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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

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

Step 1:

Step 2:

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

Step 3:

Please bring the following documents to your appointment:

  • The Checklist of Requirements, signed and dated
  • DS-11 and DS-64 forms
  • Printout of appointment confirmation
  • Two 2" x 2" photos
  • Police report (if passport was stolen)
  • 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.
  • Photocopy of missing passport (if available)
  • Fee: $135  for 16 years old and older; $105 for applicants  age 15 and below.  Payment may be in cash (U.S. dollars or Philippine peso equivalent) or credit card.

NOTE: Special requirements, such as the Department of State's Two-Parent Consent Policy, apply for applicants who are under 16 years old.  Please refer to the instructions on this website found under "Renew a Passport for a child under 16 years old",  specifically the information found on Steps 3 and 4.   

Step 4:

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.

Step 2:

Step 3:

Please bring the following documents with you to your appointment:

  • The Checklist of Requirements, signed and dated
  • 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

NOTE: Special requirements, such as the Department of State's Two-Parent Consent Policy, apply for applicants who are under 16 years old.  Please refer to the instructions on this website found under "Renew a Passport for a child under 16 years old",  specifically the information found on Steps 3 and 4.   

Step 4:

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.