Lost or Stolen Passport

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If your U.S. passport is lost or stolen, you are advised to report the loss/theft to the local Pakistani police in the area in which it occurred.  In order to replace the passport, it will be necessary for you to appear personally at the U.S. Embassy/Consulate.  Barring an emergency need for travel, you should set up an appointment via our webpage to apply for a new U.S. passport. Click here if you have an emergency need for travel.

You must submit the following during your appointment:

  • A Police report from wherever the U.S. passport was lost or stolen stating the circumstances (while a police report is not mandatory, it is recommended);
  • A completed Affidavit of Loss or Theft (Form DS-64).
  • Evidence of U.S. Citizenship – Such evidence may include but is not limited to: U.S. birth or naturalization certificate, Report of Birth Abroad or an expired U.S. passport.
  • Valid, government issued photo I.D.(such as a U.S. or foreign passport, drivers license or military I.D)
  • Two U.S. passport sized (2×2 inch) photographs.  See photograph requirements for information on the correct size.  Photographs which do not meet the requirements will be rejected.
  • For applicants under 16, a birth certificate must also be presented and both parents must attend the appointment with the child. If only one parent can appear, please follow these instructions.  Attending parents must bring government issued photo I.D.
  • DS-11 passport form (PDF 100 KB). Complete the form online and print.  Do not sign it.  You are required to sign the form before a consular officer.  
  • Fees: Fee is payable in cash or by credit card.  The non-refundable application fee for a U.S. passport is $105.00 (for under 16s) or $135.00 (for over 16s).   You will pay the fee in person to the Cashier at the time you appear at the U.S. Embassy/Consulate.

Damaged U.S. Passports

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Regardless of remaining validity, U.S. passports that are damaged or in poor condition should be replaced. In addition to the standard documentation and fees, you must also bring a sworn affidavit explaining how and when your passport was damaged.

You will need to bring the following to your appointment:

  • Your damaged U.S. passport;
  • Evidence of U.S. Citizenship.  Such evidence may include but is not limited to: U.S. birth or naturalization certificate, Report of Birth Abroad or an expired, undamaged U.S. passport;
  • Valid, government issued photo I.D. (such as foreign passport, driving license or military I.D);
  • For applicants under 16, a birth certificate must also be presented and both parents must attend the appointment with the child. If only one parent can appear, please follow these instructions.  Attending parents must bring valid, government issued photo I.D.;
  • The non-refundable application fee for a first passport is $115.00 (for under 16s) or $145.00 (for over 16s).  You will pay the fee in person to the Cashier at the time you appear at the U.S. Embassy/Consulate.
  • Form DS-11.  Complete the form online and print.  Do not sign it.  You are required to sign the form before a consular officer.  
  • Two U.S. passport sized (2×2 inch) photographs. See photograph requirements for information on the correct size. Photographs which do not meet the requirements will be rejected.

Two U.S. passport sized (2×2 inch) photographs.  See photograph requirements for information on the correct size.  Photographs which do not meet the requirements will be rejected.