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Monday - Friday
(BY APPOINTMENT ONLY)
PASSPORT APPLICATIONS ARE
NOW BEING ACCEPTED IN OUR OFFICE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
(You may find other acceptance facilities near you at, travel.state.gov/)
The Northampton County Prothonotary is an official acceptance agent for U.S. Passports.
You may apply for your passport in the office if :
1. You are a first time passport applicant
2. You are a minor wishing to renew your passport
3. You have an adult passport that has been expired for five years
For all other renewal inquiries please visit travel.state.gov.
You may obtain the application online or in our office. You may complete the application in advance, however you must wait to sign the application in the presence of the Acceptance Agent.
Processing times vary depending on demand. For up-to-date processing times please check with travel.state.gov.
As a general guide;
Regular processing is approximately 8 to 11 weeks.
Expedite processing is approximately 5 to 7 weeks.
Expedited at Agency Must have international travel within 72 hours (3 business days)
For all application requirements, please visit travel.state.gov.
The County is offering passport photos for a $10 fee. If having photos processed by the County, please report directly to the revenue department (2nd floor) 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.
Your application must be completed and not signed, prior to your appointment.
Información en español
Current passport fees are:
Adult (16+)................... $130
Minor (under age 16)..... $80
Adult (16+)................... $30
Minor (under age 16)..... $15
Expedite processing ........ $60
Overnight delivery .......... $19.53
Passport book/card fees should be in the form of check or money order made payable to: U. S. Department of State
SEPARATE PROCESSING FEE
All application processing fees (Adult / Minor) are $35.00 / per application
Processing fees should be in the form of cash or money order made payable to: Clerk of Civil Court
For more fee information, please visit the fee section on the Travel.state.gov web page.