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Passport Services
Apply for or renew a U.S. Passport

Important Information Regarding Appointments

If you find that there are no dates available when trying to book an appointment online, and you require an emergency appointment because you have imminent travel, please send an email to luxembourgconsular@state.gov with your confirmed travel itinerary.

MILITARY (Active Duty and Civilian Department of Defense-affiliated personnel): The U.S. Embassy in Luxembourg is not authorized to accept applications for passports from Department of Defense-affiliated personnel (military personnel and their family members/U.S. civilian employees and their family members/Card holders with Full-Benefits (MWR, Commissary, Unlimited Exchange, etc.)). These individuals must apply for passports through their local Passport Agents on their military post/base, per USAFE Instruction 36-3101, USAREUR Regulation 600-290 and DoD Regulation 1000.21-R.


If you require a new passport, a renewal passport, or just aren’t sure, our simple Passport Wizard will assist you in determining your eligibility and gathering the documentation needed to apply.

There is no walk-in service for United States citizens who require a service related to passports, citizenship, or birth registration. These services are by appointment only.

Passport services are not available on weekends, or on Luxembourg or U.S. Holidays.

The processing time for routine passport renewals is 3-4 weeks. If you are traveling within the next 2 weeks, please see Emergency Passports for further information.

Do You Know What Type of Forms You Need?

If you already know which forms to complete, you can:

  1. read our important passport information which provides guidance for applying locally,
  2. directly to our forms page at eforms.state.gov and enter “Passports” in the search field,
  3. visit our appointment website to schedule an appointment at one of our locations, or
  4. get specific passport guidance info on Travel.State.gov.

Returning to the United States on an Expired U.S. Passport

If you are an American citizen overseas and your passport expired on or after January 1, 2020, you may be able to use your expired passport to return directly to the United States until June 30, 2022. See this page for more information.