Passports for Minors (under the age of 16)
Statement of Consent: Issuance of Passport to a Minor DS-3053
When a minor (under age 16) is applying for a passport, both parents/legal guardians of the minor must be present when the application is submitted. If one of the parents or legal guardians is unable to be present, then a DS-3053 form must be completed and notarized by the parent or legal guardian who cannot be present as a statement of consent.
It’s inconvenient and takes too much time to locate a notary to have the DS-3053.
Safedocs enables the parent or guardian who is unable to attend the submission of the passport application to quickly and easily upload the completed DS-3053 form, sign, and have notarized within minutes all from the comfort of his/her home or office. Time savings, convenience, and no travel or expedited shipping costs are the major benefits derived by using Safedocs.
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