When to use Report Lost or Stolen Passport
There are few commonplace occurrences that are more stressful than losing important personal documentation or realizing that important identifying documentation has been stolen. If you are navigating the stressful reality of a lost or stolen passport, know that there are straightforward steps you can take in order to begin remedying the situation. Filling out a lost or stolen passport report is an excellent first step. Completing this document can help you stay organized as you attempt to safeguard your identity and regain access to your critically important identifying paperwork.
This lost or stolen passport report form can serve as a record of your activities and efforts as you alert the proper authorities and navigate the aftermath of realizing that your passport is either lost or has been stolen. Acting quickly can help you avoid unnecessary complications associated with an already complex and stressful reality.
Whether you are currently still in the United States and are planning future travel or you are already outside the country, it is important to alert the U.S. Department of State either stateside or through a consulate or embassy based where you are currently located. Failure to do so could lead to complications associated with identity theft. Someone using your passport could even get you in trouble with the authorities if you do not report your lost or stolen passport as soon as you possibly can. This form will help you to achieve this goal and will also help to ensure that you obtain a replacement as quickly as possible as well.
Reporting Lost Passport Form
Reporting Stolen Passport Form
Reporting Lost or Stolen Passport Form