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Security Programs and Information Management Branch

 

Security Programs and Information Management Branch

Administration and Resource Management

Headquarters Marine Corps
Passport / Visa
MISSION
 
Provide Passport and Visa support to all Marine Corps activities world-wide. Facilitate the submission of Passport for military and civilian personnel, to include family members, that work at the Pentagon.

Information: 
By clicking the Information button, you will be able to read a brief explanation of each form and to determine which form best suits your needs in applying for a no-fee passports. 

For complete instructions on applying for no-fee passports, please click on HQMC Passport SOP document button.
 
For HQMC customers located in the National Capital Region, the Passport/VISA Section (ARSD) provides walk-in customer service for the processing of passports and visas for all Marine Corps sponsored travel, including PCS, TAD and travel for dependents on orders.
 
For HQMC customers located in the National Capital Region, the Passport/VISA Section (ARSD) provides walk-in customer service for the processing of passports and visas for all Marine Corps sponsored travel, including PCS, TAD and travel for dependents on orders.
Passport / Visa Information
The below listed documents are also available in the HQMC Passport SOP.

DS-11 (Application for a U.S. Passport)
This form is for first time applicants and those who are using a previous U.S. passport issued prior to their 16th birthday or over 15 years ago.

DS-82 (Application for a U.S. Passport by Mail).
This form is for use by individuals applying for a U.S. Passport utilizing a previous passport issued within the past 15 years and after their 16th birthday.

DS-64 (Statement regarding Lost/Stolen Passport). This form is to be filled out by anyone applying for a U.S. Passport who had a previously issued passport lost or stolen. 

DS-3053 (Statement of Consent: Issuance of a Passport to a Minor under age 16).This form is to be filled out by the non-custodial parent authorizing the custodial parent to apply for a passport for the minor child. This form must be notarized and a copy of a photo ID must be attached.

DD Form 1056 (Authorization to Apply for a No-Fee Passport and/or Visa).
This form must be completed by someone in your command, knowledgeable of your trip/orders.

For in depth information pertaining to applying for no-fee official, diplomatic and no-fee regular passports and/or visas, or any of the above documents, please click on the HQMC Passport SOP under Documents.
 
LINKS

DOD Military and Civilian Passport Matters
This link will provide you with up to date information on documentation required to obtain visas.

DOD Electronic Foreign Clearance Guide
This link provides up to date information on passport/visa requirements for all foreign countries.

U. S. Department of State
This link is available to all travelers. In addition to forms available, it also provides guidance for obtaining a U.S. Passport with unique circumstances, i.e. overseas adoptions, citizenship issues, emergency situations.
ARS News & Announcements
Passport Organizational Mailbox 6/11/2012 7:08 AM
by System Account For Passport and Visa status checks or general questions please email the organizational mailbox at:
smbhqmcpassports@usmc.mil
Contacts
3000 Marine Corps Pentagon
Room 2B289
Washington, DC 20350-3000

Hours of Operation 0800-1500
Phone: (703) 614-1651
After Hours: (571) 319-1324/(703) 254-3537/(703) 254-3539
                
Passport Organizational Mailbox
SMB HQMC PASSPORTS


smbhqmcpassports@usmc.mil

Important Notice

Due to heavy volume of passport applications being received, processing time is now taking six to eight weeks from the time a record is created at the Special Issuance Agency to a passport being issued.

Expedite requests are taking up to four weeks to be processed from the time a record is created at the Special Issuance Agency for a passport to be issued.

Due to the volume of status inquiries received by our office each day, all email status checks will take a minimum of three days to receive a response.