Note: An appointment is needed for this service
Damaged Passport: A passport where the physical appearance or composition has been changed through ordinary wear or tear, carelessness, or by accidental happenstance (e.g., having been washed, torn, burned in a fire by the applicant or a third party, or mauled by an animal). Such unintentional changes may be, although not always, enough to affect the validity and usage of the passport for travel.
Mutilated Passport: A passport that is intentionally and materially changed in physical appearance or composition by the bearer.
Complete a Passport Application
- Form DS-11 (PDF 101KB)
- If minor, both parents( or the child’s legal guardian(s)), as well as the child must be present.
- Present Original Birth Certificate or Consular Report of Birth Abroad
- Previous Passport
- Provide valid Government-Issued ID for Both Parents
- Provide one (1) passport photo of minor (Note: Photo size 2″x2″ in with a white background, and free of shadows.)
- Provide the Social Security Number of minor
- Growth Progression Photos. This are submitted to establish the development of minor children; these photos should range from the age in which their previous passport was issued to their current age.
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- Fees: non-refundable
- Form DS-11 for minor applicants 115 U.S. Dollars and for adult applicants 145.00 U.S. Dollar
- At the Embassy in Tegucigalpa: Fees may be paid in U.S. dollars or the equivalent in Lempiras. International credit cards are accepted. Personal checks are not accepted.
- At the Consular Agency in San Pedro Sula: Fees may only be paid in Lempiras. Exact change is required. International credit cards are accepted. Personal checks are not accepted.
- You must pay all fees directly at the Embassy or the Consular Agency. Do not make payments at a bank or any other establishment.
- Turnaround Time:
- When applying in Tegucigalpa – Approximately 13 working days.
- When applying in San Pedro Sula – Approximately 5 weeks.