The following applicants can schedule an appointment at the library to have their application executed:
- Applying for a first time U.S. passport
- Renewing a U.S. passport for a minor (under 18)
- The applicant was 15 years or younger when your last U.S. passport was issued
- The applicant’s existing U.S. passport was issued more than 15 years ago
- The applicant’s existing U.S. passport is either lost or stolen
*Please note that adult renewals with a passport issue date less than 15 years ago can only be submitted by the applicant via U.S. mail, using form DS-82.
Schedule an Apppointment
Appointments can be made Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Appointments after 5:00 p.m. are available but extremely limited. Please call the library to schedule an appointment (914) 739-5654. We periodically offer ‘Passport Days’ on Saturdays throughout the year. Please view our Programs Calendar for those dates.
For urgent travel, you can apply in person at a passport agency. Appointments are required. Please visit the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs website for more information.
- Completed (not signed) application: Form DS-11 Application for a U.S. Passport
- Proof of U.S. Citizenship: A Certified Copy of Long Form Birth Certificate, Certification of Naturalization or a previously issued, undamaged U.S. passport.
- Photo ID: Valid Driver’s License, Passport, or Military ID, and a photocopy of the front and back of it.
- One recent color photograph: Fee for photographs taken on-site is $5.00 (includes two photos). No glasses are allowed.
- Applicants under age 16: Both parents must appear together with the child and sign the application in front of the passport agent; or one parent appears, signs, and submits second parent’s notarized statement of consent (Form DS-3053), along with a copy of the ID used for the notarization; or one parent submits primary evidence of sole custody (original documents required) to apply.
- Age 16 & 17: Needs to appear with one parent if they do not have a valid government photo ID. Otherwise, they can appear without the parent if they have proof of parental knowledge such as a letter, parent listed as emergency contact, or a personal check in the parent’s name.
Note: Each applicant must appear in person.
For additional information, along with regularly issued travel warnings and information on U.S. Embassies, visit the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs Web site.