DS-11 AND DS-64
Replacing a Lost/Stolen/Damaged Passport
American citizens whose passports have been lost or stolen should first report this to the local police. Yemeni police generally require that the loss of the passport be advertised in a local Arabic-language newspaper before they will issue a police report. The Embassy strongly encourages American citizens to report lost or stolen passports as soon as possible. Once a passport is reported lost or stolen to the Embassy, it can no longer be used for travel, even if it is subsequently found or returned.
Completing the application
Please type or print legibly when completing all sections of the application.
The following must be presented in person at the consular section at the US Embassy in Sanaa:
- Completed (but not signed) passport application (Form DS-11 (PDF_1MB)).
- For lost or stolen passports: Completed and signed Statement Regarding Lost or Stolen Passport (Form DS-64 (PDF_67.4KB)) , including a copy of the police report; For damaged passports: Signed written statement explaining how and when your passport was damaged;
- Evidence of US citizenship;
- Evidence of identity;
- Two (2) US sized passport photographs.
- Applicants under age 16: US regulations require the consent of both parents/legal guardians for the issuance of a US passport to a minor child. Applicants must submit their birth certificate (US, foreign or Consular Report of Birth Abroad) or court issued custody order, and parents must present current photographic identification. If only one parent or legal guardian submits the application for a minor child, the absent parent or guardian is required to complete a notarized Form DS-3053 (PDF_157KB) to give their consent to the issuance of the passport. The minor child applying for a replacement US passport must be present at the appointment at the US Embassy;
- Applicable fee.
- Click on the link below to make an appointment to submit your application at the US Embassy in Sanaa.
*SPECIAL NOTICE: You are required to bring photocopies of all documents submitted (excluding the application forms); if you do not bring photocopies, you may be charged a photocopying fee of USD$1 per page according to the consular fee schedule*