Teton County offers passport application drop-in day

JACKSON, Wyo.  — The Teton County Clerk of District Court Office is partnering with the Teton County Sheriff’s Office make passport applications just a little bit easier this month.

Take advantage of the Fourth Annual Passport Application Drop-In Day Sunday, January 26 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Passport application appointments are usually required weekdays from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. “We understand the timeframe doesn’t always work for everyone’s schedule,” said Teton County Clerk of Court Anne Commeaux Sutton. “Once a year, for the past four years, the Clerk of District Court Office opens its doors on a weekend to help people fill out passport applications without an appointment.”

The date was selected to provide plenty of time for passport application processing for those needing a passport for Spring Break. Standard passport processing takes six to eight weeks, with expedited processing available for an additional $60 (or more) for those needing their passport in two to three weeks.

In order to make the process as streamlined as possible, the Clerk of District Court Office suggests that participants arrive with their applications completed and bring the required materials needed for the application process (checks, money orders, birth certificates, etc.) Passports for minors expire every five years and all new and renewal applications for minors require applications through the Clerk of District Court Office, and the child and both parents to be present.

To confirm required materials, print off an application, set up a weekday appointment or to find out current passport processing times, visit the Clerk of District Court Office website or call at 307-733-2533.

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