The Clark County Clerk’s Office is opening evening appointments for passport applications

Las Vegas, Nev. (FOX5) – Those who need to apply for a passport can now sign up for evening appointments through the Clark County Clerk’s office.

The Clark County Clerk’s Office has reopened its passport processing facility at the Marriage License Bureau at the Regional Justice Center after a lengthy closure due to COVID-19, according to a news release.

The publication notes that passports are required and should be scheduled for each person applying for a passport. Spaces are in 15-minute blocks, the release said.

According to Clark County, appointment times are available Sunday through Thursday evenings from 6 to 7:45 p.m. An appointment for a passport can be booked online https://weddings.vegas/business-services/passport-acceptance/.

The publication also notes that there is a $35 fee to Clark County to process your passport application. Additional fees are required for the Department of State to process the application.

According to Clark County, the Clerk’s Office accepts passport applications and forwards them to the State Department for processing, which currently can take up to one time. 6 to 9 weeks. Applicants may pay an additional $60 fee to expedite processing, according to the release. Expedited processing is currently estimated at 3 to 5 weeks. it is said freely.

According to Clark County, processing times begin the day the State Department receives the application at the agency or passport center, not the day you apply at the receiving facility.

See below for more information on which documents: https://weddings.vegas/business-services/passport-acceptance/

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