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US Passport Processing Times

January 27, 2023

Latest US Passport Processing Times January 27th 2023

Latest U.S Passport Processing Times (crowd sourced)

We crowd source data to provide you with average passport processing times for all types of application. If you have applied for your passport and want to know how long it takes you can find all the answers on our PWT news pages. We provide a daily update with the latest average and comments are also open below.

When you do receive your passport please do submit your waiting time to us so you can be part of our crowd sourced average.

First Adult Passport: 39.38 days

Adult Passport Renewal: 35.03 days

First Child (Under 16): 39.84 days

First Child (16-17): 33.54 days

Expedited Application: 18.06 days

(Crowd sourced data for last 30 days)

4 Replies to “Latest US Passport Processing Times January 27th 2023”

  1. Peter Hladek says: 01/31/2023 at 7:17 pm

    I renewed my passport on-line on December 27, 2022. As of today, January 31 2023, my processing status is still “received.” Thought that using the on-line program would speed up the process. Guess not. Anybody else use the on-line application?

    1. Heather says: 02/14/2023 at 4:49 am

      Hi Peter, wondering if you moved to “processing” yet? I also submitted online for renewal Jan. 2nd and still says “received” as well. I also assumed this was a more efficient vs. snail mail but having my doubts now!

  2. Carol says: 03/27/2023 at 7:51 pm

    I submitted my online renewal January 24 and it is showing as “received”. My husband submitted his renewal the SAME day and has already received his passport issued March 3!! Seems crazy that mine hasn’t even been moved to “processing” yet!!! I’m starting to get nervous as I have travel plans early June!!

  3. Angella says: 04/03/2023 at 5:04 pm

    I submitted my husband’s through the online process as well. I checked the status again today and it still says “received”.

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