Passport Information

The Clerk of the Superior Court has been designated a passport application acceptance agent for new or renewed passports by the U.S. State Department.  We accept the completed applications (following the federal guidelines) and forward them to the U.S. Passport Service for approval and processing.

Please Note: 

Please note:  UPDATE -  Due to COVID-19, the Clerk’s Office will temporarily suspend acceptance of passport applications until February 1, 2021.  As of March 25, 2020, post offices which are still accepting applications do so by appointment only.

Passport applications are accepted Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Passport Fees

      Passport Book: $110.00 for Adults; $80.00 for Minors (for air, land, and sea travel)

      Passport Card:  $30.00 for Adults; $15.00 for Minors (for land and sea travel only)

      Passport Bood & Card: $140.00 for Adults; $95.00 for Minors

      Renewals: Book $110.00 for Adults; Card $30.00 for Adults; Book & Card $140.00 for Adults


      Expedited Processing: $60.00
      1-2 Day Delivery: $17.13, Not valid for passport cards: (in addition to the $60 Expediting 
      Processing Fee)

 File Search Fee: $150.00

       Application Fee and any Additional Services Fees paid to the U.S. Department of State:

             •  Checks (personal, certified, cashier's, traveler's) and money orders payable to "U.S. 
                Department of State"
             •  Credit and debit cards CANNOT be accepted

       $35 Execution (Acceptance) Fee paid separately to the Clerk of the Superior Court:
             •  Cash, VISA/MasterCard debit or credit cards, money order, or personal in-state
 made payable to the "Clerk of Superior Court" are acceptable forms of payment
                 for the fee only. You may wish to contact the Clerk's Office to verify the amount of 
                 the filing fees for passports.

The standard passport application form DS-11 and all other necessay forms are available at the Clerk's Office or can be downloaded from the U.S. Department of State's website
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