Change or Correct a Passport FAQ
Your passport change or passport correction will be issued as a new passport book.
If you apply for corrections in a passport less than one year after the passport was issued, your new passport will be valid for a full ten years.
If you apply for corrections more than one year after your passport was issued, your new passport will be issued for whatever validity remained on your previous passport.
No, you will no longer be eligible for the no-fee reapplication service. If your passport was issued overseas on an emergency basis more than one year ago, you will now need to apply for a passport renewal and pay the appropriate fees. If your passport was issued in the United States more than one year ago, but was issued for limited validity because of a documentation issue, you will need to follow the new passport procedure and apply using Form DS-11. Full government fees will apply.