Passport Photo Program


The Osceola County Courthouse is now a one stop shop for passport photos and applications.

Kissimmee, Florida, March 28, 2022: Beginning March 30, 2022 citizens may have their approved passport photos taken when applying for a passport at the Osceola County Courthouse. Official photos for adults, children and babies are required with each passport application. The Osceola County Clerk of Court is able to take photos for all ages.

The service costs $12.00 and the photos will be taken according to federal guidelines. Citizens will save time, money, and the hassle of getting photos taken before their application appointment.

“I’m very passionate about providing this service to our community members. We listened to the feedback of passport applicants and implemented the changes necessary to improve the passport application experience for the citizens. The technological improvements & staff training we invested in allows us to wholistically and efficiently serve the public. Our staff is pleased to offer this new service and look forward to serving each community member with care.” – Honorable Kelvin Soto, Esq. Osceola County Clerk of the Court & Comptroller.


Passport applications and photo services are available Monday-Friday from 8:00am until 4:00pm, by appointment only. The last appointment is at 3:30pm. Citizens can make an appointment online at The Osceola County Courthouse is located at 2 Courthouse Square, Kissimmee, FL, 34741. Passport Photo Requirements per the U.S. Passport Photos (


  • Passport photos must be taken in clothing normally worn on a daily basis.
  • You must remove your face covering or mask, so your full face is visible, and the face covering does not block portions of your face.
  • Take off your eyeglasses for your photo.
  • Have a neutral facial expression or a natural smile, with both eyes open.
  • Face the camera directly with full face in view.
  • You cannot wear a uniform, clothing that looks like a uniform, or camouflage attire.
  • You cannot wear a hat or head covering.
  • If you wear a hat or head covering for religious or medical purposes, submit a signed statement that verifies that the hat or head covering in your photo is part of traditional religious attire worn continuously in public. Your full face must be visible and your hat or head covering cannot cast shadows or cover up part of your face.
  • You cannot wear headphones or wireless hands-free devices.
  • You can wear jewelry and keep on your facial piercings as long as they do not hide your face. Permanent tattoos are acceptable for passport purposes as well.

About the Osceola Clerk of the Circuit Court & County Comptroller

The role and duties of the Clerk of the Circuit Court & County Comptroller are established by the Florida Constitution. The office serves the public not only as the Clerk of the Circuit Court, but also the independent County Auditor, Recorder, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, and Comptroller, managing of all county funds. In this role, the Honorable Kelvin Soto, Esq. provides transparency and accountability to ensure the funds are lawfully spent and that Court and County records are available to the public.

Public Services of the Osceola County Clerk of Court

The Osceola County Courthouse serves the public by recording marriages, passports and county records as well as overseeing the processes for filing petitions for guardianship, mental health, probate, tax deeds, foreclosures, and evictions. Osceola County Courthouse is open 8am-5pm Monday-Friday excluding holidays.