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Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM 
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For new passports, lost or stolen passports, and new and renewals for children under 16, appointment is required. 
For renewals for adults go here.

Payment must be made with a check or money order ONLY, to the US Department of State.
There is a second processing payment to the City of Federal Way that can paid by; check, money order, cash, VISA, or MasterCard.

Federal Way City Hall, Second Floor Help Desk
33325 8th Avenue South
Federal Way, WA  98003

Processing Time:  

Routine/Regular: 10 - 13 weeks
Expedited: 7 - 9 weeks (with additional fee of $60)

To check on the status of a submitted passport, visit the federal government's passport site.

Fee Schedule:       

Please note there are two separate payments. One must be a check or money order made out to the US Department of State (Application fee). The second may be a check, money order, cash, VISA, or MasterCard and is paid to the City of Federal Way (Processing Fee of $35). 


Adults Ages 16 and Older

Children / Minors Ages 15 and Younger

Passport Book (Check or Money Order)



Passport Card (Check or Money Order)



Both Passport Book and Card (Check or Money Order)



Expedite Fee (Add to Above Check or Money Order) $60 $60
Processing Fee - Paid to Facility 
(Separate Payment by Check, Money Order, Cash, VISA, or MasterCard)
$35 $35


The City of Federal Way is an official Passport Acceptance Agency. The actual decision to issue or deny a passport is made only by a passport services agency, not the City of Federal Way. Passports are not required for direct travel between the mainland U.S. and its insular territories, including Guam, Puerto Rico, the Marianas, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. A passport card is good only for land and sea travel from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and the Caribbean. All air travel requires a passport book.

The Federal Real I.D. Act: starts May 7, 2025, for anyone traveling by airplane (even for domestic flights) must use a REAL ID-compliant license or ID card (for Washingtonians this is an Enhanced Driver’s license, Passport Card, or Passport Book). Please note that a Real I.D. is currently required to enter federal facilities. Please be aware that as citizens prepare to meet this requirement, requests for passport services will increase.