To apply for a new passport or ID card you must visit the council office. This visit needs to be via an appointment. Costs for your new passport or ID card will be charged when submitting your application. You can collect your passport or ID card after 5 working days.
Please bring the following things with you:
- All passports and ID cards you have (also the ones that are not not valid anymore)
- A passport photo that complies with the official standards
Costs for your new passport or ID card will be charged when submitting your application (costs 2019)
- Passport 18 years and above €71,35 (valid for 10 years)
- Passport under 18 €53,95 (valid for 5 years)
- ID card 18 years and above €56,80 (valid for 10 years)
- ID card under 18 €29,95 (valid for 5 years)
If you submit an urgent application before 14:30 PM, you can pick up the document the next working day after 11:00 AM. An urgent application costs €48,60 extra on top of the regular costs for the document.
If you need a passport that same day, you may be eligible for an emergency passport from the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee.
Applying for a passport or ID card for children
- Both parents or guardians must give their permission in order to apply for a passport for children up to the age of 17. The same goes for an ID card for children under the age of 12.
- Print the consent form for passport and ID card for minors. (toestemmingsverklaring aanvraag reisdocument)
- Complete the form.
- Both parents or guardians must sign the form.
- Children up to the age of 17 must attend personally when applying for and collecting the passport.
- Make an appointment to visit the council office with your child or children.
- Please bring:
- all passports and ID cards you have of your child or children, expired or otherwise.
- a valid passport, ID card or driving licence of both parents or guardians.
- (a) passport photo(s) of your child or children that complies with the official standards.