Pop-up passport station coming to Boston

The Netherlands Consulate General in New York will organize a one-time only Dutch passport application station in Boston, Massachusetts, April 8-9, 2019.

This service is primarily offered to passport applicants for whom a visit to one of the designated offices is particularly burdensome due to physical, medical, or other urgent reasons (e.g. elderly or people with disabilities, families with young children). Time permitting, this service will be extended to other regular passport applicants in the area.

If this is your first passport renewal after having acquired another nationality, we can only assist you at one of our Dutch missions in: Washington, New York, San Francisco, or Miami.

Each applicant will be required to appear in person, including children, regardless of age.

Appointments will only be given to those whose applications are approved in advance. To qualify, you must submit the forms and documents mentioned below by e-mail prior to the deadline on March 22, 2019.

Appointment request and pre-approval

To request an appointment, every applicant is required to send a complete application in one pdf by e-mail to nyc-mva@minbuza.nl by March 22, 2019. Incomplete applications will not be accepted!

Application:

  1. To apply, fill out this application form. Make sure the signature on your application matches the one on your current Dutch passport.
  2. Follow this link to create a personalized checklist and gather the required documents.
  3. Include your checklist, the application form, and the required documents in one pdf and e-mail them to nyc-mva@minbuza.nl.

After your request for an appointment has been approved, the Consulate General in New York will send you an e-mail confirmation with a time slot and further instructions.

For more information or questions regarding the mobile passport application session in Boston, email the Netherlands Consulate in New York at nyc-mva@minbuza.nl.

For more information regarding Dutch nationality, passport applications or other consular matters visit www.netherlandsworldwide.nl.