District Clerk's Office - Passports

The district clerk has a duty to keep the records of the district court safe and properly arranged. The district clerk must, among other things record the acts and proceedings of the district court, enter all judgments of the court under the direction of the judge, record all executions issued and the returns issued on the executions, administer child support payments, administer trust accounts for minors ordered by the courts keep an index of the parties to all suits filed in the court, and make reference to any judgment made in the case and keep an account of all funds collected by the office, including fines and fees, and determine the amount due to citizens who serve on a jury in district court.

Please Note: Due to the ever increasing amount of passport customers, we have made the decision to start processing passports by appointment only.

This change is effective beginning May 1st and our hours for passports will remain Tuesdays and Thursday from 8~4 only.   Call 830-221-1250 to schedule an appointment


 

Heather Kellar
District Clerk

Diana Alaniz
Executive Office Manager

Passport Information:

  • We DO NOT take PHOTOS in the office and
  • You must make an appointment to see a clerk for passport processing.

 

 

Before visiting our office, please ensure you have the following supporting documentation and materials:

Certified Birth Certificate with State, City, or County Seal or previous U.S. Passport, or Certificate of Naturalization, or Certificate of Citizenship, or Consular Report of Birth Abroad. Hospital birth certificates are NOT Acceptable.

Forms may be picked up in office or online at www.travel.state.gov

Two identical, recently made 2" x 2" photos with image size between 1 and 1-3/8 inches from bottom of chin to top of hair with plain white background. Photos must be clear, front view, full face, taken in normal street attire (no hats or dark glasses).

Our office does not take photos.

Valid drivers license, military ID, or government ID (Federal, State, or Municipal).

All applicants, regardless of age, must appear in person. Applicants 16 through 17 years of age must appear in person accompanied by a parent named on the birth certificate to apply. Applications for minors age 15 and under must be done in person by both parents named on the birth certificate and the child must be present. PLEASE NOTE: Passport renewals for children under 16 years of age must present both the expired passport AND a certified birth certificate.

Certified proof of name change (required only when applicable).

A fee for applicants 16 years of age and older in the amount of $110.00 for passport book & $30.00 for passport card - check or money order ONLY payable to Department of State. The fee for minors 15 years of age and younger is $80.00 for passport book and $15.00 for passport card - check or money order ONLY. NOTE: These prices are subject to change.

$25.00 (cash, check, or *credit card) for execution fee. *MasterCard/Visa

ALL REQUIREMENTS ARE MANDATED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

Please keep your receipt until you have received your passport and submitted documents. US Department Of State - Passport Information and Forms