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Passports

 

Passports

Email: passaporti.chicago@esteri.it
Tel.: 312 - 467.1550/1/2
Fax: 312 - 467.1335

 

IMPORTANT NEWS ABOUT PASSPORTS

As from July 8th 2014 the annual passport fee is no longer dueThe cost of a new passport can be checked on the website main page under Consular fees, which are subject to change every 3 months.

Please note that passports cannot be renewed. Even if you already hold an Italian passport, when expiring, you must follow the instructions for the issuance of a new passport.

 

HOW TO OBTAIN A PASSPORT

Italian citizens, in order to present the application for the issuance of passports, must schedule an appointment with the Consulate (see here).

The payment of passport fees can be made in cash or with Money Order.

In case you want the new passport mailed, please bring along a prepaid/addressed envelope for the shipping.

Users are also requested to check the information published on this web site regarding the AIRE registry and the alignment of their vital record: Registry of Italians Residing Abroad and Vital Records.

 

A complete list of the documentation necessary for issuing the new passport is available on the 'Requesting a New Passport' page.

 


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING MINORS  YOUNGER THAN 14 WHO TRAVEL NOT ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PARENTS 


Starting from June 4, 2014, Italian citizens under the age of 14, traveling unaccompanied by at least one of the parents or by those exercising parental authority, need an accompanying declaration issued by the consular office of residence. The certificate is free and is issued by the Consulate for all minors residing in the jurisdiction upon express request from parents or those exercising parental authority persuant art. 3, letter a) Act 1185/1967

To obtain this certification, the Declaration form must be submitted together with:

● copy of the parents' passports
● copy of the minor's passport
● copy of the passport of the accompanying person (s)
● Airline and flight data

In the case of a parent who is a non-EU citizen, the signature must be authenticated by a Notary Public or in person to the Consulate.

In the event that you wish to have the minor travel in foster care with the transport company, it is suggested, before purchasing the air ticket, to check whether the same accepts that the minor is in its care.

 

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