Americans will be able to renew their passports online as soon as next year, according to recent news from the U.S Department of State.
The State Department announced this week that it will increase the security surcharge fees for passport books by $20 for all customers starting December 27.
Americans were not really paying attention to the expiration dates on their passports, and many let theirs expire. Other are realizing that their passport will expire soon.
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The State Department has resumed processing U.S. passports as some of its passport agencies and centers around the country have opened up in Phase 1, our of three phases of full reopening. The agency estimates a backlog of 1.7 million pending applications.
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