Passport Day tomorrow, Oct. 5 | King County

Go to Renton to apply or renew your passport.

  • Friday, October 4, 2019 10:15am
  • Life

King County will open its Black River Community Service Center (CSC) in Renton on Saturday, October 5 to accommodate residents who might not otherwise be able to apply for a passport in person during standard weekday hours. Families with travel plans abroad are especially encouraged to attend. Only passport processing will be available on this day; no other CSC or Elections services will be available.

WHEN: Saturday, October 5, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE: Black River Community Service Center, inside King County Elections, 919 SW Grady Way, Renton.

APPLICANTS WILL NEED:

– Application (unsigned)

– Proof of U.S. citizenship (certified birth certificate, naturalization certificate, or previous passport)

– Current ID with photo and signature

– Updated passport photo (King County does not provide this service)

– If under age 16, consent is required from both parents

– Payments to U.S. State Department and King County Treasury (see CSC website at kingcounty.gov/CSC for current fees)

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

kingcounty.gov/CSC


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