Eureka County Clerk Recorder's Office

PASSPORTS

The Recorder's Office is also a Passport Acceptance Facility. All forms are available in the office or on the https://travel.state.gov website. Please call before traveling to the office so we can ensure you bring all the correct documentation and that signers are available to successfully complete the application.

Travelers must have a Real ID Act-compliant ID in order to board a domestic flight starting October 1, 2020. If you do not, you cannot board your flight.

For those who do not get a Real ID through Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), there are other IDs that are Real ID Act-compliant, such as a U.S. pasport book or card.

For more information on the Real ID Act, please visit: https://www.dhs.gov/real-id

Learn About Your Destination:
Learn about your destination entry requirements at: https://travel.state.gov click on the "Find International Travel Information" and enter the country you are traveling to in the "Learn about your destination" field. This is important as countries have different requirements.

To Apply:
You can either appear in person at the Recorder's Office and complete the forms or go to https://travel.state.gov and click on "Get a U.S. Passport". From there you will find information and videos on the process, forms, and the fees. After completing the form(s), bring them to the Recorder's Office along with the passport photos, documentation, and payments for the fees.

Fees: Click Here for Passport Fee Information

Renewals:
If your passport is not more than 15 years old from the issue date, you can renew the passport by using the Form DS-82. You can obtain a form from the Recorder's Office or online at: https://travel.state.gov. The renewal form does not need to be processed through the Recorder's Office. It can be mailed by you.



Clerk Recorder
Lisa Hoehne
P.O. Box 694
Eureka, NV 89316
(775) 237-5263
FAX (775) 237-5614



 


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