Certain applicants must appear at the Embassy in person to apply for a passport. The passport application must be signed in the presence of a Consular Officer.
Please note that you must have an appointment for this service. Follow steps 1-7 below and click on the link at the bottom of this page taking you to our online calendar where you can choose a date and time slot of your choice.
You must Apply In Person If:
Before you start, please note:
Eligible for a Mail-In Application but want to Submit the Application In Person
If you are eligible for a mail-in application DS-82 but want to submit the application in person, please follow the step-by-step instructions for Passport Renewal by Mail. At the bottom of the page you’ll find instructions on how to schedule an appointment to submit the application in person.
Additional Requirements and Information for Minors under 16
Please be sure to comply with the very important additional requirements when renewing passports for children under age 16, which requires both parents/legal guardians to consent to the issuance of the passport. For applicants under age 16, parent(s)/Guardian(s) must submitevidence of their relationship to the minor applicant. Parents/legal guardians must also present IDs (passport, driver’s license, ID card, etc.), and submit photocopies of the IDs at the appointment.
Additional Requirements and Information for All Minors Age 16 & 17
Minors ages 16-17 with their own identification can apply for a passport by themselves. However, it is recommended that at least one parent appear in person with the minor to identify him/her and to show parental awareness.
NOTE: Although the two-parent consent requirement does not apply to minors aged 16 or 17, per Department regulations a passport generally will not be issued to a minor if a parent or legal guardian who has custodial rights over a minor has notified the Department in writing that he or she objects to issuance of the passport.
Examples of Parental Awareness
- Having a parent accompany the minor when applying, or
- A signed statement consenting to issuance of a passport from at least one parent (should be accompanied by a photocopy of that parent’s ID).
First Time Applicant born Abroad to U.S. Citizen parents
If are 18 years old or older and have not been registered as a U.S. Citizen and are applying for your first U.S. passport, please see our website for First Time Applicants under Citizenship Services.
Lost & Stolen Passports
If your most previous U.S. passport was lost or stolen, please click here.
How to Submit a U.S. Passport Application in Person:
Please follow steps 1-7 below for information on how to submit an application in person at the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm and if you are not eligible for sending your application by mail.
STEP 1: Passport Application
Please use Form DS 11 (PDF 89 KB). You can either print the form and complete it by hand, or you can complete the form online and print it. Please disregard the instructions printed on pages 1-2 since that information pertains to passport renewal when residing in the U.S.
The DS 11 form must be printed on individual pages; double-sided applications are not accepted.
Please note that according to U.S. law (26 USC 6039E) applicants for U.S. passports must provide a correct Social Security Number on the passport application. Failure to provide a Social Security Number if you have been issued one can result in a $500 fine enforced by the IRS. If you have never been issued a Social Security Number, write zeros in the boxes. The U.S. Embassy in Stockholm does not have access to Social Security Administration records.
STEP 2: Submit Evidence of U.S. Citizenship
When applying for a U.S. passport in person, evidence of U.S. citizenship must be submitted with Form DS-11. All documentation submitted as citizenship evidence will be returned to you. These documents will be delivered with your newly issued U.S. passport.
If you are renewing your U.S. passport you must submit your previously issued, undamaged U.S. Passport. If you are applying for a passport for the first time, you may submit one of the following:
STEP 3: Present Identification
When applying for a U.S. passport in person, acceptable identification must be presented at the time of application such as a previous U.S. passport (valid or issued with in the last 15 years), valid Driver’s License or your Foreign Passport.
STEP 4: Photographs
STEP 5: Fee
The fee for in person renewal of an adult passport is $145.00, and $115.00 for children under the age of 16. Personal checks and postal money orders (“postanvisning”) are NOT accepted. You may pay with a credit card.
STEP 6: Postage
We cannot accept stamps or any other form of shipment. Failure to submit a shipment label according to the following instructions will only result in delays.
Prepare a shipment label ordered through the link below (Skicka Direkt):
Choose REK (registered mail) postage and the weight of 50g-2kg:
Use the following From/Från address:
US Embassy, Attn: ACS
Dag Hammarskjölds Väg 31
SE-115 89 Stockholm
The recipient (Till) is the person to which you would like your passport to be delivered (that is the name of the passport holder for an adult and the name of a parent for a minor).
Be advised that the addressee must present a valid Swedish ID to retrieve registered mail from the designated local delivery location.
Passport cards: An application for a passport book will take approximately three weeks to process and for a passport card, six to eight weeks. If you would like to receive your passport book before the passport card, please provide two return envelopes with your application. Otherwise we will keep your passport book until we receive the passport card.
STEP 7: Set up an Appointment
The link below will take you to our online calendar where you can choose a date and time slot of your choice. Please note that we will not be able to accept an application if you are missing any of the required documents pertaining to your case.
Please make separate appointments for each service provided. If you have two passport applications please schedule separate appointments for application.