ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Passport Fair set Feb. 27 at Mitchell Post Office

To assist those traveling out-of-the-country for business or pleasure, the Mitchell Post Office will hold a Passport Fair from 8 a.m. to noon on Feb. 27.

To assist those traveling out-of-the-country for business or pleasure, the Mitchell Post Office will hold a Passport Fair from 8 a.m. to noon on Feb. 27.

U.S citizens must present a valid passport book when entering or re-entering the United States by air. U.S. citizens entering the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda at land borders and sea ports of entry must present a passport book, passport card or other travel documents approved by the U.S. government.

Information, a list of fees and instructions how to apply for a U.S. passport is available at travel.state.gov/content/travel/english.html. U.S. citizens may also obtain passport information by phone, in English and Spanish, by calling the National Passport Information Center at (877) 487-2778.

Call 605-996-0957 to make an appointment

Walk-in applications will be accepted; appointments are preferred. To make an appointment, call the Mitchell Post Office at (605) 996-0957. The following items are required in order to process the application:

ADVERTISEMENT

• DS-11 (Passport Application) filled out entirely in black ink

• Certified birth certificate

• Driver's license (if applicable)

• Check or cash for payment

Children under the age of 16 must have both parents present. Children 16 and 17 must have one parent present.

What To Read Next
Members Only
Although Mitchell's rates would be increase, the proposed equitable rate structure could lessen the increased costs for residential customers' water and sewer bills.
“We see that when things happen in the coastal areas, a few years later, they start trending toward the Midwest,” said Rep. Ben Krohmer, serving his first term in the House.
“This is sensationalism at its finest, and it does not deserve to be heard in our state capitol,” Rep. Erin Healy, a Democrat and one of 10 votes against the bill in the 70-person chamber, said.
Members Only
Prior to be sentenced to prison, a Mitchell man blamed the winter weather and slick roads for his DUI charge and said he wouldn't have been pulled over had it not been for the "crazy weather."