Vacation plans? Need a passport? Not to worry. The Tavernier Post Office is hosting a Passport Fair on Saturday, July 22, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Relax. Go to the Post Office at 91220 Overseas Highway where friendly Sales and Services Associates will help and process your passport application.
But first, you'll need to do some homework. Here's what you need to do:
Bring a completed application (form is available at usps.com/passport; but do not sign it until the passport clerk instructs you to do so).
Remember that everyone, including newborn infants, is required to obtain a passport in his or her own name. For children under age 16, the consent of both parents/guardians is required.
Bring proof of identity (a valid permanent state driver’s license, a government ID or military ID, previous passport, Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization Certificate)
Bring proof of U.S. citizenship (previous passport, original or certified birth certificate issued from the state with a raised, embossed, impressed, or multi-colored seal and registrar’s signature and date of certificate filing)
Remember your Social Security Number.
At the Passport Fair, get two official passport photos taken for only $15.
The U.S. Department of State fees vary according to age and type. The fee(s) must be made by money order, check, bank draft, or cashier’s check made payable to the U.S. Department of State; debit and credit card payment is not available. The Passport Book fee for under age 16 is $80; for age 16 and older is $110. The Passport Card fee for under age 16 is $15, and for age 16 and older is $30. In addition, all acceptance agencies, including the Postal Service, charge a processing fee of $25 per application. A debit or credit card may be used in addition to cash, money order, or check made payable to the Postal Service.