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At the counter we can accept cash U.S. dollars, or the equivalent in euro, and credit card payments (Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express and Diner's Club).
When paying in cash, please try to bring exact change.

It is NOT possible to pay for your U.S. citizen service fee by U.S. check or by PIN.

How to pay for a mail-in service
When paying for a MAIL-IN SERVICE, please authorize us to deduct the appropriate amount in U.S. dollars from your credit card, using our credit card payment form (PDF 133 KB). Do NOT send cash, do NOT send checks of any kind!

Passport Application Fees

U.S. $


Adult Passport Renewal (incl. mail-in-passport)/
Second Passport
Note that all passports issued overseas will have 52 pages.



Minor Passports (under Age 16)



First time adult (age 16 and over), replacing a lost or stolen passport, replacing a damaged passport or if your last passport was issued more than 15 years ago (This is the regular passport fee, plus an execution fee!)



Name change by personal appearance (DS-11 form)



Passport Card

First time adult applicant



Minor applicant under age 16 



Adult, in possession of full validity passport



Consular Report of Birth Abroad
(+ minor passport = $205 or 185 euro total)



Notary Services

First services (seal)



Each additional seal provided for the same transaction



Certification of a True Copy



Each additional copy provided for the same transaction



Affidavit of Civil Status



Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship



200 and 500 euro notes

Consular cashiers are NOT authorized to accept euro banknotes of more than 100 euro.  200 and 500 euro notes CANNOT be accepted.  If you need to pay a larger fee, e.g. for a renunciation or a reciprocity fee, you are strongly advised to bring a credit card.

Rate of Exchange

  • The Consulate General's rate of exchange is determined by the Department of State for all euro countries. As of April 18, 2016, $1 = €0.90.