Lost or Stolen U.S. Passports
If your passport has been lost or stolen, it should be reported immediately to help protect yourself against identity theft and to prevent someone else from using the passport.

To report a lost or stolen passport, click here.
If you are in the United States and are traveling in 2 weeks or less:
Make an appointment to apply in person at a Passport Agency or Center to replace your passport in 8 business days or less (based on need, some restrictions apply).
You must submit Form DS-11 and DS-64 in person to the agency.

If you are in the United States and are not traveling within 2 weeks:
You must submit Form DS-11 and DS-64 in person at an authorized Passport Application Acceptance Facility.

If you are outside the United States:
Contact your nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate to replace your lost or stolen passport overseas.

The following list identifies a number of documents/items you should take with you to the embassy/consulate. Even if you are unable to present all of the documents, the consular staff will do their best to assist you to replace your passport quickly. Please provide:

A Passport Photo (one photo is required; get it in advance to speed the process of replacing your passport)
Identification (driver’s license, expired passport etc.)
Evidence of U.S. citizenship (birth certificate, photocopy of your missing passport)
Travel Itinerary (airline/train tickets)
Police Report, if available
DS-11 Application for Passport (may be completed at time of application)
DS-64 Statement Regarding a Lost or Stolen Passport (may be completed at time of application)