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Travel and Tourism

Travel and tourism

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Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA) (State Dept.), Passport Services,600 19 St. N.W., #6826, 20006; (202) 647-9584. Brenda Sprague, Deputy Assistant Secretary. National Passport Information Center, (877) 487-2778.

Web, https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/passports.html

National Passport Information Center, NPIC@state.gov

Creates passports and provides information and resources to citizens about how to obtain, replace, and change a U.S. passport.

Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA) (State Dept.), Special Issuance Agency,600 19th St. N.W., #3.200, 20006; (202) 485-8244. Jennifer Walsh, Director. National Passport Information Center, (877) 487-2778.

Web, http://travel.state.gov

Administers passport laws and issues passports. (Most branches of the U.S. Postal Service and most U.S. district and state courts are authorized to accept applications and payment for passports and to administer the required oath to U.S. citizens. Completed applications are sent from the post office ...

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