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What is a passport number?

Passports issued in the United States of America are all computer generated. Your passport number is a nine digit number that identifies the issuing passport office as well as your unique series of numbers that connect to your passport application. You can find the passport number on the first page of your passport near your passport photo and other identifying information. We will explain what the passport numbers mean in the next section.

Additional Passport Information

Every U.S. passport has a signature page and a data page. The data page is where you will find your passport number and the other passport related information including:

  • Photograph
  • Type [of document, which is “P” for “personal”]
  • Code [of the issuing country, which is “USA” for “United States of America”]
  • Passport No.
  • Surname
  • Given Name(s)
  • Nationality
  • Date of Birth
  • Place of Birth (lists the state/territory followed by “U.S.A.” for those born in the United States; lists the current name of the country of birth for those born abroad)
  • Sex
  • Date of Issue
  • Date of Expiration
  • Authority
  • Endorsements

At the bottom of this page is a section that is machine-readable. It contains the following information:

  • P<USA[SURNAME]<<[GIVEN NAME(S)]<<<<<<<<<< in the first line and
  • Both lines contain 44 characters in a fixed-width all-caps font, with the top line ending with enough left angle brackets to fill the 44 character limit.

Additional Passport Number Info

If your passport doesn’t have 9 numbers or your passport was issued under non-typical circumstances, you may find more info about your passport number within the following sections.

U.S. Passports Issued In After 1959

Notice that you only have 6, 7, or 8 passport numbers? Your passport was likely issued between 1960 and 1981. During those years, passport numbers were six to eight digits and were preceded by a letter. Generally, the letter would correspond to the year of issuance. You can see from the chart below:

  • “A”—1960, 1970, 1980
  • “B”—1961, 1971, 1981
  • “C”—1962, 1972, 1982
  • “D”—1963, 1973, 1983
  • “E”—1964, 1974, 1984
  • “F”—1965, 1975, 1985
  • “G”—1966, 1976, 1986
  • “H”—1967, 1977, 1987
  • (“I” was not used.)
  • “J”—1968, 1978, 1988
  • “K”—1969, 1979, 1989

By 1980, most of the passports issued in the U.S. were computer generated. Passports numbers preceded by “X” were issued to people with diplomatic status. Numbers preceded by “Y” were issued to people on official business.

U.S. Passports Issued After March 2002 By Domestic Passport Facilities for Overseas Posts

In April 2002, the National Passport Center began printing passports for most routine passport applications that were approved overseas. In September 2003, overseas posts began electronically transmitting routine approved passport applications to the Charleston Passport Center and the National Passport Center for the printing of their passports.

The “71” series is used for all of these passports.

U.S. Passports Issued After 1959 Outside the Country

Passports issued by U.S. diplomatic offices to U.S. citizens show a six to eight digit number preceded by a letter as follows:

  • “Y” Passports
    • 1960 to 09/15/74 – Issued to citizens on official business.
    • 09/15/74 through 06/1984 – Issued in Panama only to citizens on official business.
  • “Z” Passports
    • 1960 to 04/07/02 – Issued to citizens not on official business as full validity passports.
    • 04/08/02 to present – Issued to citizens not on official business as emergency passports with a maximum validity of one year
  • “70” series Passports
    • 1989 to 04/07/02 – Issued to citizens not on official business as full validity passports.NOTE: London began issuing these passports in 1988.
    • 04/08/02 to present – Issued to citizens not on official business as emergency passports with a maximum validity of one year.

U.S. Passports Issued Prior to 1960

These showed a six or seven digit number; no letters were used.