Passports for Adults

In order to apply for/renew a passport or national ID card at the Embassy in Washington DC or at the Consulate General in New York, you must first schedule an appointment online using the links below.

Applicants 18 years or older should bring the below documents when
applying for/renewing a passport/national ID-card at the Embassy of Sweden or the Consulate General of Sweden in New York.

You cannot schedule an appointment to apply for a passport unless you already have a personal ID number/personnummer or coordination number!

Required Documents:

  • The form "Verification of Swedish Citizenship" / "Prövning av svenskt medborgarskap" – download, complete and print prior to your appointment.
  • The old passport, valid or expired (if lost or missing, see lost passports). If you never had a passport, a document from the Tax Agency stating your personal ID number/coordination number must be presented instead.
  • Valid photo ID with clearly visible signature, if your passport has expired.
  • Original documentation proving U.S. resident status (visa, ESTA or green card) or U.S. citizenship (U.S. birth certificate, Certificate of Naturalization or Consular Report of Birth Abroad), or certified copy of same.
  • If the applicant became a citizen of another country before July 1, 2001, documentation from the Swedish Migration Agency must be provided to attest to that the applicant has regained Swedish citizenship.
  • Document attesting to retention of Swedish citizenship after age 22 (applicable only to certain applicants born outside of Sweden who never resided there and have not regularly visited.)
  • Citizenship documentation (medborgarskapsbevis) stating the date Swedish citizenship was acquired. Only applicable if applicant was not born a Swedish citizen. A copy can be ordered from the Migration Agency, or you can email the Tax Agency and ask for the date of aquisition.
  • If you want to change your name in your passport, your application for a change of name must first have been approved by the Swedish Tax Agency.

> The fee for a passport can be paid with Visa or Mastercard. Cash in exact change is also acceptable.

> The new passport is normally ready in about 2 weeks. The passport must be picked up in person; it cannot not be delivered by mail. The old passport must be submitted when picking up the new passport.

> The new passport may be picked up at any consulate/embassy in the world, or at a police station in Sweden.

> For pickup of the new passport at a consular location other than the one at which the application was submitted, there is a shipping fee payable at time of application and an additional processing fee payable at time of pick-up.

> Do not bring passport photos. All applicants are digitally photographed on site at the time of the application.

Schedule Appointment

You can book an appointment about 2 months in advance. Be sure to state your phone number in the following format: +19175550000, no spaces or hyphens.

Applications for coordination numbers may not be submitted during an appointment scheduled to apply for a passport!

>Stop! Did you download and print the form "Verification of Swedish Citizenship"? If not, do it now - it must be completed before you arrive to your appointment. 

>Book appointment at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington DC

>Book appointment at the Consulate General of Sweden in New York. Currently you can book appointments until the end of October.

The Embassy also offers passport services at some honorary consulates in the U.S. on certain dates through the mobile passport station.

If you choose to submit certified copies of required documentation instead of original documents make sure that that the copy is certified by a notary public as being a "True copy of the original document" and carries the signature and official stamp of said notary public. We recommended that you bring original documents of all required documentation.