Requirements For Obtaining
The applicant should fill out Form DS-11 on the Travel.State.Gov website and bring the form to the Uintah
County Clerk/Auditor's Office:
147 East Main
Vernal, Utah 84078
The office is open, between the hours
of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Monday through Friday. (The office is not open on Saturday or
- All passport fees must be paid by personal check, cashier's check
or money order made to, " US Department of State". Processing is approximately 6 weeks. Fee Schedule
- An execution fee of $25.00 for each passport
must be paid to the Uintah County Clerk/Auditor by check, money order or cash, plus postage (2-3 day priority $4.75, 2 day express $16.63)
- For faster processing, you may request expedited service for a fee of $184.96 for adults and $154.96 for children under 16, plus one-way overnight delivery, and you will receive your passport within three weeks.
- A Passport Card is now available for land or port crossings, but cannot be used for international travel by air.
- 2 passport quality pictures;
- Proof of citizenship, such as an old passport,
or a certified birth certificate;
- Picture identification, such as a driver
license, or military identification(if presenting an out-of-state drivers license, must have 2 forms of ID);
- Parents' birth dates, and parents' birthplaces;
- All applicants must appear in person;
- Parents must present proof of identification
for minor children;
Application Guidelines for children under 14.
- Routine service is receipt within 4-6 weeks and expedited service is receipt within 2-3 weeks after application has been submitted to and prepared by the Clerk/Auditor's Office.
If your most recent passport was issued
less than 15 years ago and can submit it, if you were at least
16 years of age when your most recent US passport was issued and
you use the same name as on your most recent passport, you may
obtain a form and submit your own application.
For this purpose you may obtain a passport
application form from the Uintah County Clerk/Auditor's Office,
or you can obtain a copy from the internet: Form DS-82
Tips for Travelers:
- Familiarize yourself with local laws
and customs. Remember, when in a foreign country, you are subject
to the laws of the country
- Make 2 photo copies of your passport
identification page. Leave one at home. Carry the other in your
luggage (Not with your passport)
- Leave a copy of your itinerary with
family or friends at home.
- If you get in serious trouble or if
your passport is lost/stolen, call the nearest U. S. Consulate.
Visit the U. S. Department of State and it's
Bureau of Consular affairs, which includes passport services, at
it's internet site: http://travel.state.gov
for passport and other travel information.
In addition, contact the National Passport Information Center (NPIC) at 1-877-487-2778. or by e-mail at NPIC@state.gov. Customer Service Representatives are available M-F 7am - 12 midnight EST (excluding Federal holidays). Automated information is available 24/7.