Paris Passport Services
The consular section is open for passport services Monday and Friday from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, and Wednesdays from 9:00 am –12:00 pm and 1:30 – 3:00 pm, except for French and American holidays. For further details, please select one of the links below:
What service do you require?
- Renew my adult passport
- Apply for a new adult passport – my last passport was issued before I was 16 or more than 15 years ago
- Renew my child’s passport (under 16)
- Obtain a second U.S. passport
- Change the name on my U.S. passport
- Add visa pages to my U.S. passport
- Replace Limited Validity Emergency Passport
- Apply for a U.S. Passport Card
- My child needs a first passport
- How to Schedule an Appointment Online
- Passport Fees and Payment Methods
- Passport FAQS
Return to main U.S. consular services page
Closure American Citizen Services at APP Lyon
Effective October 1, 2014, American Presence Post (APP) in Lyon will no longer accept applications for U.S. passports and birth registrations, Social Security numbers and other federal benefits, or provide notarial services. Limited services presently available at the American Presence Post in Lyon will cease September 30, 2014. Read more here..
As of September 30, 2014, all U.S. passport applications, reports of birth abroad applications and notarial services must be scheduled at either the U.S. Embassy in Paris or the U.S. Consulate General in Marseille.
U.S. Passport Validity for Travel to France
You should have at least six months’ passport validity prior to the expiration date whenever you travel to France.
If your passport does not meet the Schengen requirements, you may be refused boarding by the airline at your point of origin or while transferring planes. You could also be denied entry when you arrive in the Schengen area.
Embassy Consular Waiting Room Access: Only persons seeking consular services and whose names are on the daily access list will be admitted to the Embassy. Read more here.
Which Passport Should I Use?
Important Notice: Section 215 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1185) requires all American citizens to use their U.S. passports when entering or leaving the United States.
American citizens may not enter/leave the U.S. on an French/foreign passport. This applies to children as well as adults. Read more...
Questions? You can contact us by email.