the scheduled departure of the applicant is in within 3 weeks, then
he/she is eligible for our Expedited Child Passport Processing Service.
order to expedite the passport application, please follow each of the
steps carefully. An incomplete or incorrectly completed application
will delay the issue of the passport. To make the process easier to
complete we suggest you print this page and follow the steps in the
Proof of US
Citizenship - Must provide ONE of the following:
Proof of Identity (valid
driver's license with photo ISSUED MORE THAN 4 MONTHS AGO)
Immediate Travel – Must provide a copy of one of the
- Copy of your round trip
ticket indicating date and travel to a foreign country.
- Travel itinerary
formDSP-11 – You can obtain the form from either source
listed below. Fax or photocopies are not acceptable. Complete, but do NOT
sign the form until you are in front of an Acceptance Agent.
- $145 Government fees.
- You will write a check
to “US Department of State” for $120
(please write your date of birth on the memo line of the check)
and pay cash in the amount of $25
to Post Master.
- $134 B&K Express
service fees Plus $32
passport photos (if not already available)
- Electronically submit
our secure ORDER FORM
so we can prepare for your documents.
Process – An Acceptance Agent will verify your identity
and witness the signing of your application.
- Before appearing in
front of an Acceptance Agent please be sure you have all the
1. Letter of Authorization
2. Proof of Citizenship
3. Parent Proof of Identity
4. Evidence of Immediate Travel
6. Two Passport Photos
7. Government Fees ($25
to Post Master and $120
to US Department of State)
- Acceptance Agents are
found in Passport Acceptance Facilities in local Post Offices
(typically a Main Branch Post Office), Court Houses and other
government offices authorized to accept passport applications (Not
every post office/court house is a Passport Acceptance Facility)
Most Passport Acceptance Facilities are open from 9am to 4pm. You
may want to call to verify the hours.
- Do NOT sign the DSP-11
until in front of an Acceptance Agent. You will sign the
application on your child’s behalf. If your child is between the
ages of 13 and 17, he or she MUST go with you to co-sign the
Passport Application form DSP-11.
- Tell the Acceptance
Agent that a courier service will deliver the materials to the
Passport Agency. This Department of State policy is called “Hand
Carrying of Executed Applications”. The policy is detailed on page
31 and 44 of the Acceptance Agent Manual.
- The Acceptance Agent
will check the parent’s proof of identity, endorse the documents
and seal them in an envelope marked: "To be opened by
authorized passport officials only.” Do NOT open envelope after it
- Some Acceptance Agents
do not seal a Letter of Authorization in the envelope. In this
case, you MUST attach one copy with original signature to the
- Do NOT hand your check
to B & K Express, the copy of the Letter of Authorization,
Travel Evidence, or B & K Express Order Form to the Acceptance
Agent to seal inside the envelope. If this occurs you MUST send
- Print applicant's name,
departure date and date of birth on the outside of sealed
Express Shipping Instructions
- PLEASE CALL US BEFORE
SHIPPING YOUR PACKAGE TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYTHING IS BEING DONE
- Send the sealed
envelope along with a 2nd copy of your Letter of Authorization,
Travel Evidence, and a check or money order for $144
B & K Express
26069 W 12 Miles Rd.
Southfield, MI 48034