How to get a passport in Ontario, OR: Passport Offices & Application Process
USPO - Ontario
88 SW 2nd Ave
Ontario OR, 97914
In Ontario, Oregon there is only a single passport office location (e.g. acceptance agent). These passport offices are part of the application process for a new adult or child passport application. The Ontario passport office clerks are official "acceptance agents" for the Passport Agency and can witness your signature and seal your passport documents (if you do not need your passport application sealed then you do not need to visit an acceptance agent).
In addition to the 1 passport office in Ontario, there are (89) other passport offices in Oregon from which you can get a passport application sealed at. If you are not needing a passport for at least (4-6) weeks, you can visit the sole passport acceptance agent listed below the map on this web page. If you need it faster than that, please see: closest regional passport offices to Ontario, Oregon and Expedited Passport service options for Ontario.
Local passport offices are typically post offices, county clerk offices, and other government offices (Keep in mind: that not all county clerks, and not all post offices are acceptance agents). These local passport offices don't issue passports; the clerks (acceptance agents) at a local office can witness your signature and "officially" seal your passport application. There is a $35 fee for sealing your application and supporting documentation. Renewals do not need to visit an acceptance agent.
Passport Offices in Ontario Oregon
Showing the single passport office in Ontario:
|USPO - Ontario|
88 SW 2nd Ave
Ontario, OR 97914
Other passport offices near Ontario OregonPayette County Clerk - Payette - 3.6 Miles
USPO - Weiser - Weiser - 10.1 Miles
Washington County Clerk - Weiser - 10.1 Miles
Malheur County Clerk - Vale - 11.5 Miles
Gem County Clerks Office - Emmett - 25.6 Miles
Ontario, Oregon Passport Forms & Application Guides
Getting a passport in Ontario is easy, it depends on what type of passport application you are doing and how quickly you need it processed. We've written the following passport guides, it doesn't matter if you are in Ontario or not as the process will be similar regardless of where you are, The standard passport processing times right now are 10 to 12 weeks to receive your passport.
* Anyone applying for a new passport in Ontario will need to visit a passport office.
* Ontario isn't near a passport agency, you could try a passport service or arrange to travel to one of the regional offices.
* To renew your passport, you do NOT need to visit a passport office.
- How to get a New Passport Guide
- How to get a Child Passport guide
- How to Replace a Lost (or Damaged) Passport
- Passport Renewal Guide
- Passport Name Change Guide
- How to Get a Second Passport
Passport Renewal in Ontario
Just a quick note about passport renewals because it will save you a lot of time, money, and hassles. It doesn't matter where you are, if you are in Ontario or any other city in Oregon or any other state for that matter. If you have your old passport that is in good condition, it expired less than 5 years ago (or hasn't expired yet) and you are an adult - you can simply do your renewal paperwork online at the Department of State / Bureau of Consular Affairs and mail it in with new passport photos. It is currently taking 10-12 weeks standard processing or 4-6 weeks for expedited processing. If you need to renew it faster, you MUST have proof of travel and you must visit a regional passport office yourself, the closest ones to Ontario are listed below. If this is not possible or you want to avoid going there yourself, please only then consider using a passport expeditor.
Passport Service for Cities Near Ontario
Residents of the following cities that are close to Ontario can consider using the passport office services in Ontario for their passport application sealing needs.
Ontario Oregon, Fruitland Idaho, New Plymouth Idaho, Nyssa Oregon, Parma Idaho, Huntington Oregon, Adrian Oregon, Notus Idaho, Homedale Idaho, Cambridge Idaho, Horseshoe Bend Idaho, Eagle Idaho, Nampa Idaho, Meridian Idaho, Mesa Idaho, Richland Oregon, Garden City Idaho, Kuna Idaho, Boise Idaho, Halfway Oregon
Frequently Asked Questions About Passports in Ontario, Oregon
We make the passport application process easier and make getting a passport in Ontario simplier. Our guide to how and where to get a passport in Ontario contains all the passport office information you will need but often times there are still questions:
Getting a passport is pretty much the process same wherever you are, the downside to being in Ontario and needing a passport is that there is no regional passport office nearby. If you need a passport quickly, you will have limited options. With most new passport applicants, the journey will start by going to a local acceptance agent; there is only one passport office in Ontario.
The basic process: fill out the DS-11 New Passport Application, take it with your proof of identity, passport photos, and passport fees to the only passport office in Ontario to witness your signature and seal the documents. Wait 10-12 weeks.
For complete in-depth details see: New Passport Application Guide
There are a couple of different methods to getting your passport processed, which route you choose will determine how fast your passport will be received. By going to a passport service office in Ontario, you have the choice between standard mail-in service (currently taking 10-12 weeks) or expedited mail-in service (takes 4-6 weeks). There are no regional passport issuing offices within 200 miles. You might want to consider using a private passport courier that can expedite your passport application.
Unlike drivers licenses and state IDs, passports are a Federal (national) document, it costs the same no matter what city or state you are in, $130 ($165 with acceptance agent fee) for adult passports and $100 ($135 with acceptance agent fee) for child passports. There may be some additional fees and / or expenses that you might need to pay, please see passport fees for an explaination of all passport fees and costs.
One of the most common questions we get asked is where "where should I get my passport photos taken at?" First, have a look at our in-depth passport photo guide so you know everything there is to know about passport photos. Here are the major stores that take and print passport photos near Ontario.
It is recommended that you call to confirm that your chosen location offers passport photos onsite.Walmart Ontario Supercenter - (4.6 mi)
1775 E Idaho Ave
Ontario OR 97914
Price: Cost at Walmart locations: $7.44Walgreens #10054 - Ontario - (4.6 mi)
Southwest Corner Of Goodfellow & Idaho
65 Se Goodfellow St
Ontario OR 97914
Price: Cost at Walgreens locations: $14.99Walgreens #13105 - Emmett - (25.8 mi)
Northwest Corner Of Washington & Hwy 16
184 W Highway 52
Emmett ID 83617
Price: Cost at Walgreens locations: $14.99Walgreens #7276 - Caldwell - (28.9 mi)
Southwest Corner Of Cleveland & 10Th
1012 Cleveland Blvd
Caldwell ID 83605
Price: Cost at Walgreens locations: $14.99Walgreens #11541 - Caldwell - (30.3 mi)
Southwest Corner Of 10 Th & Ustick
4110 S 10Th Ave
Caldwell ID 83605
Price: Cost at Walgreens locations: $14.99UPS Store - Caldwell - (31.4 mi)
Corner Of Utstick Rd & Cleveland Blvd
5210 Cleveland Blvd
Caldwell ID 83607
Price: Cost varies by locationWalmart Caldwell Supercenter - (31.4 mi)
5108 Cleveland Blvd
Caldwell ID 83607
Price: Cost at Walmart locations: $7.44Costco Store #734 - Nampa - (33.5 mi)
16700 N Market Place Blvd
Nampa ID 83687
Price: Cost at COSTCO locations: $5.99Walgreens #12483 - Nampa - (34.3 mi)
Southwest Corner Of Midland & Nampa-Caldwell
932 Caldwell Blvd
Nampa ID 83651
Price: Cost at Walgreens locations: $14.99Walmart Meridian Supercenter - (36 mi)
5001 N. Ten Mile Rd.
Meridian ID 83646
Price: Cost at Walmart locations: $7.44