The Prothonotary’s Office processes passport applications for international travel and related matters, a courtesy service to the residents of Greene County. Note the following office changes on passports:
- Passport Applications will be in the Prothonotary's Office Tuesday & Wednesday from 9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m., and Thursday from 10:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m. by appointment only. Applicants must call 724-852-5289 to schedule an appointment (NO EXCEPTIONS).
- Our office DOES NOT ACCEPT CASH
for the Passport Fee. All fees paid to the U.S. Department of State must be a check or money order.
- Prothonotary’s Fee ($35.00)
can be Cash, Money Order or Check.
- We DO NOT
offer on-site photo services.
For passport applications and forms, application processing times, passport laws, locations and hours of processing centers, or for more information about obtaining, replacing, changing or renewing passports, visit the U.S. Department of State - Bureau of Consular Affairs
New Passport Hours:
- Tuesday from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., by appointment only
- Wednesday from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., by appointment only
- Thursday from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., by appointment only
Birth Certificates: A birth record contains information about the birth of an individual. On a birth record, you can usually find the mother's full maiden name and the father's full name, the name of the baby, the date of the birth, and county where the birth took place. When submitting a birth certificate with your passport application, it must have both parents names on the birth certificate. State issued birth certificates without the parents names cannot be submitted.
Death Records: Also known as medical certificate of the cause of death (MCCD), this is a document issued by a government official such as a registrar of vital statistics that declares the date, location and cause of a person's death.
Marriage Records: Since September 30, 1885, marriage licenses have been required in Pennsylvania and are maintained by the Marriage License Clerk in the county courthouse of the county issuing the license. Before September 30, 1885, the issuing of licenses was not obligatory, but was intended for those cases where the banns were not published or the marriage in church was dispensed with. For these earlier marriages, church records and newspapers may provide information.
Divorce Certificates: The divorce certificate contains basic information about the husband and wife, and the date and place the marriage ended. Certified copies of a Divorce Certificate are official copies issued by court on the state or County level. Since 1804, Divorce Records have been kept in the Prothonotary's Office in the county where the divorce was granted. In addition, local newspapers frequently published notices of divorce actions.
for Final Divorce Order, which is a final order that pro se parties can use when they file the final paperwork for their divorce.
And click here
for the Final Decree in Divorce form (which is a final divorce decree pro se parties can use when they are submitting the final paperwork for their divorce).