With millions of U.S citizens applying for passports annually it takes a work force to handle all of these applications. These people are called Acceptance Agents and they play a major role in the United States passport system. They provide the public with passport applications, verifying those documents, accept applications and can submit them to the passport agency.
Getting a passport is required for Americans to travel abroad. Passport books are government issued on an individual basis. To get your passport you must complete the proper application.
The process to get your passport requires filling out some paperwork, getting a passport photo and visiting one of the 9000 acceptance agents nationwide to complete your passport application. Many passport offices are located at U.S. postal locations.
AcceptanceAgents.com is a directory website that lists the passport acceptance agent offices throughout the United States. Search by state, zip code or city for your nearest location.
Acceptance agents are designated by The Department of State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs, Office of Passport Services. They can be found at many post offices, clerks of court, public libraries and other state, county, township, and municipal government offices. An acceptance agents job is to accept passport applications on the State Departments behalf. They verify the application and properly seal all the documents for processing. Acceptance Agents play a vital role in the passport application process by providing the man power to handle the millions of applications that are processed yearly.