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Christopher Snyder
Worked at USN
Lives in Seattle WA


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Seattle WA
  • USN
    Mechanical Operator
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After reading the reviews I made sure to prepare my paperwork (took about 15 min on the website) and made an appointment for 1100 the night before using the automated appointment system the passport agency had available. I woke up early the next morning and caught the 0845 ferry from Bremerton. The ferry was 10 min late due to excessive fog (go figure!) Landed in Seattle just before 1000 and started to head toward the government building which housed the passport agency. It is a little confusing trying to find the correct building (it's the big glass one "under" the Yessler bridge). Once inside the building I was screened by security guards and they directed me to the 6th floor. I stepped inside the passport office at 1025. I was promptly assisted by a man named Matt. I handed him my ID card, passport picture, birth certificate and my completed paperwork. He then asked me a few questions and sent me to the next stage where I swore all my information was correct, signed the line and paid the fee. And that was it. I walked out at 1034 made my way back to the ferry grabbed a quick bite to eat at a nearby bbq spot called Hole in the Wall (very tasty) and caught the 1110 ferry back to Bremerton. Overall a very smooth experience. Just make sure you do yourself a favor and prepare everything in advance and get there early.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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