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Even if you do not have sole custody, you may still be able to obtain a passport for your child if you: Obtain a written affidavit from the non-applying parent agreeing to the child getting a passport; Obtain a court order authorizing the issuance of the passport;
Applying without parental consent Parents can apply for a passport for their child without the other parent's consent if you can demonstrate there is an emergency or special circumstances why the other parent cannot sign the consent form, or where you as the applying parent can prove you have sole custody of the child.
If you are not in touch with your child's other parent/guardian, or if you refuse to give consent your ex-partner can apply to the District Court for a court order, which will allow the Passport Office to issue the passport without that consent.
Both parents or legal guardians of that child must authorize the US Department of State to issue the child's passport by having all three appear in person at a regional passport office. However, exceptions can be made for one or neither parents being present for a child's passport application.
U.S. law requires that all parents listed on the birth certificate or all legal guardians provide consent authorizing passport issuance for minors ages 15 and under. For applicants ages 16-17, those with their own valid government ID can apply for a passport by themselves.
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Answer: At 16, you may apply for a passport without your parents present if you already have a government-issued ID like a driver's license. You will only need to secure a signed consent from your father plus a photocopy of his ID and submit it with the rest of the application requirements.
A person with parental responsibility for the child must apply for the passport. They will need to give the details of both parents when they apply. If this information cannot be provided, the person must explain why.
A third party may apply for the child's passport with a Form DS-3053: "Statement of Consent" or a notarized statement from both parents/guardians giving that third party permission to apply for the child. The statement must include a photocopy of the parents/guardians' identification.
Both parents/guardians must authorize the issuance of the child's passport. The best way to do this is for both parents/guardians to go with the child in person to apply for the passport. What if both parents/guardians cannot appear in person? You must submit evidence of this with the application.
Can you have more than one passport? Yes. U.S. citizens are allowed to have more than one valid U.S. passport at the same time, according to the National Passport Information Center, which is a division of the U.S. State Department.

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