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Trans Visibility Passport Day

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The Spectrum Center and the University of Michigan School of Social Work Office of Global Activities are collaborating to host Trans Visibility Passport Day on April 11th from 9:30am - 2:00pm.

During Trans Visibility Passport Day, the Washtenaw County Clerk's office will assist students and community members to apply for, renew, or change their passport. Trans Visibility Passport Day is also open to students and community members who need to apply for a first time passport, without needing to update a gender marker or make a name change. Please RSVP below if interested.

Please be aware that all fees required to obtain a passport must be made on the day of the event. Payments for the passport book or card must be payable to U.S. Department of State. Payments for the processing fee must be payable to Washtenaw County Clerk. All payments MUST be a check or a money order. Counter checks are not allowed.

More information about the event and passport fees can be found on the RSVP form. RSVP: http://archive.ssw.umich.edu/forms/rsvp/?eventID=E3553

Financial support may be available for students applying for a passport who are requesting name or gender maker change. Please send a message to ssw.oga@umich.edu to request more information.

Please RSVP by April 5th!
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