Starting in April, travelers will pay a little bit more for a passport.
The Department of State announced Jan. 31 that the execution fee will go from $25 to $35.
The change will be effective April 2.
People who apply for a passport by mail will not see the fee increase, the Department of State said in a release.
Passport execution applies only to the in-person applications, which means it affects those applying at a post office or where applications are reviewed and verified. This applies to first-time applicants.
The form used for mail renewal by mail is DS-82.
The increased fee is in addition to the standard application fee, which is $110 for the book, and $30 for a passport card. All fees can be viewed here.
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