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Passport Application Procedures
These   passports    are   issued   on  a  full-fee     basis. All required fees, including the cost of photographs and    birth documents, must     be provided     at  the   traveler’s   personal    expense.   In certain    specific   cases the   regular    fee  passport   is obtained for Navy-sponsored travelers to enhance   travel    security. No-f&passport. The   regular     passport    is  also  issued   on a  no-fee   basis   for   official     travel     of  dependents of  military personnel who    will be  serving an accompanied tour of    duty overseas. The passport is   valid only    for   use   in    conjunction with the bearer’s residence abroad as    a dependent    of  a  military member   on  active   duty outside the    continental limits of  the    United States. The    regular no-fee    passport is   also issued    to   civilian employees     traveling under non-appropriated fund    orders    and   to   personal service   contract    employees   who   are  proceeding abroad   under    official    orders   and  receiving    their pay   directly from   the   Department of  the   Navy (DON). Official passport (no-fee). The official passport (no-fee)   is   issued   to   active    duty    personnel     and DOD    civilian employees    proceeding     abroad    on official    duty   under   orders  to  a country    requiring documentation. It is    also     issued to    the dependents of  such    personnel when     deemed necessary     by  the   Office    of  Passport     Services, Department of   State, and     depends on    the sponsor’s assignment and/or country of assignment. Diplomatic passport     (no-fee).   The   diplomatic passport Visa.   A (no-fee)   is   issued   to   a  foreign     service   officer,    a person   in   the   diplomatic service,   or  to  a person having    a  diplomatic     status   either   because  of  the nature    of the  foreign   mission   or by  reason  of the office    held.    Where    appropriate, dependents of such persons may be    issued diplomatic passports. visa   is   permission granted     by   the   government of a country   to  an  alien   to  enter  that   country    and to  remain    for   a  specified    period    of  time.   A  visa is  usually in   the   form    of  an  imprinted stamp affixed    to  one  of  the   pages  of  a  passport. Navy passport agent. A   Navy passport agent    is   a civilian employee     of  the   U.S.   Navy     or   a  U.S. Navy    member   who   has  been  designated    by  the Office of   Passport Services, Department of State, to accept and process passport applications for U.S. Navy-sponsored personnel    traveling in   an  official     status. FORMS USED     IN   APPLYING FOR PASSPORTS There     are   several     forms    used   when applying for passports.   In   this    section,  you   will    learn    what    forms   are used  when    personnel    apply    for   passports. Authorization to  Apply for    a  “No-Fee” Passport and/or     Request for   Visa,    DD   FORM 1056 An   Authorization to  Apply    for   a  “No-Fee” Passport and/or    Request    for   Visa,    DD   Form     1056   fig.    11-7)   is prepared by   both    the    member and/or     the    personnel office    assisting the    member     concerned. This    form    is submitted to   the   Department of  State    along    with the Application for    Passport Registration, DSP-11     (fig. 11-S), or  Application for  Passport    by  Mail,    DSP-82   (fig. l&9), as   soon    as   possible after receipt of   orders necessitating     travel. Department of   State   Passport Applications Personnel     receiving an   Authorization to  Apply     for a  “No-Fee” Passport    and/or   Request   for  Visa,   DD   Form 1056,    must complete an    Application for     Passport Registration, DSP-11    or  Application for   Passport     by Mail, DSP-82.    These    forms    may    be   obtained from    a Navy    passport     agent,    a clerk    of  any   federal, state,   or probate   court,   or  a  designated    postal   employee   at  a  post office    selected    to   accept    passport applications. The applicant completes the     appropriate form     using a typewriter or  by   printing legibly in    block    letters.     The block    marked “MAILING ADDRESS,” is   left    blank. This    block    is   completed by   the    office    processing the application, such  as  a NAVPYO. APPLICATION FOR PASSPORT REGISTRATION, DSP-1  l.- This    application is   used by   persons   who    arc   applying for   a  no-fee   passport    for the   first    time.   DSP-11   must   be  personally presented    to and   executed   before   a  passport    agent. APPLICATION FOR PASSPORT BY    MAIL, DSP-82.- This   application maybe   used  if   the   applicant has  been  issued   a passport   within the   past   12 years  and was  at  least   16 years   old  when   the   passport   was  issued. The    application must    be   submitted through a  Navy passport   agent   along  with    a  properly    prepared   DD  Form 1056.   The   passport     agent    processes    the   forms    in   the same manner    as for   the   DSP-11. 11-15

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