Passports & CRBAs
First Time Application
For minor children applying for a U.S. passport for the first time (in connection with applying for a Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA)), please read the instructions for both the passport and CRBA processes to see what documents and evidence are required before making an appointment.
For adults applying for a U.S. passport for the first time (in connection with a claim to citizenship), please contact our American Citizen Services Unit at (53)(7)839-4100 for a consular assistant to explain what documentation to bring with to the interview.
To renew a U.S. passport, please bring a completed form DS-82, one passport sized photo, the appropriate fee (see below), and the previously issued/expired U.S. passport to the scheduled interview.
Lost and Stolen Passport Replacements
Passport and Citizenship Services
|Type of Service||Fee|
|PPT Execution Fee||25.00 cuc/usd|
|PPT Application||Adults: 70.00 cuc/usd
Minors: 40.00 cuc/usd
|PPT Surcharge||40.00 cuc/usd|
|PPT Card||Adults: 30.00 cuc/usd
Minors: 30.00 cuc/usd
|Additional PPT pages||82.00 cuc/usd|
|Consular Report of Birth||100.00 cuc/usd|
|Citizenship Renunciation||450.00 cuc/usd|
|Notarial and Authentication||50.00 cuc/usd|
Effective February 1, 2008, passport applicants who are U.S. citizen minors under the age of 16 must appear personally with their parents to establish identity, proof of citizenship and proof of relationship. For parental application permission, both parents must appear together and sign, or one parent may appear to sign and submit the other parent’s notarized statement, or one parent may appear, sign, and submit primary evidence of sole authority. Minors age 16 and 17 may apply in person with their own identification, but for security reasons, parental consent may be required. If your child does not have identification of their own, a parent will be required to accompany the child and present identification.
Please refer to the Department of State’s Travel website for complete information on all new requirements, including downloadable revised forms that must be used as of February 1, and the U.S. Interests Section website for complete U.S. passport application instructions.