TO REPLACE LOST OR STOLEN U.S. PASSPORTS
- Completed application form DS-11. https://pptform2.state.gov/?Submit2=Complete+Online+&+Print
& Completed application form DS-64. Download
- Two Professional Passport photographs, taken within the past
3 months. (Eye glasses must not be worn Effective November 1st 2016)
- Proof of U.S. Citizenship:
(one of the followings)
- a) An original or certified copy of your birth certificate,
with a raised seal from the State Office of Vital Statistics.
Hospital-issued birth certificates are not acceptable. You can
acquire a certified copy at http://vitalchek.com.
- b) naturalization certificate; certificate of citizenship;
- c) Consular report of birth abroad;
- d) Expired US Passport. NOTE:
If your appearance has changed significantly and/or passport
was issued under the age of 16, you must include in addition
to birth certificate or naturalization certificate.
- Proof of Identity, with photo: a) valid driver's license,
b) valid college identification card, c) current military or government
i.d. card, d) a Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship, e) a
previous U.S. passport, f) corporate or employer i.d. card.
- Include proof of departure date required (copy of itinerary or air
tickets showing applicant is departing the U.S., or letter from employer
stating immediate international travel is required).
- Letter of Authorization -- Click
Here to Download!
- Processing request form -- Click
Here to Download!
- Take the above requirements to your local acceptance agent for Passport
Applications (usually a post office or county clerk or court house).Visit
to locate a Passport Acceptance Agent near where you live. Pay the
clerk the U.S. government fee, including rush fees, and execution
fees. Be prepared to write two checks for the total amount, as the
clerk will retain $25.00 execution fee.
- $170.00 + $25.00 = $195.00 for adults,
- $140.00 + $25.00 = $165.00 for children under 16 years. Ask the
clerk to execute the passport application documents and place them
in a sealed envelope addressed to "U.S. Passport Agency".
(You must not open this envelope again before shipping it).
- Send Passport and Visa Online the sealed envelope from the Post
Office/Clerk of Court