Published On: Fri, Nov 8th, 2013

Announcement: Consulate General of the United States of America

U.S. Consulate CuracaoThe Consul of the United States for the Dutch Caribbean will be in ARUBA for American Citizen Services on:

Wednesday November 13th, 2013 from 9:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 16:00.

At the Department of Foreign Affairs Aruba at Wayaca 33-E (NEW ADDRESS)

An appointment is necessary. Please send us an email at acscuracao@state.gov or contact us at 5999-4613066 x. 2225

The Consul will only be able to provide the following services:

* Accepting applications for a U.S. passport

* Accepting applications for a Report of Birth Abroad to a U.S. citizen.

*Notarizing documents

*Social Security Applications

**PLEASE READ CARFULLY AND VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://CURACAO.USCONSULATE.GOV TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ALL NECESSARY DOCUMENTS DEPENDING ON YOUR CASE TO AVOID DELAYS**

 

ACS Services

Form

New fees

Minor passport (under 16 yrs)

DS-11

$105

Age 16 and 17

DS-11

$135

Adult passport

DS-11

$135

Adult passport

DS-82

$110

Report of birth abroad

DS- 2029

$100

Passport card adult

DS-82

$30

Passport card minor

DS-11

$15

Additional passport pages

DS-4085

$82

Notary services

$50

Each additional Notary signature

$50

Only cashier's checks in U.S. dollars and negotiable in the U.S. will be accepted. All cashier's checks should be made out to "U.S. Disbursing Officer". NO CASH OR PERSONAL CHECKS can be accepted.

*Applicants applying for a regular passport renewal can use the form DS-82. Please go to our website for instructions.

* All applicants using passport form DS-11 must appear in person.

* Passport applicants under 16 years of age must use the DS-11 passport form, and must appear in person with both parents.

* Bring both originals and copies of the parents' passports and the child's birth certificate.

* If one parent cannot appear in person, a notarized statement of consent of renewal of the minor's passport (DS-2053) by the parent not appearing is required.

* Please make and bring photocopies of all original documents, including passports for each application.

Applicants are required to EITHER submit a pre-paid airway bill or account number from a courier service for the delivery OR to authorize someone to pick up the item on behalf of the holder/owner.  To authorize an individual other than the holder/owner of the item to pick it up, the individual must present the receipt for the service OR a letter signed by the holder/owner specifying the name of the individual retrieving the item.  We thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Please check our webpage at http://curacao.usconsulate.gov or www.travel.state.gov for fees, to download application forms or for any other detailed information on passport applications and consular reports of birth abroad.

You may also contact us by e-mail: ACSCuracao@state.gov for more information.

Please make sure you have all the documents required for the type of service you are applying for to avoid delays!  Please complete the necessary forms prior to arriving but do not sign the form until in the presence of the Vice Consul!

The Consul will not take applications, offer advice or otherwise advise about visas. To make an appointment for a non-immigrant visa at the U.S. Consulate General in Curacao, please call: 001-602-567-9833 or go to this website https://www.usvisa-info.com/en/selfservice.

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