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Passports
Required for International Travel
Passport books are required to travel internationally by air for all ages. Passports, passport cards, or enhanced driver's licenses are required to cross into Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean by land or sea for adults and children 16 years old and older. Children 15 years old and younger may cross into Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean by land or sea using a birth certificate.

Obtaining a Passport
To obtain a passport you need:
  • A completed application form
  • Two passport photos
  • A certified copy of your birth certificate issued by the state - not the hospital 
  • Check or money order

Applying at for a Passport
Application forms are available at the Civic Center, 152 West Cedar Street, or online at the U.S. Department of State Travel website. To apply for your passport at the Civic Center, please set up an appointment by calling (360) 681-3432.

Associated Fees
For the following associated fees:
  • Adults are persons 16 years old and up
  • Minors are persons 15 years old and younger

Note: There is an additional charge of $60 to expedite your application for receipt within three weeks.

Passport Book

Adults

Minors

Fee (Paid to U.S. Department of State)

$110

$80

Acceptance Agent Fee* (Paid to the City of Sequim)

$25

$25

Total

$135

$105


Passport Card

Adults

Minors

Fee (Paid to U.S. Department of State)

$30

$15

Acceptance Agent Fee* (Paid to the City of Sequim)

$25

$25

Total

$55

$40


Passport Book & Card

Adults

Minors

Fee (Paid to U.S. Department of State)

$140

$95

Acceptance Agent Fee* (Paid to the City of Sequim)

$25

$25

Total

$165

$120

* The acceptance agent fee is paid regardless of where you apply.   


Children's Passport Issuance Alert Program (CPIAP)

The Children's Passport Issuance Alert Program (CPIAP) is one of the U.S. Department of State's most important tools for preventing international parental child abduction.  The program allows parents to register their U.S. citizen children under the age of 18 in the Department's Passport Lookout System.  The passport lookout system gives all U.S. passport agencies, as well as U.S. embassies and consulates abroad, an alert on a child's name if a parent or guardian registers an objection to passport issuance for his or her child.  If a passport application is submitted for a child who is registered in CPIAP, the Department contacts and alerts the parent or parents, warning of possible plans for international travel with the child. 

To register a child under age 18 in CPIAP, customers can visit www.travel.state.gov in order to locate the Entry Request Form.  Customers can also contact the National Passport Information Center by phone at 1-877-487-2778.