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No, we do not issue Emergency Passports. You will need to apply through the US Department of State's website to receive
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The US Department of State requires either a Check or Money Order to be attached to the passport application.
Check/Money Order should be made out the: US Department of State.
We do not take Appointments. We only accept Walk-ins. Typically running Tuesday-Thursday 9:30AM-3:00PM, but please contact the courts for processing times Tuesday-Thursday.
No, the District Clerk's Office does not process adult renewals, UNLESS the passport has been expired for over 5 years.
Routine Service: 10-13 Weeks
Expedited Service: 7-9 Weeks
The Passport Agency sends frequent updates on Processing times, be sure to check for the most current time frames.
No. Everyone who is applying for said Passport will need to be present.
YES! Everyone who is applying for a Passport must be present, as well as anyone under the Age of 16 will need both Parents to be in attendance.
Yes! As of January 2023, we are now taking Passport Photos. This fee can be paid with any form of payment.
No. The Clerk's Processing Fee and Passport Application fee have to be separate. The Clerk's Fee can be paid with Cash, Check, or Card.
The Passport Agency prefers the CERTIFIED Long-Form Birth Certificate. Most Short-Form Texas and California (abstract) versions of Birth Certificates may or may not be acceptable for Passport purposes.