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Full-service Passport Application Acceptance Program

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Last Updated: 3/25/2017 6:41:24 PM

The U.S. government requires most U.S. citizens entering the United States at sea or land ports of entry to have a passport book, passport card, or other travel document approved by the Department of Homeland Security. Apply for a U.S. passport at:

Henderson City Hall

240 South Water Street
First Floor, Office of the City Clerk
(702) 267-1418

Monday-Thursday

Doors open at 7:30 am
Due to the high volume of passport customers, processing is limited to the first 85 customers. Physical space within the office is limited. Only applicants should appear in-person (including parents, if necessary).

Passport Application Processing

As a full-service Passport Application Acceptance facility, the Office of the City Clerk assists with:
  • Photos
  • Application processing
  • Mailing and tracking

Additionally, the Office of the City Clerk is experienced with complex applications (e.g., delayed birth, birth abroad).

Delivery Times

Standard service is currently taking 6-8 weeks from date of application. Expedited service for passport delivery within 2-3 weeks is available for an additional fee of $60.00 per application plus optional overnight delivery costs. Prior to your visit, please select, complete and print a Passport Application Form.

 

Passport Renewals

If you have/had a U.S. passport and meet certain requirements, you may renew your passport without appearing in person at a passport acceptance facility. Please call (702) 267-1418 for additional information about passport renewal eligibility and processes.

 

Additional Information

Passport Fees
Passport Requirements
Passport Books
Passport Cards
Passport Application Forms

Please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (702) 267-1400 or email cityclerk.cityclerk@cityofhenderson.com regarding passport application services. For other passport and travel information, please visit the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs.