Passport Clinic slated for Nov. 26

Huron County Clerk of Courts Office and the Norwalk Area Senior Enrichment Services are once again working together to offer an evening "Passport Clinic" from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 26. Deputy clerks will be accepting passport applications at the Norwalk Senior Center at 130 Shady Lane. People of all ages who are interested in participating should call (419) 668-6245 to schedule an appointment for the clinic. Passport applications and instructions are available at the Senior Center or online at www.huroncountyclerk.com.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Huron County Clerk of Courts Office and the Norwalk Area Senior Enrichment Services are once again working together to offer an evening "Passport Clinic" from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 26.

Deputy clerks will be accepting passport applications at the Norwalk Senior Center at 130 Shady Lane. People of all ages who are interested in participating should call (419) 668-6245 to schedule an appointment for the clinic. Passport applications and instructions are available at the Senior Center or online at www.huroncountyclerk.com.

Based on past interest in the after-hours Passport Clinic, Clerk of Courts Susan Hazel suggests appointments for the clinic be placed with the Norwalk Senior Center by Monday. Participants will need their certified birth certificate, identification, two photos, application and checks ready for the clinic. Photos will not be taken at the clinic but can be purchased locally prior to Nov. 26.

"Everyone who has taken advantage of our past clinics has truly appreciated the convenient and prompt service," Hazel said.

The U.S. Department of State is now able to return the paperwork and passports within six to eight weeks. People needing to travel outside of the country before that time should come directly to the clerk's office in the Huron County Courthouse, Hazel added.