*Next week is the annual “Lawyers in Libraries” statewide week of service. Between October 21-26, people can receive limited legal advice from pro bono attorneys for civil matters at public libraries in 61 parishes across the state. Click herefor the list of parishes hosting the event.
*Early voting for the November 16, 2019 general election begins Saturday, November 2 through Saturday, November 9 (except Sunday, November 3) from 8:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. at the Registrar of Voters office on the 1st floor of the Government Tower building.
*On Election Day, November 16, polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m.
The Passport Department is located at 415 Goode St., one block from the Old Courthouse building.
Supervisor: Rebecca Carlos
IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR A PASSPORT, PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT ACCEPT PASSPORT APPLICATIONS LATER THAN 3:00 P.M. ** WE DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS IN THE PASSPORT DEPARTMENT.
The Passport Department is responsible for assisting individuals who appear and fill out an application for a passport. We cannot fill it out for you. You can go to www.travel.state.gov and fill out the application before you come into the office as it is quite lengthy and time-consuming. You MUST use black ink only on your application.
To be issued a passport you must appear in person and have the following:
A properly filled-out application;
Proof of U.S. citizenship, which is an original or a certified copy of your birth certificate or naturalization certificate;
Proof of identity (a valid driver's license, government ID card, etc.);
One (1) passport picture measuring 2" x 2" each. Click here for passport picture regulations.
Note: The Clerk of Court's Office does NOT take photographs for passports! You must have this done before you come in to apply.
A fee of $110.00 for adults and children age 16 and over (add card for $30.00); payable by check or money order to the U. S. Department of State. This passport is valid for ten years. It normally takes 4-6 weeks to receive.*
A fee of $80.00 for children age 15 and under (add card for $15.00); payable by check or money order to the U. S. Department of State. This passport is valid for five years.
A $35.00 processing fee, payable by cash onlyto the Clerk of Court. (This fee applies to each passport application for minors and adults.)
*You may apply for an expedited passport which should arrive in 2-3 weeks. The same requirements apply as above except the fees are as follows:
Adult: $186.48 (Add card) $216.48
Minor book: $156.48 (Add card) $171.48
A $35.00 processing fee, payable by cash only to the Clerk of Court. (This fee applies to each passport application for minors and adults.)
The fees for a passport renewal are the same as above except for the $35 processing fee. This fee is waived for each renewed passport.
To see if your passport is renewable, click here for the list of renewable circumstances allowed by the passport office.
Welcome to the official website for the Terrebonne Parish Clerk of Court! Whether you visit our office through this website or in person, our purpose is to provide you with the friendly, considerate, and reliable service that you have come to expect and deserve from your Terrebonne Parish Clerk of Court's Office.