Adding Supplemental Visa Pages
An adult passport holder does not need to appear in person to add supplemental pages. A third party may submit the required documents as noted below on your behalf. You must schedule an appointment for this service even if not appearing in person.
If your passport is in good condition and will be valid for at least one more year, you may apply for additional visa pages, to a maximum of 2 additional sets of visa pages. If your passport is worn or in poor condition, for security reasons, a consular officer may decline to add visa pages into your passport and you will need to apply for a new passport.
- Step 1: Please read the instructions below
- Step 2: Please make an appointment online (If you need more than one service during your visit, please be sure to make separate appointments.)
- Step 3: Please complete Application For Additional Visas Pages Form DS-4085
What will I need to bring to the Consulate to add visa pages to my adult U.S. passport?
- Your most recent U.S. Passport;
- Form DS-4085, completed and signed by applicant;
- Additional Visa Pages Application Fee, US $82.00. (See Payment Options)
What will I need to bring to the Consulate to add visa pages to my child’s U.S. passport?
- Your child’s most recent U.S. Passport;
- Form DS-4085, completed and signed by one parent;
- Child’s birth certificate, original or a certified copy;
- Additional Visa Pages Application Fee, U.S. $82.00. (See Payment Options).
How long will I need to wait for pages to be added to my passport?
Once we receive your completed application, processing time is approximately one hour.
I have an adult passport. Can I have a friend submit my Additional Visa Pages application for me?
Yes. An adult passport holder does not need to appear in person to add pages to their passport. A third party may submit the required documents as noted above on your behalf.
Will I need to bring my child, who is under 16 years of age, to the Consulate to add pages to his/her passport?
No. The child does not need to appear in person.
Can I have a friend submit my Additional Visa Pages application for my child who is under 16 years of age?
Yes. In addition to the items listed above, a signed authorization letter with the name and identification number of the person submitting the application on your child’s behalf is required. This letter must be signed by at least one parent.
How many pages can I add?
Each visa page insert is 24 pages (12 pages, front and back). You can add pages twice to the same passport, for a total of 48 pages. If you are adding pages to your passport for the first time, you can choose to add 48 pages at once, for the same fee of US $82.00.
I have added pages twice to my U.S. passport. Can I add pages again?
Unfortunately, if you have already added supplemental visa pages two or more times, you will need to renew your passport. Please see Adult Passports, Minor Passports or First Adult Passports as applicable to your situation.
I have a limited-validity, emergency passport. Can I add pages to it?
No, we are unable to add visa pages to emergency or limited validity passports. You will need to apply for a full ten year (five years, for minors under the age of 16) passport.
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