USPS Scheduler for Passport Appointments
- You can choose from 4 services to schedule
- Find appointments by location or dates
- You’ll need to enter your contact information for the appointment
- Wanna stay in the loop? Sign up to receive updates via text message
- Begin at www.usps.com/scheduler
Okay, okay we all know by now that getting or renewing a passport isn’t the simplest of processes (long waits, trips to out of the way post offices, etc). However, it may have become ALOT easier thanks to the USPS Scheduler. For instance, you can schedule an appointment for a new password, a passport renewal, and photo services in just a couple of minutes through the convenience of the world wide web.
How to Use the USPS Scheduler
In order to begin, select the service you want to schedule.
Next, search for your appointment using either a date or location (hopefully it’s not over the hills and through the woods!).
Finally, select what time you want to schedule your appointment.
ATTN: You’re gonna need to enter your name, phone number, and email address (you can’t confirm your appointment without so don’t try skipping this skip).
Are you one of those folks who loves staying informed?? If so, there’s good news! You can now sign up to receive updates by text message by checking the box below the form at www.usps.com/scheduler. Additionally, there’s another box that is NOT optional that you’re gonna have to check to submit your appointment request (ya gotta agree to the terms and all that good stuff).
But what if I already scheduled my appointment?
- Then you need the USPS appointment management tool!
- First click the Manage Appointments tab
- Next, enter your confirmation number and email address OR phone number
- Finally, click Search for Appointments to find out whats going on
By the way, if you have questions you can click the FAQ tab to find out more on the USPS Scheduler. Additionally, you can call 800-275-8777 between the 8 AM and 8:30 PM Monday through Friday or from 8 AM to 6 PM on Saturdays (all times Eastern Standard).
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