Dimona, Israel-The Village of Peace
Effective July 13, 2010, the U.S State Department has augmented the fees for US Passport Books, US Passport Cards, US Visas, T, the fee for an Adult Passport which was $75, has been increased to $110. The fee for minors under 16 years was $60, and has increased to $80.
Adding extra passport was a free service before, but will now cost $83.
The cost of a new passport for an adult 16 or over is rising to $135 from $100, while a new passport for a child will cost $105 instead of $85. The cost of renewing an existing passport is increasing too — to $110 from $75.
The cost of applying for a U.S. passport jumps from $100 to $135 today. Renewal fees are being hiked by and even greater amount, from $75 to $110.
A passport card will now cost you $55, up from $45. And renouncing your U.S. citizneship, which used to be free of charge, will now set you back a whopping $450.
The U.S. Passport Book (required for US Citizens for international travel) has gone from
Adults: First-Time (Age 16 and older) $110 to $135
Adults: Renewal (Applying with DS-82) $110
Minors (Under age 16) $80 to $105
U.S. Passport Card (for travel to countries such as Mexico, Canada, Carribean Islands)
Adults: First-Time (Age 16 and older) $30 to $55
Adults: Renewal (Applying with DS-82) $30
Minors (Under age 16) $15 to $40
Other Service Fees
Additional Visa Pages $82
File Search Fee $150
Expedite Processing $60
To view more details of the fee increase, please click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page.