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Fees

The schedule of Consular Fees may be found in Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, 22.1.

Adult Passports (16 and up)

First-Time Applicants

Passport book

$165

Passport book and card

$195

Renewal Applicants

Passport book

$130

Passport card

$30

Passport book and card

$160

NOTE: If your last passport was issued before you were 16 or more than 15 years ago, a $35 execution fee will be added to the above fees.

Other

Replacement for lost/stolen/damaged passport book

$165

Amendment/correction of passport book (within 1 year)

No fee

Emergency passport renewal (within 1 year)

No fee

Child Passports (under 16)

Passport book (First Time and Renewal)

$135

Passport book and card (First Time and Renewal)

$150

Replacement for lost/stolen/damaged passport book

$135

Amendment/correction of passport (within 1 year)

No fee

Emergency passport renewal (within 1 year)

No fee

Report of Birth, First Passport

Consular Report of Birth Abroad

$100

Passport book

$135

Total

$235

NOTE: If you apply for a passport card, $15 will be added to the above total fee.

Notarials

Each Seal

$50

Loss of Nationality

Per case

$2,350

 

Forms of Payment

For Passport Applications in Person


  • Cash (U.S. Dollars Bills or Japanese Yen)
    *U.S. coins are NOT acceptable.
  • U.S. Postal Service money order payable to:
    “U.S. Department of State, PSC 471 Box 1111 FPO, AP 96347”
  • Credit Cards (for payments at Tokyo, Fukuoka, Naha, Osaka, and Sapporo) VISA, Mastercard, Discover, JCB, Diners Club or American Express – Please also be prepared to pay with cash in case the credit card verification system is temporarily unavailable.
    NOTE: Credit card payments can only be processed in person, and the physical card must be presented.  Ensure you are the named card holder and that your credit card is signed before coming to your appointment.  All credit card transactions are processed in U.S. dollars.  The actual amount charged to your credit card will reflect your bank’s exchange rate and, possibly, a transaction fee.
  • NO PERSONAL CHECKS

For Passport Renewals by Mail

DO NOT SEND CASH THROUGH THE MAIL.