Passports and Visas
U.S citizens leaving the United States must be in possession of
a valid US Passport. Please consult the U.S. State Department
regarding cost for a new or renewed passport. All passports
are valid for ten years and take approximately six weeks to
process. Additional fees apply for expedited service. Detailed
information including a downloadable passport application,
instructions and frequently asked questions is located on the U.S.
Department of State's website at http://travel.state.gov/passport/.
The chart below contains a list of Passport Acceptance Facilities
Passport Acceptance Facilities
For more agent hours and location information, visit the
Department of State's Passport Acceptance Facility Search
USPS Passport Agent - Bacon Station
2727 E. 55th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46220
USPS Passport Agent - Castleton Branch
8710 Bash Street
Indianapolis, IN 46256-9998
USPS Passport Agent - Eagle Creek Branch
6401 Gateway Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46254-9998
USPS Passport Agent - East Gate Station
740 N. Shortridge Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46219-9998
USPS Passport Agent - Main Office Window
125 W. South St.
Indianapolis, IN 46206-9631
USPS Passport Agent - Park Fletcher
2760 Fortune Circle East
Indianapolis, IN 46241-9998
USPS Passport Agent - Southport Branch
1701 E. Edgewood Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46227-9996
All governments require foreigners to have an appropriate visa
to reside in their country. This endorsement or stamp placed in
your passport by a foreign government permits you to enter that
country for a specified purpose. In most instances you must obtain
the necessary visa before you leave the United States. Some visas
cost money; others do not. Visa processing can take anywhere from
several hours to several weeks. Apply for your visa directly from
the embassy or nearest consulate of the country in which you plan
to reside. Contact information for foreign embassies in the U.S.
can be found at www.embassy.org/embassies.
Please consult your program provider to determine if and how they
assist you with obtaining your visa.
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