Fees

American Citizen Services Fees

 

Please note: We intermittently experience technical difficulties related to the processing of credit cards. Please be prepared to pay in cash or withdraw cash from a nearby ATM should we not be able to process your credit card.

For services at the U.S. Consulate General in Thessaloniki :There is no cashiering service available at the Consulate, so appointment holders are asked to bring a bank check for the exact payment amount. Bank checks must be payable to the U.S. Embassy Athens. Information on fees can be found below.

As of April,2, 2018 the American Citizen Services fees are:

 

Service Fee
USD Euros
Adult passport (DS-11)  – first-time or replacement 145.00 124.00
Adult passport renewal (DS-82) 110.00 94.00
Child under 16 passport (DS-11)  – first-time or replacement- application and fees 115.00 98.00
Child under 16 passport (DS-11)  – first time or replacement-application + passport card minor at the same time 130.00 111.00
Consular Report of Birth 100.00 85.00
Consular Report of Birth and new passport (under 16 years) 215.00 183.00
Consular Report of Birth and new passport (16-17 years) 245.00 209.00
Passport card adult 30.00 26.00
Passport card minor only 15.00 13.00
Notary – Certification 50.00 43.00
Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship 2,350.00 1,998.00

 

Notarization, Certification, and Authentication fees will not be charged when the service is performed:

 (a) At the direct request of any federal government agency, any state or local government, the District of Columbia, or any of the territories or possessions of the United States (unless significant costs would be incurred)

(b) With respect to documents to be presented by claimants, beneficiaries, or their witnesses in connection with obtaining federal, state, or municipal benefits

(c) For U.S. Citizens outside the United States preparing ballots for any public election in the United States or any of its territories.

(d) At the direct request of a foreign government or an international agency of which the United States is a member if the documents are for official noncommercial use.

(e) At the direct request of a foreign government official when appropriate or as a reciprocal courtesy.

(f) At the request of direct-hire U.S. government personnel, Peace Corps volunteers, or their dependents stationed or traveling officially in a foreign country.

(g) With respect to documents whose production is ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction

(h) With respect to affidavits of support for immigrant visa applications

(i) With respect to endorsing U.S. Savings Bonds Certificates.

Forms of Payment for Passports in Person

Cash and Money Orders: either U.S. Dollars or Euros, American Express or U.S. Postal Service money orders payable to the U.S. Embassy Athens.

When paying in cash, please try to bring exact change.

Credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Diners.

Please note: We intermittently experience technical difficulties related to the processing of credit cards. Please be prepared to pay in cash or withdraw cash from a nearby ATM should we not be able to process your credit card.

Forms of Payment for Passports by Mail

Bank checks in Euros only, made out to the American Embassy, obtained only from one of the following banks: National Bank of Greece; Alpha Bank; Eurobank; Bank of Piraeus; Attica Bank; CitiBank; HSBC; Geniki Bank.

Personal checks are not accepted.

Please do not send cash through the mail.