In recent weeks, we’ve featured a few posts on passport photos (see below). But what about the basics? What do you need to know to ensure your new passport photo is accepted—unlike the ~200,000 the State Department rejected last year?
Caitlin Martin’s post—12 Things to Know About Passport Photos—has a number of these basics, including the rules on smiling, photo size requirements and the new glasses ban (and exemptions to it). Check out the post, as well as the below posts for more passport help:
- How to Take a Perfect Passport Photo
- Consider Costco for Passport and Visa Photos
- How to Get Passport Photos Without Leaving the House
- Don’t Wear a White Shirt for Your Passport Photo
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