Passport – Issuing Authority: For U.S. passports, the issuing authority is. usually “xxx Passport Agency” where the first part is a city such as “Charleston,” “New Orleans” or “Chicago,”etc. For other nations’ passports, if issued at a. consulate or embassy in the U.S., write the name of the consulate or embassy.
U.S passports are issued exclusively by the United States Department of State (USDOS).
Driver’s License Learner’s Permit State from which the Driver’s License was issued (Ex: State of Florida, State of California, State of Pennsylvania, etc.) Identification Card State from which the Identification Card was issued (Ex: State of Florida, State of Massachusetts, State of Hawaii, etc.)
What is my passport issuing country?
If it is a UK passport then the issuing country is the UK. Place of issue refers to the place of issue shown on your passport. As an example, my passport’s Country of issue, or Issuing authority is Canada.