The demand for the U.S. passport has grown over the last decade as more and more immigrants quickly become citizens of America and, thus, the need for a U.S. passport. To handle the countless passport applications every year, many centres for tickets, keys, and postal services have sprung up.
Whatever county or the state in which you live within the U.S., there’s always a U.S. passport office or centre in every county and a regional passport office located in 26 states within the U.S.
For a chance to apply for a passport, you have to go to a passport office or centre within the state or county you reside in. This way, it’s easier to obtain one, but you’ll have to schedule an appointment before your visit.
To schedule an appointment, please call to make an appointment, call the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-487-2778. You can make an appointment all day, every day. The typical processing time is between 4 and six weeks; however, expedited processing typically takes two and three weeks.
El Paso Passport Agency, Texas, United States of America
Address and Location
Time and Days
El Paso Passport Agency
Anson Mills Building, 303 N. Oregon St., El Paso, TX 79901
U.S. Department of State, El Paso Passport Agency, CA/PPT/EP, 44132 Mercure Cir., P.O. Box 1073, Sterling, VA 20166-1073,
8:15 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday and Friday
10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
By Appointment Only
Closed Federal Holidays
Please be aware: With the Lockdown and the pandemic being eased worldwide, and particularly in the U.S., passport offices have been reopened, and you can begin applying for passports and visiting to inquire about any passport problems.
But, unless it is an emergency that requires life or death, it is possible to wait before receiving your passport and the documents that prove your citizenship, including old keys, certificates of naturalization, and birth.
When you’re a Parent or Guardian who is applying for a minor, parents and the child are required to attend the application. Additionally, you must present documentation that proves the relationship between the parents and children of the child applying for the passport.