The forms can be downloaded from the U.S. Department of State web site (click on the number to download the form):
You have never had a U.S. passport.
You are under age 16.
Your most recent passport was issued more than 15 years ago.
Your passport was lost or stolen. If you are applying because your most recent, valid passport was lost or stolen, you will also need to submit Form DS-64.
DS-82 (Renewals Only)
This form should be used for renewing a previously issued and still valid U.S. passport in person, if
You can submit your most recent passport AND
You were at least 16 years old when your most recent passport was issued AND
You were issued your most recent passport in the last 15 years AND
You use the same name as on your most recent passport or since your passport was issued, you have had your name changed by marriage or court order and can submit proper documentation to reflect your name-change.
If you do not meet all 4 of the above requirements, you cannot use Form DS-82! You must apply on a DS-11.
This form is used within one year of passport issuance for name-changes and any other descriptive information changes, as well as for the replacement of limited passports and correction of any printing errors. The DS-5504 must be submitted with the passport to be replaced, the documentation required for the change, and new photos. There is no charge for routine processing of these changes. After one year of the passport issuance date, Form DS- 82, Application for Passport by Mail, or Form DS-11, U.S. Passport Application, as appropriate, must be submitted and all applicable fees paid.
Statement of Consent: Issuance of a Passport to a Minor under the age of 16. For details please see Passport Application for Children.
Statement of Exigent/Special Family Circumstances: Issuance of a Passport to a Minor under the age of 16. For details please see Passport Application for Children.