As a Passport Acceptance Facility, we will accept your completed application for a new Passport and forward it to the Passport Services section of the U.S. Department of State. Appointments are recommended but walk-in service may be available. To schedule an appointment please call 910-259-1225.
Hours of Passport Acceptance are Monday through Friday (except holidays) 8:00am – 4:00pm.
All applicants submitting passport application Form DS 11 must:
- Appear in person;
- Submit proof of U.S. citizenship (birth certificate, expired passport, naturalization certificate);
- Submit proof of identity (driver’s license, military ID, other government issued ID);
- PHOTO PROVIDED ON SITE: 2″x2″ high-quality photograph $10 per applicant.
Please contact our office for additional requirements of applicants under the age of 18.
Two payments are required:
- The application fee is payable to the U.S. Department of State by personal check, or money order.
- The execution fee ($35.00) and photo fee ($10) are payable to Pender County Register Of Deeds by cash, check or credit card.
Attention: New requirements for all birth certificates beginning April 1, 2011 require parent(s) full name to be on all certified birth certificates.
Please visit the U.S. Department of State’s website travel.state.gov for applications and detailed information on obtaining a passport.
Renewals can be done by mail if you meet the requirements.
QUICK LINKS AND FORMS
CALL 910-259-1225 TO SCHEDULED AN APPOINTMENT
OR HAVE QUESTION ANSWERED REGARDING OBTAINING A PASSPORT.
REMEMBER: Passport applications accepted by the Register of Deeds = Money staying in Pender County
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