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Applications are available and can be processed by appointment please contact us for more information. Passports will be cut off at 4 p.m. You may also contact the Passport Information Office at 1-877-487-2778 or at Travel.State.Gov, or call 724-656-3100. Our offices are located at:
61 E Main StreetUniontown, PA 15401
Please be advised that an appointment is highly recommended for a hand carry passport. The Prothonotary’s Office reserves the right to deny the process of a hand carry passport on a basis of volume of civil work that the office is experiencing and the supply staff.
All other passports do not require an appointment at the Prothonotary’s Office; however, we suggest that if multiple passports are needed for a family to please arrive at the Prothonotary’s Office by 3:30. Please have the passport application completed prior.
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On the first floor of the Fayette County Courthouse located at:
Individuals and businesses have 30 days from the date the judgment is entered to appeal. Only the initial form with basic information is provided. Once the appeal is filed, seek legal counsel.
Individuals have 30 days from the date of the letter from PennDOT to appeal. Consult legal counsel.
Obtain a certified copy of the satisfaction from our office and take it to or call the reporting agency, and ask what type of identification you will need. The following numbers and websites are the three major credit reporting agencies.
Obtain a copy of the lien from our office, and take it to or call the listed credit reporting agencies:
If the biological father's name is on the original birth certificate and the child is younger than 5 years old, you can complete the information on the back of the birth certificate and send it to the Pennsylvania Vital Statistics located in New Castle, PA. For children over the age of 5, seek legal counsel.
No. However, applications to obtain a certified birth certificate are available in this Office. You may call us at 724-656-3100, or you may visit the Pennsylvania Health Department website.