Passport Services

If you would like to apply for a first-time passport, replace your current passport, or have your name changed, please consult the State Department’s travel site here for current information on passport application procedures overseas.

Passport fees will increase on April 2, 2018.  You can read the announcement here.

Steps to take to schedule your appointment at the U.S. Embassy in Angola.

  1. Review our website to determine the specific service you need.
  2. Ensure that all applications, forms, and additional documents are completed correctly before you come to your appointment. Photo copies of all original documents are required and cannot be done at the Embassy. For passport services, we strongly encourage you to complete passport and additional page forms online; please click on Complete Application Online and follow the instructions.
  3. Schedule your appointment: CLICK HERE
  4. Print your appointment confirmation letter and bring it with you to your appointment.
  • Schedule one appointment per applicant per service. For example if you have two children where each requires a passport renewal, each child must have his or her own appointment.  If you have questions about what type of appointment you require, email consularluanda@state.gov for additional assistance. Duplicate appointments for the same service will be deleted in the system without notice.
  • Cancel your original appointment in the system if you need to change the date. In order to cancel your appointment you will need a password which you can find on your appointment confirmation letter. Please email consularluanda@state.gov for assistance.
  • Arrive on time for your appointment. If you are late to your appointment you may be asked to reschedule your appointment. When you arrive at the Embassy, please inform one of the guards that you are a U.S. citizen with an appointment and go directly to the Consular Section.

American citizens in the Angola can visit the Consular Section for passport services. New passports take approximately two weeks to arrive. You may keep your existing passport until the new one arrives.

Once your new passport arrives, you will be asked to submit your old passport for cancellation. Any current visas in your old passport will not be cancelled and the cancelled passport will be returned to you with your new passport.

Note: All passport issuance for children under the age of 16 require the signatures of both parents. Further information about passport applications can be found at Passport Services.

Note: Payments are done in cash only, US Dollars or Kuanzas.

Application forms for passports can be accessed below or from the travel.state.gov website.

Use this form if:

  1. you have never had U.S. passport,
  2. you are under age 16,
  3. your most recent passport was issued more than 15 years go, or
  4. your most recent passport was lost or stolen.

Please note that when applying outside the U.S., this form MUST be signed in front of a consular officer.

Use this form if:

  1. you can show your most recent passport, and
  2. you were at least 16 years old when your most recent passport was issued, and
  3. your most recent passport was issued in the last 15 years, and
  4. you use the same name as on your most recent passport.

Please note that when applying outside the U.S., this form MUST be signed in front of a consular officer.

In the event that a passport is lost or stolen, the Consular Officer can assist in obtaining a replacement passport. If you believe your passport has been stolen please contact the Consular Section immediately. Click here for more information on how to report the loss or theft and apply for a replacement.