This information was provided by the Rice County Registrar’s Office.
The U.S. State Department announced a $ 20 increase in passport book fees this week, effective Monday, December 27, 2021.
The application fee for a first adult passport book is increased to $ 130; the fee for minors will be $ 100. The $ 35 fee paid to the acceptance center remains unchanged. There is no increase in fees for a passport card or expedited service.
Adults applying for their initial passport and minors applying for or renewing their passport can do so by appointment only at the Rice County Registrar’s Office inside the Rice County Government Services Building, 320 Third St. , Faribault. The opening hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays, excluding holidays. Call 507-332-6114 to make an appointment.
Adults applying for their first passport and minors who need a first passport or renewal must
- Complete the DS-11 passport application in black ink before arriving at the registrar’s office. Do not sign the request. Applications should be printed on one side of the page only. DS-11 applications are available online at bit.ly/3mpA6qk.
- Bring a certified birth certificate or U.S. naturalization certificate to the appointment. Applicants born in Minnesota can obtain a birth certificate for $ 26 from the Recorder’s Office. Note: Citizenship documents will be submitted to the State Department along with the passport application and returned after the passport is mailed.
- A passport size photo is required. The Recorder’s Office can take the photos for a fee of $ 15.
- Valid photo ID must be presented upon request.
- A separate check or money order payable to the US Department of State is required for each request.
- The fulfillment fee may be paid by cash, check or money order payable to the Rice County Recorder.
Adults needing to renew their passport, provided they have expired within the past five years or are about to expire, should apply by mail using the DS-82 form available online at bit.ly / 3H5InYB.
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