Stolen/Lost Passports

If your U.S. passport is lost or stolen, you should report the theft to local police (list of police stations in Serbia) and notify the Embassy.  If you have travel plans in the next 10 days, please call the Embassy at +381-11-706-4000 to make an appointment to apply for a new passport.  If you do not have immediate travel plans, please make an appointment online to replace your passport.  Please bring a copy of the police report with you when you visit the Embassy, as well as the documents, forms, and fees listed below.

Adults

  • Proof of citizenship (e.g. birth certificate, consular report of birth abroad, naturalization certificate or certificate of citizenship);
  • Proof of identity (e.g. drivers’ license, state or other photo ID card);
  • Completed application form DS-11 (PDF 101KB);
  • One photograph, taken within the last six months, 2″x 2″ with dimensions as shown on the application form;
  • $145, payable in U.S. dollars, Serbian dinars, or with major credit cards.
  • Completed form DS-64 (PDF 51 KB);
  • You should report the theft of a U.S. passport to local police. Please bring a copy of the police report with you when you visit the Embassy (→ list of police stations in Serbia PDF 482 KB).

Minors (age 16-17)

  • Proof of Citizenship (e.g. U.S. birth certificate, consular report of birth abroad, naturalization certificate or certificate of citizenship)
  • Proof of Identity (e.g. Drivers’ license, State or other photo ID card, Photocopy of passport)
  • Completed Application Form DS-11 (PDF 101 KB);
  • One photograph, taken within the last six months, 2″x2″ with dimensions as shown on the Application Form;
  • $145, payable in U.S. dollars, Serbian dinars, or with major credit cards.
  • The minor and one parent must appear in person.
  • Evidence of parental relationship (birth certificate or adoption decree.  Foreign documents must include a certified translation if not written in English, unless on an international form)
  • Applying parent’s photo identification (e.g. passport, driver’s license, licna karta)
  • Completed form DS-64 (PDF 51 KB).
  • You should report the theft of a U.S. passport to local police. Please bring a copy of the police report with you when you visit the Embassy (→list of police stations in Serbia PDF 482 KB).

Minors (under age 16)

  • Proof of U.S. citizenship (e.g. U.S. birth certificate, consular report of birth abroad, naturalization certificate);
  • Proof of Identity (e.g. driver’s license, licna karta);
  • Completed application form DS-11 (PDF 101 KB);
  • Evidence of parental relationship (birth certificate or adoption decree.  Foreign documents must include a certified translation if not written in English, unless they are on the international form);
  • One photograph, taken within the last six months, 2″x 2″ with dimensions as shown on the application form;
  • $115, payable in U.S. dollars, Serbian dinars, or with major credit cards.
  • The minor and both parents must appear in person. If one parent cannot appear, the non-applying parent must submit a notarized DS-3053 (PDF 51.5 KB) consent form. If a written consent of the non-applying parent cannot be obtained, DS-5525 (PDF 47.3 KB) “Statement of Exigent/Special Family Circumstances”, must be submitted.
  • Applying parent’s photo identification (e.g. passport, driver’s license, licna karta)
  • Completed form DS-64 (PDF 51 KB).
  • You should report the theft of a U.S. passport to local police. Please bring a copy of the police report with you when you visit the Embassy (→list of police stations in Serbia PDF 482 KB).