Passport Help @ Mission Viejo Library

Posted on August 18, 2007. Filed under: Making Life Easier, Orange County things to do |

Leaving the country soon???  I thought you might like to know you can apply for a passport, change your name on your passport, or get your passport photos taken at the Mission Viejo public library off of La Paz and Marguerite.  I had to go today in order to get my name changed to “Weeks” on my passport, Mike is taking me on a cruise soon! 🙂

Mission Viejo LibraryThe library has walk ins on Wednesday and Thursday, and appointments on Saturday.  There are nice people there helping you with the right form, fees, reviewing your forms, etc.  It’s nice to have a second set of eyes to help you review your application.  Since there is a backup, it would be annoying to get denied for filling out the app wrong!

You’re probably laughing since I have been married for 3 years, and have not fully changed my name.  I KNOW, go ahead!  I did find a neat little kit to solve that for future brides, though.  The Name Change Kit for Brides makes a perfect, inexpensive, creative, engagement gift and it provides all the forms and information you need to change your name. 

I think the passport was the last thing with my maiden name on it left.  I had most of my name changed the first year, except for health records and my email.  I’m almost there haha. 

Here’s a cute courtyard pic of the Mission Viejo Library, there’s lots to do there besides read books 🙂  We actually used their community center last year for a homebuyer seminar – anyone is welcome to rent it.  They have tutoring, computer classes, lots of stuff going on!

Mission Viejo Library courtyard

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