Nassau County celebrates National Passport Awareness Day on April 17 with extended hours

Nassau County Library
Press Release
Submitted by Janet Loveless
March 26, 2021


The Fernandina Beach Branch Library has another reason to love your local library; we are celebrating National Passport Awareness Day! The Fernandina Beach Branch Library will have extended hours for passport application processing on Saturday, April 17th, from 9:00 am til 4:00 pm. Appointments are strongly encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome!

For adults we can process first time applications, and renewals for passports if issued over 15 years ago. For minors 15 and under we process first time AND ALL renewals. We process all applications for those 16 & 17 years old as well. Has your passport been lost or stolen? Did you have a name change? We can do these also. Don’t forget, now you can get a passport card in addition to the book!

Getting your passport is easy and can be done quickly, if you are prepared! You will need to bring three items 1) evidence of your identification such as your FL driver’s license; 2) evidence of your citizenship, typically your birth certificate. The birth certificate must be the original or a certified copy and 3) two checks for payment. We are happy to take the photographs for you! We have all forms available at the library; stop in before-hand to pick up yours.

Phone lines too busy? Try our new online appointment calendar!

Please check the library’s website for details www.nassaureads.com; or visit travel.state.gov. New!

A dedicated line to help you 904-530-6508 for appointments, or you can email us at [email protected] Coffee provided by Friends of the Fernandina Beach Branch Library.

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