The new document (PDF) would require that certain applicants submit a list of every residence and every job they’ve ever had since birth.
In February, the department published a request in the Federal Register allowing 60 days for comment before the new rules go into effect.
“The Biographical Questionnaire for a U.S. Passport, form DS-5513, is used to supplement an application for a U.S. passport when the applicant submits citizenship or identity evidence that is insufficient or of questionable authenticity,” according to a supporting statement (PDF) issued along with the request for comment.
“This form is used prior to passport issuance and solicits information relating to the respondent’s family, birth circumstances, residences, schooling, and employment,” the statement added.
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