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The U.S. Department of State has designated the U.S. Embassies in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Djibouti, Djibouti, and Cairo, Egypt to handle American Citizens Services emanating out of Yemen.
Please consult the State Department’s online “Passport Wizard” for a complete tutorial on U.S. passports, as well as an explanation of which forms are required in which situations/circumstances, including passports for minors and the replacement of expired, lost, stolen, or mutilated passports. Once you have completed all of the required forms, please schedule a passport appointment through your selected Embassy’s website.
If your passport has been wrongfully confiscated by an employer, relative, or local government official; or if you have been the victim of a crime and urgently require a new passport in order to return to the United States, please email us below.
You should complete this form if you’re applying for the first time, or you don’t meet our requirements to renew your passport.
You should complete this form if you’re applying for your child who is under age 16.
You should complete this form if one parent or guardian cannot go with the child to apply in person for the child’s passport. The parent or guardian should submit this special form in addition to their child’s application (DS-11).
You should complete this form if you meet our requirements to renew your passport. Keep in mind that children under age 16 cannot renew their passports and must apply using Form DS-11.
You should complete this form if you lost your passport or it has been stolen. To replace a lost or stolen passport, you must apply in person and submit Form DS-11 in addition to Form DS-64.
You may be eligible to use this form if you need to change or correct your passport, or you need to replace a passport that was limited to less than 10 years validity (which is the normal validity period for an adult’s passport).
Use the Department of State’s passport application system to find the form you need.
You must provide one photo on a white background with your passport application. Our photo policies apply to adults and children. We have a few exceptions to our photo policies for infants.
Embassy Sanaa has suspended consular operations in Yemen. If you are a U.S. citizen residing in or traveling to Yemen, the Embassy may be unable to provide assistance or services to you, even if an emergency situation arises. In the event of an emergency, you can contact us.
Special Issuance Passports
Visit the SIA Web Page – Only accessible by government device. Contact your military acceptance facility.
The latest Department of State travel updates and guidance on our website: https://ye.usembassy.gov/services/
Consular services at the U.S. Embassy in Sana’a have been suspended. The U.S. Department of State has designated the U.S. Embassy in Djibouti to process immigrant visas for Yemeni citizens and Yemeni citizens may apply for non-immigrant visas at any consulate or embassy where they are physically present. The U.S. Embassies in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Djibouti, Djibouti and Cairo, Egypt have been designated to handle American Citizen Services cases emanating out of Yemen. If you are an American citizens in Yemen and have questions about your federal benefits, please contact FBU.Jerusalem@SSA.gov
The U.S. Department of State has designated the U.S. Embassies in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Djibouti, Djibouti, and Cairo, Egypt to handle American Citizens Services cases emanating out of Yemen. If you are an American citizens in Yemen and have questions about your federal benefits, please contact FBU.Jerusalem@SSA.gov
If you are an American citizens residing in or traveling to Yemen, the Embassy may be unable to provide assistance or services to you, even if an emergency situation arises. If you must travel to or remain in Yemen, please register with the State Department’s online Smart Traveler Enrollment Program https://step.state.gov/STEP/Pages/Common/Citizenship.aspx as soon as possible. This will allow the Embassy to communicate travel alerts and Emergency Messages to you, should the need arise.
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