Wisconsin Passport Offices

This page provides a list of cities that have Wisconsin passport office locations. They can assist you with any questions or issues you might have with your passport. You can also call and schedule an appointment to get the passport application started. We provide the Wisconsin passport office phone number and office hours. If you want to search for a location near your address, find a passport office near me.

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Do I need an appointment to apply at the Wisconsin passport office?

Before you can apply at the Wisconsin passport office, you may need to schedule an appointment. The office you choose to apply with determines whether or not this is a requirement. Different facilities have their own rules. To avoid confusion when you go to apply for a U.S. passport, learn about appointment rules before you go. Usually, you can find this information online or by contacting the acceptance facility.

Which passport application in Wisconsin should I submit?

When you are ready to apply for a passport in WI, make sure you are using the proper form. If you have never had a passport before, you must use U.S. form DS-11. If you are a renewal applicant, however, use U.S. form DS-82. However, keep in mind that you must meet specific requirements to be able to renew your passport. Otherwise, you will need to use DS-11 again. Furthermore, make sure you completely fill out your application before you attempt to submit it. The federal government cannot accept incomplete applications.

Can the passport office in Wisconsin deny my application?

Once you apply at one of the WI passport offices, government officials will evaluate your application. Not everyone who applies for a passport is issued these federal documents. In fact, there are certain circumstances that could disqualify you from receiving a U.S. passport. For example, you could be denied a passport if:

  • You do not provide an appropriate proof of citizenship.
  • Your passport photo does not meet federal requirements.
  • You owe certain amounts of child support or have unpaid taxes.