Riverside County Passport Office

Find Riverside County California passport offices or passport agencies. A passport office is where an individual can find passport applications, find passport forms, apply for a passport, renew a passport, expedite a passport, or report a lost or stolen passport.

Aguanga Passport Office 45600 California 79 Aguanga CA 92536 951-767-1125

Anza Passport Office 38775 Contreras Rd Anza CA 92539 951-763-2074

Arlington Passport Office 10275 Hole Avenue Riverside CA 92503 951-689-0165

Banning Passport Office 176 N Alessandro St Banning CA 92220 951-849-4378

Beaumont Passport Office 550 E 6th St Beaumont CA 92223 951-769-8520

Beaumont Passport Office 950 Beaumont Ave Beaumont CA 92223 951-845-4715

Blythe Passport Office 200 E Murphy St Blythe CA 92225 760-922-1711

Cabazon Passport Office 50360 Ramona Street Cabazon CA 92230 888-275-8777

Calimesa Passport Office 600 W Avenue L Calimesa CA 92320 909-795-8124

Calimesa Passport Office 908 Park Avenue Calimesa CA 92320 909-795-9801

Canyon Lake Passport Office 31516 Railroad Canyon Road Canyon Lake CA 92587 951-244-2955

Cathedral City Passport Office 33490 Date Palm Drive Cathedral CA 92234 760-202-8848

Coachella Passport Office 1412 6th St Coachella CA 92236 760-398-8112

Corona Passport Office 414 West Grand Boulevard Corona CA 92882 951-737-3120

Corona Passport Office 650 South Main Street Corona CA 92882 951-736-2381

Desert Hot Springs Passport Office 66311 Two Bunch Palms Trail Desert Hot Springs CA 92240 760-251-4448

Downtown Riverside Passport Office 3890 Orange Street Riverside CA 92501 951-276-6252

Hemet Passport Office 305 East Devonshire Avenue Hemet CA 92543 909-765-2390

Hemet Passport Office 324 South State Street Hemet CA 92543 951-658-1323

Homeland Passport Office 31610 California 74 Homeland CA 92548 951-926-1536

What is a Passport Office?

A passport office issues new and replacement passports for international travel. These services include providing and processing applications, receiving supporting documents, verifying an applicant's identity, dealing with the replacement of lost or stolen passports, and collecting the associated fees.

To apply for a passport at a passport office, the applicant must present his or her supporting documents in person or by mail. To renew a passport, in most cases the passport holder may do so by mail. If a passport has been lost or stolen, the applicant must apply in person at the nearest office. Once issued, a U.S. passport is valid for ten years. Sometimes, the agency may require a separate visa for travel to certain foreign countries, so the passport holder should inquire before traveling abroad.