Please note: An application for a new passport can be made up to one year before of the expiration of the passport. The following are requirements for a new passport and for a new booklet in case the visa pages of a valid passport have been filled:
 
APPLICANTS WITHIN SAN FRANCISCO JURISDICTION MAY FedEx the following documents to Travisa for processing:
1 One notarized passport application form per applicant completed on-line, printed and signed in front of a notary. Signatures must be original on each application. Improperly completed forms may delay the processing of your application. 
2 Four recent passport type photographs (3.5cm X 3.5cm), in color, front view, full face, and with a light background. Note: If your passport has been expired for more than six months, your passport photos must be notarized.
3 Proof of US Residency: two documents are required, such as a photocopy of applicant driver’s license, lease agreement, and/or utility bills may be submitted.
4 Computer generated flight itinerary from the airline or a travel agency, copy of airline ticket or a corporate letter stating travel plans. A signed letter on the travel agency’s letterhead confirming round-trip booking may also be submitted.
5 Original or notarized copy of US Permanent Resident Card (front and back). US visa holders should have original I-94 or I-20 stapled to their passport.
6 Original current or expired Indian Passport along with a photocopy of the first 5 and last 2 pages of the passport.
7 Supporting Documentation:  

In cases where the applicant's passport has been expired for more than one year, the applicant must submit a notarized affidavit and a letter explaining the delay in renewing the passport. In some cases, personal appearance may be required.  

In cases where the current passport does not contain the name of the spouse and the applicant wishes to have it entered in the new passport, a notarized photocopy of the marriage certificate must be submitted along with the application.  

In cases where a wife does not intend to change her surname after marriage, she should fill out and include a  miscellaneous service form and apply for inclusion of husband's name in her passport. In such cases, the husband and wife should apply simultaneously.
8 Complete the Global Reservation Form. This is Travisa's Service Order Form. You must include a copy of this form with all other supporting documents.   

fees
  Travisa's Service Fees:  Regular processing - $29.00
  Indian Passports are generally processed in 2 to 3 weeks.

Global Reservation Form Instructions

 
  1. Follow this link to our Global Reservation Form.
  2. Complete all the fields with the needed information.
  3. Review the screen for accuracy.
  4. Print the completed form by clicking on the print button from your web browser.
  5. Review the printed copy to ensure the correct information.
  6. Return it with all of the above requirements to TRAVISA.
Residents of these states: Delaware, District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Bahamas and Bermuda.

PASSPORT APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED DIRECTLY TO THE INDIAN CONSULATE IN WASHINGTON DC.

Residents of these states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

PASSPORT APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED DIRECTLY TO THE INDIAN CONSULATE IN CHICAGO.
 

Residents of these states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virgin Island.

PASSPORT APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED DIRECTLY TO THE INDIAN CONSULATE IN NEW YORK.

Residents of these states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma an Texas.

PASSPORT APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED DIRECTLY TO THE INDIAN CONSULATE IN HOUSTON.

Residents of these states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming

PASSPORT APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED DIRECTLY TO THE INDIAN CONSULATE IN SAN FRANCISCO.