Brandon-Souirs MP Larry Maguire plans to hold another passport clinic and this time in Deloraine.

Staff will be available to assist people in either renewing or becoming a first time passport holder.

A photographer will also be available for your passport photos and my office will mail your passport application on your behalf.

Many residents may have a birth certificate issued by the municipality, however only birth certificates issued by Vital Statistics will be accepted for any NEW passport applications. Also, for first time passport holders that have changed their last name through marriage, you MUST bring your marriage certificate.

To save time, please visit and print and complete the application ahead of time.

The passport clinic in Deloraine will be held on Saturday, October 21st in the Harvest Community Church Hall between 9:00am and 3:00pm. MP Maguire has held a number of clinics are he tries to make it as easy as possible for Brandon-Souris resident to get or renew a passport.

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