** Special Event** Passport Saturday October 15, 2022 8 AM-2 PM 

        --No appointment needed--


Click HERE for more information- 

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The Bainbridge Island Municipal Court is currently processing passports. 

The Court is also taking passport photos for $10 per person.

MONDAY:          WALK- IN processing accepted (8am - 11am and 1:30pm to 3pm). 
 If you appear too close to our end time at 11 and 3 and there are others already waiting, we may have to ask that you return at another time.
TUESDAY:         NO PASSPORT PROCESSING  
WEDNESDAY:   APPOINTMENT ONLY.  Schedule appointment below. 
THURSDAY:      APPOINTMENT ONLY.   Schedule appointment below.  
FRIDAY:             NO PASSPORT PROCESSING 
 **THE COURT IS CLOSED ON ALL LEGAL HOLIDAYS**

PLEASE NOTE:  We may not be able to process your passport application if you do not have all necessary items. The rules are made by the Federal Passport Agency, not the court clerks. Please pay close attention to the requirements and follow them exactly.

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED INSTRUCTION SHEET 

**COMMON MISTAKES THAT CANNOT BE ACCEPTED**

  • Using blue pen (not allowed- fill out a new application)
  • Using white out (not allowed- fill out a new application) 
  • Scribbling out mistakes (not allowed- fill out a new application) 
  • Printing double-sided (must be single-sided)
  • Forgetting ORIGINAL documents and Identification (must have originals)
  • Forgetting copies of documents and ID (must be single-sided copies) 
  • Forgetting checkbook (you will need multiple checks)

MASKS:  Masks are optional, but appreciated if worn. We request that you not appear at the court if you are sick or if any member of your household is sick with any cold or flu-like illness.

Many people are not required renew in-person and may be eligible to renew via mail-in service. To find out if that applies to you, click: Renew my U.S. passport (state.gov)

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PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION BELOW SO THAT YOU ARE PREPARED FOR YOUR PASSPORT APPOINTMENT. 

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You must arrive on time for your appointment. 

The Municipal Court is located at:
10255 NE Valley Road, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110.
DO NOT GO TO CITY HALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT.  

WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR APPOINTMENT:

  • All parties must be present for Appointment, including minor children. 
  • Completed DS-11 Application  - typed or in black ink (print single-sided if using online forms)
  • Proof of Citizenship – must be ORIGINAL or CERTIFIED COPY and photocopy (single-sided) of front and back.  
  • Government Issued ID – i.e. Driver’s License; Military ID (If passport is for a minor, parent’s ID) and photocopy (single-sided) of front and back.  If ID has been issued one year or less, secondary ID is required, i.e. expired Driver’s License, Costco card with photo.
  • Photos – taken within the last 6 months and meeting passport specifications.
  • Checkbook  - at least two checks per application. 

    Additional information you need to bring if applying for minor child
  • Birth Certificate - ORIGINAL or CERTIFIED COPY and photocopy single-sided of front and back. 
  • Both parents must appear, or
    • If one parent is not able to attend the appointment, a Statement of Consent Form 3053 (PDF) needs to be completed by the parent unable to appear and be notarized.  Bring the Statement of Consent form to the appointment along with a COPY OF THE FRONT AND BACK OF I.D. THAT WAS PRESENTED TO THE NOTARY. 

Please call the Court at (206) 842-5641 with any questions.
Please see the passport agency website at travel.state.gov for current information and processing times.  

EXPEDITED SERVICE: You may request expedited service for an additional $60 and you may opt for 1-2 day overnight return mail service for an additional fee which ensures fastest turn around time.

PASSPORT FORMS: Passport forms can be obtained in person from the Bainbridge Island Municipal Court or at the following website: travel.state.gov



SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT BELOW: Please note that the system only releases passport appointment times 90 days in advance.  If you do not find any appointments available, please check back for new appointments or cancelations or appear at our Walk-in days on Mondays 8-11am, 1:30-3pm. The Court staff are unable to schedule appointments for you.  Thank you.