NJ and New York have renewed passports biographical pages for two years, renewing the passport application process for both the state’s citizens and visitors.
Passport applicants must complete an online biographic questionnaire, which asks for information on their family and contacts, and then submit a $50 application fee.
New Jersey also allows travelers to take a DNA test and submit it to the state to see if they have a match.
The New York State Department of State and Department of Homeland Security also issued new passports to New Yorkers.
The new passports were issued by the Office of the Commissioner of State Identification and require a new passport application form.
They also require applicants to complete a DNA sample, which can take up to two weeks to complete.
The passport fee is $100.
The biographical page for NJ citizens was updated last week to show the name of the applicant, their age, birthdate and the name and address of the person who will be taking the DNA test.
This page also shows that a new biographic sample must be submitted and that applicants must have passed a DNA exam.
The new passports have been widely seen as a boon for New Yorkers, but some say it will be more expensive.
According to the Associated Press, passport renewal applications have risen by more than 50% since 2007.
New Jersey and New Yorkers were able to apply for the passports under the “new” passport system, which allowed New Yorkers to take the tests but required applicants to have passed an exam to renew the passport.