The U.S. Consulate in Surabaya provides services to American citizens needing a new passport or passport card, or visa pages added to an existing passport. For all services, please remember to make an appointment.
U.S. passport renewals for adults, the following are required:
- Your most recent U.S. Passport, issued since your 16th birthday and within the last 15 years;
- Passport application form DS-82 (the blue form, available at the Consular Section or online by clicking here);
- One recent photo, 2x2 inches (5x5 centimeters), taken against a white background.
- Your Social Security number, if issued; and
- A fee of US$110 (only payable in Indonesian Rupiah or credit card).
First U.S. passport for U.S. citizens over age 16, the following are required:
- Proof of U.S. citizenship (e.g. an original or certified copy of a U.S. birth certificate, or a U.S. naturalization certificate, or a U.S. certificate of citizenship, or Consular Report of birth abroad);
- Proof of identity (e.g. valid photo identification issued by a State or the U.S. Government);
- Passport application form DS-11 (available at the Consular Section or online by clicking here);
- One recent photo, 2x2 inches (5 x 5 cm), taken on a white background;
- Your Social Security number, if issued;
- Fee of US$135 (US$105 for children under 16), only payable in Indonesian rupiah or credit card.
U.S. passport for a minor (under the age of 16):
- Passport application form DS-11 (available at the Consular Section or by clicking here);
- Birth certificate with parent's names;
- Children under the age of sixteen should appear in person with both parents. If only one parent executes the application, that parent must establish sole authority to execute the application or the other parent's notarized written consent to the application. A parent who will be absent must fill out in advance form DS-3053 (available at the Consular Section or online by clicking here);
• Fee of US$105 (only payable in Indonesian Rupiah or credit card).
Note Regarding Extra Passport Pages: Effective January 1, 2016, the Department eliminated the consular service of supplemental Visa Page Inserts (VPIs) for passports. To mitigate the impact of this change, applicants at overseas posts will begin to routinely receive 52-page passports
Consular fees for American citizen services such as passports, reports of birth, and notary services may be paid either in Indonesian rupiah or by credit card. The Consulate accepts Visa, MasterCard, and American Express credit cards. Credit Card payments must be tendered in person. All credit card transactions are processed in U.S. dollars.