Passport Day Is Canceled

However, post offices will still participate.

Friday, Mar 1, 2013  |  Updated 12:52 PM EDT
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Passport Day Is Canceled

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Passport Day in the USA will not happen on Saturday, March 9.

It is canceled because of the sequestration and the Connecticut Passport Agency will not be open to the public. 

However, many facilities not associated with the Department of State will participate. 

The list is posted on the the U.S. State Department Web site.

This was the day when residents can apply for passports without making an appointment for routine or expedited service. 

@TravelGov was ill host a live twitter Q&A on Monday, March 4 at 10 a.m. and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Passport Services, Brenda Sprague will answer questions about passports for one hour.

Tweet your questions to @TravelGov using #AskState,

Everyone is invited to join the conversation throughout the week by using the hashtag, #PPTDay.

You can also visit Facebook.com/TravelGov beginning March 4 for daily passport tips and referrals to other online resources.
 

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