Post Office to Hold Passport Fair Saturday
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH, KY - The Downtown Paducah Post Office on South 4th Street is hosting a special one-day Passport Fair on Saturday from 9:00 am until noon.

All U.S. citizens, even babies, need their own passports to travel outside the country, and since it takes about two months to receive a passport after applying for it, applying now means you’ll have a passport for Winter or Spring travel.

Anyone applying for a U.S. passport will need to bring proof of American citizenship.That must be either a state-certified copy of your birth certificate; a previous U.S. passport, or a naturalization certificate. A photo ID, like a driver’s license or other government ID, is also required.

Applicants can bring passport photos with them, or have them made at the post office for $15.

For those age 16 and older, the passport application fee is $135. For those under age 16, the fee is $105. These fees can be paid in cash, by checks or money orders, or with debit and credit cards.

The Paducah Post Office is not usually open for Passports on Saturday, so this special, one-day event will make it really convenient to get ready to travel this Winter. 

Passport forms, Passport fees, information on how to apply and more can be found on the Department of State’s official website for Passport and travel information @ .

Published 11:51 PM, Tuesday Sep. 12, 2017
Updated 05:53 PM, Tuesday Sep. 12, 2017

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