Report your passport lost or stolen immediately to protect yourself from identity theft. Once you report a passport lost or stolen, it is invalid and cannot be used for international travel.
To replace a lost or stolen passport, you must submit Form DS-11 in person.
How to Replace Lost or Stolen Passports
There is no walk-in service for U.S. citizens who require a service related to passports, citizenship, or birth registration. To ensure quality service and brief wait times, please schedule a separate appointment for each person requiring a service. Standard appointments are available at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesdays, except on U.S. or Bruneian holidays.
Please click here to schedule an appointment.
The following list identifies a number of documents/items you should take with you even if you are unable to present all of the documents. Please provide:
- Form DS-11: Application for a U.S. Passport (may be completed at time of application)
- Form DS-64: Statement Regarding Lost or Stolen Passport (may be completed at time of application)
- A photo that meet passport photo requirements. Review the Photo Examples to see examples of acceptable and unacceptable photos. More information on photo requirements at travel.state.gov.
- Identification (driver’s license, expired passport etc.)
- Evidence of U.S. citizenship (birth certificate, photocopy of your missing passport)
- Police report, if available
- Passport application fee: adult applicants (age 16 and older) US$135; minor applicants (age 15 and younger) US$105
This Embassy accepts major credit cards for all U.S. citizen services. We also accept currency from Brunei, Singapore, or the United States. In response to a local bank policy, we cannot accept USD older than the year 2000, or bills that are ripped or damaged.