Passport Service

PJFL is a Passport Acceptance Facility

We provide the same level of service as other Passport Acceptance Facilities for all U.S. Citizens at a convenient location.

Información en español

You must apply in person if ANY of the following are true:

  • You have never been issued a U.S. passport
  • You were under age 16 when your previous passport was issued
  • Your most recent U.S. passport was issued more than 15 years ago
  • Your most recent U.S. passport was lost or stolen
  • Your name has changed since your previous U.S. passport was issued and you are unable to legally document your name change

Download the PJFL Passport brochure (PDF)


How To Apply


STEP 1: Three Ways to Complete Form DS-11

Complete the DS-11 form at the Library

Notes: If printing, print single-sided and bring all pages including instructions with you to the appointment. If filling out by hand, please print legibly and use black ink. DO NOT use any whiteout on the form. DO NOT sign the DS-11 form until the Passport Agent instructs you to do so.


STEP 2: What you Need

Note: Copies of ID MUST contain the front and back of the ID on one page. The Library has copy machines (additional fees apply) and can assist you with making copies.

  1. Proof of Citizenship (one of the following along with one b/w or color copy)
    • Original birth certificate or a certified copy (no hospital certificates or photocopies)
    • Previous U.S. Passport
    • Naturalization Certificate
    • Certificate of Citizenship
    • Consular Report of Birth Abroad
  2. Proof of Identity (if applicable, bring along one b/w or color copy of the secondary ID)
    • Valid or expired, undamaged U.S. passport book or passport card
    • In-state, fully valid driver’s license or enhanced driver’s license with photo
    • Certificate of Naturalization
    • Certificate of Citizenship
    • Government employee ID (city, county, state, or federal)
    • U.S. military or military dependent ID
    • Current (valid) foreign passport
    • Matricula Consular (Mexican Consular ID) – commonly used by a parent of a U.S. citizen child applicant
    • U.S. Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) – commonly used by a parent of a U.S. citizen child applicant
    • Trusted Traveler IDs (including valid Global Entry, FAST, SENTRI, and NEXUS cards)
    • Enhanced Tribal Cards and Native American tribal photo IDs
    • Other documents: 1) In-state, fully-valid learner’s permit with photo, 2) In-state, fully-valid non-driver ID with photo, or 3) temporary driver’s license with photo. Note: you may be asked to present an additional ID when presenting one of these three documents.

If your ID was issued less than a year ago, you MUST bring a Department of State Approved Secondary Identification (Previously issued ID even if it is expired is acceptable)

For non-New York, New Jersey or Connecticut residents, you MUST bring your driver’s license or State ID and a Department of State Approved Secondary Identification

  1. Passport Photo
    • A 2 x 2 inch color photograph taken in the last 6 months is required. The picture should be of the full face with a plain white or off-white background. Visit’s “Passport Photos” page for full details.
    • Port Jefferson Free Library offers a Passport Photo Service for an additional $10 per person
  2. Fees- (two separate payments per application) 
    • Application fee- See the fees section for a listing of fees. Payable to the U.S. Department of State, payments can made by check or money order ONLY.
      • If applicable, the Overnight Delivery Service to you, the customer can be included with the Application fee
    • Acceptance fee- A separate payment of $35 per application is required for any passport facility. Payable to Port Jefferson Free Library, payments can made by check, money order, cash, credit or debit card.
      • If applicable, the Passport Photo fee ($10 per person) can be included with the Acceptance fee
      • If applicable, the Overnight Delivery Service to the Department of State fee can be included with the Acceptance fee


Step 3: Schedule an Appointment

Service by Appointment ONLY

We are available by appointment to process applications (hours may vary during holiday closings):

Mondays & Thursdays………….10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Tuesdays……………………………5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Wednesdays & Fridays…………10:00 AM – 4:00 PM​

First Saturday of the Month……10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Call us at 631-473-0022 and ask for Adult Reference | Prefer to email us? Fill out the request form below

Passport Appointment Request Form


(Age 16 & 17)

For 16 and 17 year olds, one parent/guardian should be present.
Visit’s requirements for “Applicants Age 16 and 17” page

Minor Applicants
(Under Age 16)

Both parents/guardians must be present to authorize the issuance of the child’s passport.
Visit’s requirements for “Children Under 16” page

If Only ONE Parent can Attend

If two parents have custodial rights but only one parent is able to be present at the appointment, the DS-3053 form must be filled out and notarized (the Library does NOT offer notary services) and accompanied with the front AND back copy of the parent’s ID (who will not be present).


Processing Times

Visit’s “Processing Times” page

In a Hurry to Get your Passport?

If you need your passport more quickly than the amount of time it takes for it to be routinely processed you can expedite your application. If you require your passport in less time than an expedited application, visit’s “Get My Passport Fast” page.



Can I Renew? (PDF)

Renewals CANNOT be handled by the Library, however, if you require a photo, we can set an appointment to also review your DS-82 Renewal form (Form Fillerfor accuracy. There is a $10 fee per passport photo but no fee for reviewing the DS-82 Renewal form. If you have a passport that was issued less than 15 years ago and you were at least 16 years old when it was issued, a self-service renewal is likely the correct option. Visit’s “Passport Renewal” page to confirm that renewal by mail or online is appropriate.

Note: If your last passport was issued when you were under 16, you will need to fill out a new DS-11 form. The Library accepts appointments for this form. 

Passport Photos

The Library is able to take your photo as part of your Passport appointment for DS-11 applications or you may bring one with you from another vendor. The Library is also able to take your photo if you need a Passport sized photo (2 x 2 inch) for mailing your own renewal. This service is by appointment during our above service hours

Passport Photo Fee: $10





More Questions? | Already Applied for a Passport?

Once your application has been completed by a Passport Acceptance Agent at the Library, all questions MUST be directed to the National Passport Information Center.

By Phone
Call the National Passport Information Center (NPIC) to check your application status at 1-877-487-2778 or (TDD) 1-888-874-7793 between the following hours:
    Monday – Friday……..8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
*Excluding Federal Holidays

By Email

Check Online
Click here to view your U.S. Passport Application Status through the Dept. of State’s portal.

Visit the Contact Page

Passport Appointment Request Form