Consular fees can be paid with any credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, or Diner’s Club). U.S. debit cards are also accepted if they carry the VISA symbol. Credit or debit cards must be in the name of the person present, i.e. applicant or parent/representative. Digital cards cannot be processed. You must bring your physical card.
Consular fees can also be paid cash in Euros. We do NOT accept U.S. dollars, checks, or PIN cards. Please bring exact change to the appointment.
Please keep your wallet with you when entering our waiting room.
|Passport and CRBA application fees, and Notary fees
All application fees are non-refundable
|U.S.$||Euro as of
October 18, 2021
|Adult Passport Renewal (DS-82 Form)
Second Passports (DS-82 Form)
|Minor (under age 16) Passport Renewal, (DS-11 Form), including replacing a lost, stolen or damaged passport||$115||€104|
|First Time Adult (replacing 5-year passport after age 16) or;
Replacing a lost, stolen or damaged passport or;
If your last passport was issued more than 15 years ago
(This is the regular passport fee $110, plus an execution fee $35) (DS-11 Form)
|Name Change in Person (DS-11 Form)||$145||€131|
|Passport Card (in combination with valid passport) adults (DS-82 Form)||$30||€27|
|Passport Card (in combination with valid passport) minors under 16 (DS-11 Form)||$15||€14|
|Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) (DS-2029 Form)||$100||€90|
|Consular Report of Birth Abroad + First Passport (DS-11 Form)||$215||€194|
|Notary Service (fee is charged for every time the notarizing officer must sign)||$50||€45|
|True Copy of passport||$50||€45|
|Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship||$2,350||€2.115|