WEST JORDAN — Need a passport or passport card?

A Passport Fair will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 17 at the West Jordan Post Office, 7901 S. 3200 West.

The Passport Fair will offer customers one-stop shopping for passports and passport cards, which can only be used for land and sea travel between the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Bermuda and the Caribbean.

No appointment is needed.

"Our sales and service associates will help residents with passport applications, fees and photos," said West Jordan Postmaster Dan Corral." They make it easy and convenient for travelers to apply for a passport or passport card. Applicants are encouraged to print and complete their applications ahead of time by going online at travel.state.gov. Do not sign the application form, as the passport acceptance clerk must witness the signing. Customers may also obtain a form at any passport office."

Corral reminds passport applicants to bring the required documentation, including proper proof of U.S. citizenship or naturalization. This must be either a state-issued certified birth certificate, available by contacting the state Department of Health of your state of birth; a previous official passport; or a naturalization certificate.

The cost for a passport is $100 for adults (16 years and older), with separate payments of $75 paid to the State Department for the passport application fee and $25 to the Postal Service for its processing fee (set by the Department of State). For persons under 16, the cost is $85, with separate payments of $60 and $25, respectively.

Customers can go to usps.com/passport for more information.