Based on the information provided, you need to complete a DS-11. Please see the Local Information section to determine if you are required to submit an online form or a handwritten form.
Step One: Complete the form, linked above.
Step Two: Print it out, but do not sign it.
Step Three: If you have a damaged passport, prepare a signed statement explaining the damaged or mutilated condition of your passport book and/or card.
Step Four: Provide Evidence of U.S. Citizenship (Original or Certified copies):
You must submit one of the following. Your evidence must be an original or certified copy. Photocopies and notarized copies are not acceptable.
If you cannot submit one of the above acceptable documents, or for more information, please see Citizenship Evidence.
Step Five: Bring a photocopy (front and back) of the Citizenship Evidence document (to leave at the Mission).
Step Six: Present ID.
You must present one of the following identification documents (IDs) to the acceptance agent. The ID must readily identify you.
If you cannot present one of the IDs above, or for more information, please see Identification.
Step Seven: Submit a photocopy of the front and back of each ID that you present when you apply.
Step Eight: Attach one photo to your application. To avoid processing delays, be sure your photo meets all the photo requirements.
Please note: Photo requirements for a U.S. passport may differ from passport photo requirements of other countries.
Step Nine: View local information below to determine fees and payment process. – the fees for this passport-type are (these fees are paid separately)
Step Ten: Make an appointment
Be sure to view local information below to determine fees and payment process and additional requirements.
|Product||Application Fee||Execution (Acceptance) Fee|
|Passport Book & Card||$160||$35|
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