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First, you need to be somewhere in the country where you have citizenship.
Second, you need to prove your identity, e.g., birth-certificate, photo-ID (driver's license?),
and maybe proof of employment.
Third, you need to find "sponsors" -- people with credentials (doctors, priests, dentists)
who have known you for a few years, and will vouch that you are you.
Fourth, you need to get "passport photos" -- any camera-store will be able to produce these, for a fee.
Fifth, you need to find the nearest Passport Office in your region of your country,
or find the web-site of that Passport Office, and get (or download) a Passport Application Form.
Complete the form, and include the necessary fee for processing.
Then, either mail-in the form, or submit it in person.
Getting a passport for a child is mostly the same, except for what the child cannot provide,
e.g., driver's license, and record-of-employment. :-)
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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