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Community Center / News / March 19, 2018

Lieutenant Governor Osbert Potter has notified the public that the U.S. Department of State has increased the passport execution fees from $25 to $35, effective April 2, 2018.  The $10 increase in execution fee will only apply to U.S. passport applicants who are required to apply using the DS-11 form in person at the passport acceptance facility, Mr. Potter said. These applicants include:

  • Minors
  • First-time adults (16 years and older)
  • Applicants who have lost their passport
  • Applicants that wish to replace a stolen passport

The $10 fee increase is not applicable to adults that use the DS-82 form to submit renewal applications by mail.

The Office of the Lieutenant Governor manages the passport acceptance facilities in the territory.  For more information, call 340-774-4024 in St. Thomas and St. John, and 340-773-6449 in St. Croix.

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