- Clerk of Superior Court
- Passport Acceptance
*** PASSPORTS ACCEPTED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! ***
Passport appointments are available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Superior Court Clerk's Office. Please schedule appointments by phone at: (912) 576-5631.
Applications can be obtained in this office or online at travel.state.gov. Please review the online passport material on the U.S. Department of State's website and have your completed application and all supporting documents in order prior to your arrival. All application fields must be completed in black ink. Failure to comply with these standards may result in your appointment being rescheduled or your application being rejected.
Important Notice to Passport Applicants [Effective January 3, 2017] (PDF)
”HAND CARRIED” applications are NOT accepted at this agency.
Services & Fees
The Passport Book is valid for all international travel.
The Passport Card is valid only for return to the U.S. by land or sea from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and the Caribbean.
Acceptance fees are payable to the “Clerk of Court” by cash or check.
Application fees and expedited processing fees are payable to “U. S. Department of State” by check or money order only.
To expedite sending your application to the Passport Processing Center, overnight postage must be purchased at a U.S. Post Office and brought to the Clerk’s office with your application.
For more information, including a list of required documentation and fees, please visit travel.state.gov.
Limitations on the Clerk's Office Under Georgia Code
Under O.C.G.A. §15-19-51
By law, no legal advice may be given by any member of this office. At no time should statements made by office staff be considered any form of legal advice. Please seek a licensed attorney for legal assistance.
Passport Acceptance Division
Lindsey D. Drury
Senior Deputy Clerk
210 East 4th Street
Woodbine, GA 31569
P.O. Box 550
Woodbine, GA 31569
Fax: (912) 576-5648
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Why is the Department of State requiring a photocopy of my citizenship evidence and the original/certified copy?
- It states on my U.S. birth certificate that it is illegal to make a copy. What should I do?
- It states on my naturalization certificate or citizenship certificate “do not copy”. What should I do?