650 S. Main St. | Corona, CA. | 92882
Mon-Wed 10-9
Thurs/Fri 10-5, Sat 12-5
p: 951.736.2381

U.S. Passport Services

  Hours:  
  Monday - Wednesday 10 a.m. -   7:30 p.m.
  Thursday - Saturday Noon -   3:30 p.m.
  Sunday Closed    
         

The Corona Public Library has been a passport acceptance facility since June 1999 and is located on the first floor of the library.

Please call (951) 736-2386 with questions, to make an appointment, or to verify hours. Appointments are strongly encouraged and on certain days and times, required. Walk-ins will be accommodated as scheduling allows, but walk-in service is not guaranteed.
Due to the increasingly strong demand for passports our next Saturday appointment is June 11. 


Appointments are mandatory on evenings and Saturdays.  Please by aware that Passport Services stop promptly at 7:30 p.m. Monday - Wednesday, and at 3:30 p.m. Thursday - Saturday. Walk-ins are not accepted after 5:00 p.m. Monday - Wednesday, after 2:30 p.m. Thursday & Friday, and not at all Saturday. Passport Acceptance Agents reserve the right to stop accepting walk-in applications prior to these times, if it means that the processing services will continue past the office’s closing time.
 

Due to an increase in passport application volume, acceptance agents may not immediately answer the phone. Please leave a message and a passport acceptance agent will return your call by the next business day.


PASSPORT RENEWALS: Most renewals can be done by mail. If you have a passport that was issued less than 15 years ago and you were at least 16 years old when it was issued, you may be able to submit a self-service renewal. Please visit the U.S. Department of State - Passports by Mail page to see if you qualify to use the service.


Items needed for new or renewal passports:

  Adult or Minor age 16 and over
 ► Child Under the age of 16
 ► Passport fees
 ► Passport links   
 

For New Or Renewal Passport for Adult or Minor age of 16 or over, all applicants must appear in person, and will need the following items:

 
  1. Completed (but not signed) Passport Application Form (DS-11). [Download Form]
      The application must be completed in black ink. Please do not use corrective tape or fluid to correct errors on the form.
      NOTE: Form is in PDF format - Click here to download Adobe® Acrobat Reader


  2. Proof Of United States Citizenship Or Nationality -
      These documents MUST BE mailed to the Passport Agency, photocopies are not accepted.


      If you were born in the United States you must submit:

         ♦ Certified original birth certificate (birth certificates must contain the name of the parent(s)), or
         ♦ Previous U.S. passport.
         ♦ California Abstract birth certificates, Hospital Birth Certificate, or birth certificates that do not list
            your parent's name(s) are not accepted


      If you were born in a foreign country you must submit:

        ♦ Original certificate of naturalization or citizenship, or
        ♦ Previous U.S. passport, or
        ♦ Proof of derivative citizenship.

  3. Proof Of Identity -
     ♦ Current driver’s license, or
     ♦ Recently issued certificate of naturalization, or
     ♦ Recently issued government ID card.

  4. Photographs - One 2" x 2" square photo, full faced with plain white or off-white background.
      Passport photos are available at the Library for $10.00.


  5. Photocopies of ID - Photocopies of the front & back of the ID mentioned in Step 3 must be submitted with a passport application. 
      The copies must be single-sided and legible.  Copies can be made at the Library for an additional $.25 per copy.


  6. Passport Fee - The State Department portion of the Passport Fee must be paid by Check or Money Order Only. 
      The Library Fee can be paid by check or money order, cash or credit card (Visa/MC/Discover).  
! For minors 16 & 17 - at least one parent or guardian must be present to sign and present ID.  

 

For New Or Renewal Passport for a Child Under the age of 16, all applicants must appear in person, and will need the following items:


  1. Completed (but not signed) Passport Application Form (DS-11). [Download Form]
      The application must be completed in black ink. Please do not use corrective tape or fluid to correct errors on the form.
         NOTE: Form is in PDF format - Click here to download Adobe® Acrobat Reader


  2. Child's Proof Of United States Citizenship Or Nationality
      These documents MUST BE mailed to the Passport Agency, photocopies are not accepted.


      If you were born in the United States you must submit:

         ♦ Certified original birth certificate (birth certificates must contain the name of the parent(s)), AND
         ♦ Previous U.S. passport.
         ♦ California Abstract birth certificates, Hospital Birth Certificates, or birth certificates that do not list
            your parent's name(s) are not accepted


      If you were born in a foreign country you must submit:

        ♦ Original certificate of naturalization or citizenship, or
        ♦ Previous U.S. passport, or
        ♦ Proof of derivative citizenship.

  3. Present evidence that you are the parents or guardians
      The Child's Certified Birth Certificate showing both parents' names, or
     
Court Order of Guardianship

  4. Show Valid identification for BOTH parents
      ♦ Drivers Licenses
      ♦ U.S. Government Issued ID Cards

  5. Photocopies of ID - Photocopies of the front & back of the ID mentioned in Step 3 must be submitted with a passport application. 
      The copies must be single-sided and legible.  Copies can be made at the Library for an additional $.25 per copy.


  6. Photographs - One 2"x2" square photo, full faced with plain white or off-white background.
      Passport photos are available at the Library for $10.00.


  7. Passport Fee -The State Department portion of the Passport Fee must be paid by Check or Money Order Only. 
      The Library Fee can be paid by check or money order, cash or credit card (Visa/MC/Discover).  


! If both parents cannot appear in person - The non-appearing parent may complete and notarize form DS-3053 or submit a notarized letter authorizing the other parent to apply for the child's passport. All letters & DS-3053 forms must be filled out in black ink and must include a legible photocopy of the front and back of the non-applying parent's valid driver's license or government issued ID. Click here for Form DS-3053

Passport Processing Times fluctuate so for more see Passport Application Processing Times.
 

Passport Fees

 
  Passport Fees
Check or Money Order only
payable to U.S. Department of State
Execution Fees
Cash, Check, Money Order, or Credit card
payable to Corona Public Library
Total Fees
(2 Separate Payments)
Adult Passport Book & Card Fees
Passport Book
Age 16 & older
$110 $25 $135
Passport Card
Age 16 & older
$30 $25 $55
Passport Card and Book
Age 16 & older
$140 $25 $165
Children Passport Book & Card Fees
Passport Book
Age 15 & younger
$80 $25 $105
Passport Card
Age 15 & younger
$15 $25 $40
Passport Card
and Book
Age 15 & younger
$95 $25 $120
Additional Services and Fees
Passport Photo   $10  
Express Mail to
Dept. of State
  $22.95  
Expedite Fee
(3 weeks)
$60    
Express Mail back
to applicant from
Dept. of State
$20.66    
Copy Fees   $0.25 / copy  


At this time Express Mail service is not available for passport cards.
 

Passport Links


 ► U.S. State Department’s Passport Services & Information website.
 ► Passport Processing Times Information.
 ► Download a passport application form.
 ► Birth certificate information for most states & CDC's list of state agencies that issue birth certificates.
 ► Smart Traveler, the official State Dept. iPhone App for U.S. travelers, has easy access to frequently updated official
      country information, travel alerts, travel warnings, maps, U.S. embassy locations & more.

 ► Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) - Free STEP enrollment enables the State Dept. to better assist travelers
      in emergencies such as natural disasters, unrest in foreign countries, or lost/stolen passports overseas. During travel,
      STEP can help travelers’ family and friends reach them in an emergency.

  NOTE: These links are located outside of the City's website.

 



Updated: 03/17/2016

 
 

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