- Required Documents
- Request an Appointment
- Final Appointment and Fee
Effective October 9, 2020, we have resumed processing a limited number of CLN appointments. Appointments are offered on a first-come, first-served basis making every effort to assist those with the longest pending requests as soon as possible. Unfortunately there is still a significant backlog of pending CLN cases and there may be a long wait time for new applications.
Applicants must demonstrate that they are not subject to duress or undue influence. Potential renunciants are therefore expected to submit their own documents and not have them submitted by someone else on their behalf, e.g. parents. For this same reason we cannot schedule appointments for family members on the same day. Additionally, the Privacy Act applies and the Consulate General cannot communicate with anyone other than the applicant directly.
When you have all the required documents, and you are ready to request an appointment, you should send scanned copies of them in 1 (one) PDF File to:
AmsterdamCLN@State.gov (Subject: CLN – LAST NAME, First name).
You will receive a reply with an assigned appointment date and time. Note that this may be several months after you have sent us your request and documentation.
Appointments are scheduled approximately 1-4 weeks in advance, on a first come, first served basis. At the time of your appointment a consular officer will interview you. After the interview your application will be forwarded to the Department of State for review. This process may take several months to complete. If you have planned travel to the U.S. please wait to schedule your appointment until you return from your trip. Please request an appointment only once you are ready to proceed.
Please note: There is no walk-in service for Loss of Nationality Services.
These services are by appointment only and CANNOT be scheduled through the Online Appointment System.