Passport Services

passport_coverU.S. Passport Acceptance Facility
Hours: 
Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Hubbard County Government Center
2nd Floor

301 Court Ave, Park Rapids, MN  56470
(218) 732-3452




UPDATE 6/19/2020: 
Our facility will resume accepting passport applications on July 1.
Federal passport facilities are only processing emergency passports needed within 72 hours for life & death travel situations at this time. All other passport applications will be placed in a queue for processing as facilties reopen and resume operations.  Expect significant delays in passport processing. Expedited service has been suspended indefinitely.


Due to limits on how many customers may be in the Government Center at a time, please come prepared with:
      - A completed passport application
      - Proof of US citizenship*
      - Valid photo ID*
                                                           *lists of acceptable citizenship & ID documents can be found here

For more information, please contact the Hubbard County Passport Services office at 218-732-3452.

Processing Times
Routine: approximately 6-8 weeks EXPECT SIGNIFICANT DELAYS 
Expedited: NOT AVAILABLE; Suspended until further notice
Note: Processing times are subject to change.  Check here for the most recent information.

Have an emergency and need a passport to travel abroad on short notice?  Contact a passport facility directly for more information.

Additional information is available on the U.S. Department of State website.

 


 

What is the difference between the passport book and passport card?

What do I need to apply for a passport?

What are the requirements for passport photos?

What should I/shouldn't I wear to have my passport photo taken?

Do I need to provide any additional documentation to get a passport book/card for my child?

What are the passport fees?

How do I check the status of my passport application or renewal?

How long are passports valid?

Can I renew my passport?

How do I report a lost or stolen passport?

How do I cancel the passport of a deceased relative?

I found someone else's passport. What should I do with it?