frequently Asked Questions

Who is PassportRenewal.com?

PassportRenewal.com is a passport expediting service founded on the idea that simple is good. No place on the web has an easier or more intuitive platform for renewing passports. With decades of technology-centered business experience, our team has a proven track record of improving customer experiences.

PassportRenewal.com is a division of govWorks, whose mission is to reinvent the way individuals and organizations obtain travel documents by utilizing consumer-friendly best practices along with innovative technology.

How long does it take?

We can get you a renewed passport in as little as 24 hours. On our website you can select the service that best meets your needs.

How does it work?

It’s simple. If you need to renew your passport in a hurry then you’ve come to the right place. After you place your order you simply fill out the passport renewal application on our website. You then send us the application and supporting documents and we deal directly with the government to get you a new passport. Take a Tour to see just how easy it is to renew your passport with PassportRenewal.com.

What makes PassportRenewal.com different?

Our web platform was built with you in mind. Our easy-to-use system walks you through the passport application process and ensures that all of your supporting documentation is in proper order.

When should I renew my passport?

If possible, you should renew your passport about nine (9) months before it expires. Most countries require that your passport be valid at least six (6) months beyond the dates of your trip. Some airlines will not allow you to board if this requirement is not met.

Do I get my old passport back?

Yes, we will return your expired/cancelled passport to you along with your new passport.

Do I have to provide my Social Security Number?

Yes. The Internal Revenue Code requires you to provide your Social Security Number when you apply for a U.S. passport renewal. If you do not provide your Social Security Number it may result in significant processing delays and/or the denial of your application.