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The Passport Office processes Passports, Middlesex County Veterans Services Cards, State of NJ Notary Public Oaths and Naturalization Records.

Regular Passport Office hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applicants must arrive by 3:45.
Tuesdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Applicants must arrive by 5:45.
“No appointment needed”.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Passports
In the State of New Jersey, each county has an office designated by the Department of State as an acceptance agent for applications for United States passports.  All applicants must appear in person to execute his or her passport.  For more information on first time passports or passport renewal instructions and to download the proper application, click here.

Print the downloadable Passport Application Form DS-11. Fill it out but do not sign!  Apply in person to the Middlesex County Clerk's Office for completion.  
 
Processing Times
Please refer to the Dept. of State website for all processing times, including information on faster service (see EXPEDITED SERVICE REQUIREMENTS section).

Special Requirements for Children Under Age 16
As required by Code of Federal Regulations Title 22, Section 51.28.
Both parents must be present for minors under age 16.  Both parents' signatures are required.
Only one parent is needed for age 16 and older.
For more information click here.
     
US Passport Card
As of February 1, 2008, the US Department of State introduced a new travel document for US Citizens called the US Passport Card. This card is valid for land and sea crossings between the US and Canada, Mexico, Bermuda and the Caribbean only. Citizens traveling by sea are urged to confirm with their cruise line to determine if any other ID is required for travel. If traveling by air, citizens must apply for a Passport Book.
 
 Passport Application Requirements
• All applicants must be present.
• Evidence of U.S. citizenship in the form of a certified birth certificate with a raised seal and a file date from the registrar of vital statistics from the town or the state the applicant was born in, or a previous passport is required for natural born citizens. Hospital birth certificates and baptismal certificates are not acceptable. Evidence of U.S. citizenship in the form of a naturalization certificate is required for foreign-born citizens who became U.S. citizens through naturalization.
• Two identical 2"x2" regulation passport photos taken within the last 6 months. Photos must have a light or white background and be full face forward. School photos and vending machine photos are not acceptable.  Photo service available on site for a $10 fee.
• Identification in the form of a valid driver's license, a school photo ID or an employment photo ID from a major corporation. If applicant does not have any of these IDs, please call (732) 745-3404 for further information.
• The fee for an adult passport age 16 and over is $135.00. Bring a check or money order for $110.00 made payable to US Dept. of State and a check or money order for $25.00 made payable to County Clerk. Passport will be valid for 10 years. The fee for a child's passport under the age of 16 is $105.00. Bring a check or money order for $80.00 made payable to US Dept. of State and a check or money order for $25.00 made payable to County Clerk. Passport issued to child under age 16 will be valid for 5 years.
• Separate checks are required for each passport.
• Children 15 years and under must appear in person with both parents and bring a certified copy of their birth certificate indicating the names of the parents, and submit previous passport if issued. If only one parent can appear, this parent must have a notarized consent form from the absentee parent, explaining why he or she cannot appear. Single parent households must provide primary evidence of sole custody (Court Order, Divorce Decree, Death Certificate, etc).
 
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL (732) 745-3405.
 
 
Middlesex County Veterans Services Cards
A courtesy service card is available to all veterans in acknowledgement of service rendered to the United States of America. 
•Original DD-214 must be recorded with the County Clerk.
•Proof of name and address in Middlesex County in the form of a driver's license, business mail, or property tax bill must be provided.
•Married females requesting ID cards listing a name other than what appears on their DD-214 must also show supporting document showing legal name change.
Office hours for Veterans Services Cards are Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Any veteran requiring assistance or additional information, may contact Doug Breen, Middlesex County Veteran's Services Coordinator at 732-745-4051.
 
Veteran’s Advantage Booklet
This booklet contains names of businesses and companies that offer a discount to veterans with proof of military service. The list was obtained from http://www.veteranprograms.com.

Please check the website for current or expired offers. If your DD-214 is already recorded with the County Clerk, please contact us…we will mail one out to you!
Olga Correa  (732) 745-5722 or Linda Dashuta (732) 745-5723

State of NJ Notary Public Oaths
Our office administers oaths to individuals who reside in Middlesex County and who have applied to the State of New Jersey to become a Notary Public. There is a $15.00 filing fee and no appointment is needed. Click here for Notary Public first time and renewal applications.  Customer service: (609) 292-9292.

The County Clerk’s office has a mobile service for notary publics who have received their commission paper back from the state. On the 1st Thursday of every month, a representative from the office will be in the municipal clerk’s office in the  Edison Township municipal building between the hours of 8:30 am and 11:00 am. The representative will then be at the Woodbridge Township municipal building between the hours of 12 noon and 3:00 pm in the council chambers. The $15 fee may be paid be check, money order, or the exact amount in cash. Please call the day before to be sure the representative will be on site as weather or holidays may affect the schedule- (732) 745-3870 or (732) 745-3405.
 
Naturalization Records
The County Clerk's office has petitions of naturalization on file for individuals who became United States citizens at the Middlesex County Courthouse from 1806 through 1991. The microfilms are available to the public for viewing, or, if the year of petition or naturalization is known, we will research it for you. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL (732) 745-3405.
  

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Passports
Middlesex County Administration Building
4th floor
75 Bayard Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone ( 732 ) 745 - 3827
Fax ( 732 ) 745 – 3642
*Passport Office hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30-4:00pm. 
Applicants must arrive by 3:45.
**Tuesdays are 8:00AM - 6:00PM.
Applicants must arrive by 5:45.

 

 


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