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How do I use the DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport Form?

Introduction

If you have lost or had your passport stolen, report it to the National Passport Processing Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. You can send them your DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport form by fax, email, and/or mail. After submitting this form, you will receive a temporary travel document to continue traveling while waiting for your new passport.

What is the DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport form?

The DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport form is a form that can be used to report the loss or theft of your passport. You should fill out all sections of this form, including your contact information, where and when you lost your access, what happened when it was lost (if known), and any other relevant details about the incident.

You must send this completed form along with supporting documents such as photocopies of your valid identity document(s) (e.g., driver’s license) to:

US Department of State

Bureau of Consular Affairs – Passport Services

Washington DC 20520-0500

How do I fill out the DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport Form?

Fill out the form completely, checking the box that says “I believe my passport has been stolen”.

Sign and date the form in blue ink at the bottom.

Attach a copy of your passport application form or photo ID (either can be used).

Mail it back to one of these addresses:

  • U.S.: Department of State, Passport Services–Lost & Stolen Passports, Post Office Box 90155 Room 1120 Washington DC 20090-1150 USA

Where can I submit my DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport Form?

You can submit the DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport Form to the National Passport Processing Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. You can also submit it to the embassy or consulate of your destination country if you are traveling there.

Use this form to report your lost or stolen passport and get a replacement immediately.

Use this form to report your lost or stolen passport and get a replacement as soon as possible.

To use the DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport Form, you must:

  • Complete all sections of the form. Ensure all information is correct, including your full name (last name first), date of birth, passport number, and place of issue.
  • Attach two recent photographs taken within six months of application (size 2″x2″). One must be signed across the face by an official who can certify that it is a true likeness; both should be without head covering unless wearing religious garb appropriate to faith/culture; no sunglasses are allowed in either photo; no hats except for religious reasons may be worn in either photo; one photo must show front view only (no profile); both must have light background behind applicant’s head with no shadows cast onto face

The DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport Form reports a lost or stolen passport.

The DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport Form reports a lost or stolen passport.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • If your passport has been lost, stolen or destroyed, you must use this form to apply for a replacement. You can also use it if your name has changed and needs updating on the travel document.
  • Fill out all sections of the DS-64 with black ink only!
  • Send the completed DS-64 form along with proof of identity and citizenship (either original birth certificate or naturalization certificate) in one envelope via certified mail (return receipt requested) postmarked no later than 60 days after reporting your loss/theft/destruction; do not send cash — checks are accepted but make sure they include an accurate routing number so we can easily track down where it came from if something goes wrong later on down the line; return envelopes must contain enough postage so we don’t have to pay extra fees when processing applications sent through us here at State Department headquarters in Washington DC

If you have had your passport stolen, you must complete a DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport form and send it to the National Passport Processing Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

If you have had your passport stolen, you must complete a DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport form and send it to the National Passport Processing Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The DS-64 form is available on the US Department of State website. This form must be signed by the person who lost their passport (or by an authorized representative).

You cannot enter the U.S. while waiting for a new passport.

You cannot enter the U.S. while waiting for a new passport. If you are already in the U.S., you must leave before your passport expires or apply for a visa before its expiration date, which is printed on page 3 of every passport book.

If you are not currently in the United States and have not applied for an extension of stay, then you must apply for one as soon as possible so that we can ensure there is enough time for us to process both requests together without affecting either case negatively (i.e., missing any deadlines).

If an emergency situation requires you to travel, get in touch with the nearest embassy or consulate of your destination country as soon as possible and explain your situation.

If an emergency situation requires you to travel, get in touch with the nearest embassy or consulate of your destination country as soon as possible and explain your situation. The embassy will determine whether any options will allow you to travel without a passport.

If they issue a letter stating that they have no record of your passport being lost or stolen, this can be used by airlines and border officials when entering into another country.

The person who found your lost or stolen passport should deliver it to their local police station and fill out an official report of having found it.

The person who found your lost or stolen passport should deliver it to their local police station and fill out an official report of having found it. The police will then forward the passport to the National Passport Processing Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

If you lose your passport, follow the steps on this site so that you can get a replacement in a timely manner

If you lose your passport, follow the steps on this site so that you can get a replacement in a timely manner.

You will need to fill out the DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport form and send it to the National Passport Processing Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Conclusion

To replace your lost or stolen passport, fill out a DS-64 Lost or Stolen Passport form and submit it to the National Passport Processing Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. You can also find more information about how to apply for a replacement passport on this site.

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