Passport photo details
Passport photos are available at all these locations with no appointment ever needed. It takes about 11 minutes. :
2 Passport size photos $9.95
4 Passport size photos $14.95
5Digital Passport photos on CD for online application $9.95
Each additional pair $5.00
Add $5.00 for children age 3 and under
We offer passport photos for over 130 countries worldwide.
For countries where the specifications are different than those of the U.S. State Department, please add $5.00.
Please feel free to contact King 1 Hour Photo for more details about Passport Photos.
Applying for A Passport
U.S. Passports are only issued by the U.S. State Department. Processing usually takes 6 weeks (but can take longer). Processing can be expedited for an additional fee.
Where to Apply
If this is your first passport, you will need to apply in person at a government office that accepts passport applications.
In Harrisonburg: The County Clerk???s office in the Rockingham County Courthouse on Court Square
In Waynesboro: Clerk of the Circuit Court???s Office at 250 S. Wayne Avenue
In Staunton: The County Clerk???s office at 1 E. Johnson Street
Things You Need
When applying, you'll need to bring:
Two passport photos
Proof of identity (driver's license)
Proof of your U.S. Citizenship (usually a certified birth certificate)
Two checks for the fees
FEES: Effective March 8, 2005, a new passport security surcharge of $12 is collected from all passport applicants.
For first time applicants, this surcharge will be added to the regular passport fees of $55 (age 16 and older) and $40 (under age 16) in addition to the $30 execution fee, making total cost for routine service $97 for a ten-year passport for those age 16 and older and $82 for a 5-year passport for those under age 16.
For applicants renewing their passports, the surcharge will be added to the regular passport fee of $55 making total cost for routine service $67.
Save time by completing the application prior to arrival
Download an application form here
Here's a site listing all the vital records departments of various states, essencial if you need to get a passport and you were born out-of-state. http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/w2w.htm