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Damaged and Mutilated Passports
May 18, 2022

Save time.  Complete and print your passport application form before coming to the Embassy.

Steps for Replacing a Damaged or Mutilated Passport

Step 1: Schedule an Appointment
Appointments are required for all passport services.  To make and cancel an appointment, please visit Make an Appointment.  Please schedule a different appointment for each person replacing their passport.

Step 2: Complete Passport Application Form DS-11  using our Passport Application System
Do not sign Form DS-11 until requested to do so by the Consular Officer.

Step 3: Complete an Affidavit

The affidavit should explain, under penalty of perjury, the circumstances under which the damage to your passport occurred.  A affidavit form may be completed in advance, but do not sign the affidavit as you will be asked to take an oath and sign in the presence of the Consular Officer.

Step 4: Submit Forms and the Following Additional Documents in Person:

  1. The Damaged Passport (and one photo copy):
  2. One (1) color 2”by 2” Passport Photo
  • Taken within the last 6 months to reflect your current appearance
  • Taken in front of a plain white or off-white background
  • Taken in full-face view directly facing the camera
  • Taken in normal civilian attire without a hat or glasses
  • Taken with a neutral facial expression and both eyes open

Step 5: 
Pay Applicable Passport Fees

  • US$165: Applicants age 16 and older
  • US$135: Applicants below age 16

We accept most major international credit cards (charges billed in U.S. Dollars), U.S. Dollars, and the U.S. Dollar equivalent in Malaysian Ringgit. Personal checks and debit cards are NOT accepted.