Replacing a Lost/Stolen Passport

If your passport is lost or stolen, you are advised to report the loss/theft to the Police in the state in which it was lost/stolen and obtain a police report for presentation to the Consular Officer at time of application.

Adults (age 16 and older)

  • All applicants must apply in person.
  • Police report (with translation) or police report number
  • Present proof of U.S. Citizenship (if circumstances allow)
  • Present one valid proof of ID (if circumstances allow)
  • Provide one passport photo
  • Complete form DS-11
  • Complete form DS-64 (PDF – 67 KB)
  • We will inform you by phone call when your new passport arrives to arrange pick up at the Embassy. If you prefer you can also submit a self-addressed, USPS Priority Mail prepaid envelope and we will return the passport by mail.

See also : Passport Fees

Children under 16

  • All applicants (children) must appear in person accompanied by both parents.
  • Police report (with translation) or police report number
  • Present proof of U.S. Citizenship (if circumstances allow)
  • Provide one passport photo
  • Complete form DS-11
  • Complete form DS-64 (PDF – 67 KB)
  • Present proof of parent-child relationship (if circumstances allow)
  • Parents’ valid IDs
  • We will inform you by phone call when your new passport arrives to arrange pick up at the Embassy. If you prefer you can also submit a self-addressed, USPS Priority Mail prepaid envelope and we will return the passport by mail.
  • Submit Notarized DS-3053 (PDF – 157 KB) if either parent cannot be present.

See also : Passport Fees

Passports for Children:

As of February 1, 2008, the two-parent consent requirement for all minors’ passport services was extended to include all children under age 16. Both parents are required to be present to provide signatures at the time of application. See: Parental Conset for Minors