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Replace a Lost, Stolen, or Damaged Passport or a Passport that Expired over 5 Years Ago


For Filipino Translation of this page, click here.

The procedures below apply in non-emergency situations.  If your passport was lost or stolen and you have an emergency need to travel in the next 2-3 weeks, please click here for more information about emergency passports.

Replace a Lost or Stolen Passport

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Schedule an appointment.  Use a valid email address and print your confirmation.

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Follow all the instructions on the checklist and bring all documents with you to your appointment. Once payment has been made and application has been approved, passport will be processed and delivered within 2-3 weeks. 

Replace a Damaged Passport

Print the Checklist of Requirements by clicking here and follow the instructions below:

Step 1:

Please note that some instructions are only applicable in the United States.

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Step 3:

Read and print the Passport Checklist.  Follow all the instructions on the checklist and bring all documents with you to your appointment.

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Once payment has been made and application has been approved, passport will be processed and delivered within 2-3 weeks.

Replace a Passport That Expired More Than 5 Years Ago or Issued More Than 15 Years Ago

Step 1:

  • Fill out electronically and print the DS-11 Application for a U.S. Passport (wizard format).  If you experience trouble with the DS-11 Form Wizard, click here for the Form DS-11 (PDF Format).  To view PDF files, you need a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat. Get a free download from the Adobe website.
  • Please check that you have read the Privacy and Computer Fraud and Abuse Acts Notices and Disclaims and click submit.
  • Click Apply Online to access the DS-11 form.

Please note that some instructions are only applicable in the United States.

Step 2:

Step 3:

Please bring original of the following documents with you to your appointment:

  • Damaged passport
  • Valid photo ID (e.g. valid passport or two other government-issued photo ID, such as driver license, State ID card,  SSS, BIR, voter’s ID, etc).  Postal ID is not acceptable.
  • Printout of appointment confirmation
  • DS-11 form
  • Two pieces 2" x 2" photos
  • $135 for applicants age 16 and older; $105 for applicants age 15 and below; in cash (U.S. dollars or Philippine peso equivalent) or credit card

Step 4:

Once payment has been made and application has been approved, passport will be processed and delivered within 2-3 weeks.