Special Issuance US Passport Agency

Welcome to the Special Issuance US Passport Agency
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR AN APPOINTMENT AT A US Passport AGENCY. CUSTOMERS SHOULD NOT PAY ANYONE OR ANY BUSINESS MAKING SUCH A CHARGE.

Region Served Applications for Diplomatic, Official, No-Fee and Congressional referrals only

Public Hours of Operation By Referral Only8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Monday through Friday (except Federal holidays)

Public Telephone Numbers and Contact Information

Army, Navy, Air Force, and Civilian DoD employees

For VISA inquiries ONLY for all military branches and civilian DoD employees

  • Commercial: (703) 602-3663 / 3620
  • DSN: 332-3663 or 332 3620
  • Fax: (703) 602-3605 or DSN 332-3605
  • E-mail: US Passportinquiries@hqda.army.mil (Enter “VISA” on subject line.)

Marine Corps

Federal Agency Employees (except DoD)


Address 1111 19th Street, NW
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20522



Directions Car: Please call for directions.Parking: Near by parking lots.Train: From Amtrak Union Station – taxis available.Taxi: From National Airport – taxis available. Travel time depending on traffic is 20-30 minutes. From Dulles Airport – taxis available. Travel time is 1 to 1.5 hours depending on traffic and time of day.

Metro (Subway): Blue or Orange Lines to Farragut West, or, the Red Line to Farragut North.Note: To maximize customer comfort and comply with fire and safety regulations, US Passport Agency public waiting areas are limited to applicants, required witnesses, and those accompanying minors, disabled applicants, or serving as interpreters.

Foreign Entry Requirements/Visas

If you are traveling overseas and want to know what you must do to enter a foreign country, we have information on foreign entry requirements and visas. Foreign embassy telephone numbers and addresses are included.

Travel Warnings/Travel Safety Information

Travel Warnings are issued when the State Department recommends that Americans avoid a certain country. The State Department issues Travel Alerts to disseminate information quickly about terrorist threats and other relatively short-term conditions that pose significant risks or disruptions to Americans. The State Department also issues Country Specific Information for every country of the world with information on such matters as the health conditions, crime, unusual currency or entry requirements, any areas of instability, and the location of the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate in the subject country. Check for Travel Warnings or Travel Alerts for the locations that you plan to visit.

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