We are pleased to announce that a Consular Officer from the U.S. Embassy to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) will visit St. Lucia on Thursday, December 15, 2022, to provide limited, routine U.S. Citizens Services, and accept applications for U.S. passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad.
Consular Officers are unable to discuss visa cases during these outreach trips.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: We no longer accept handwritten passport application forms. You must fill out all passport application forms online at www.travel.state.gov and then print them.
Please have all forms completed prior to your appointment and bring originals and copies of all supporting documents.
Limited, routine appointments in St. Lucia will be held at Coco Palm, Rodney Bay Village Thursday, December 15: 9 a.m. to 4p.m.
You must make an appointment online to meet with the Consular Officer. Passport renewal applications with imminent travel plans will be given priority.
The appointment calendar is now available here: https://bb.usembassy.gov/consular-outreach-visits-for-u-s-citizen-services
Fees must be paid by international money order or bank draft made out to “U.S. Embassy.”
We are unable to accept cash or credit cards. PLEASE NOTE: The money order or bank draft must have the correct and exact amount. We will not issue any refunds. Fees are:
Child’s passport (under age 16): US$135
First adult passport (16+): US$165
Consular Report of Birth Abroad: US$100
Notarials: US$50 per signature
If you are renewing a 10-year passport issued less than 15 years ago and can present your expired passport, you may apply by mail directly to the Embassy. The fee is US$130.
If you cannot present a previous 10-year passport issued less than 15 years ago, you must appear in person for an interview with the Consular Officer. The fee for this service is US$165.
All applicants must provide:
A completed passport application;
Two passport-size photos (2” x 2”);
Proof of U.S. citizenship such as previous U.S. passport, U.S. birth certificate, U.S. Consular Report of Birth Abroad, or U.S. naturalization certificate; and a social security card.
You must also provide a prepaid air waybill (FedEx, DHL, LIAT QuikPak, etc.) in order to have the new passport mailed back to you
**Please bring originals AND photocopies of all documents, including a copy of the passport you are renewing**
Important update on passport photos: As of November 1, 2016, applicants may not wear eyeglasses in passport photos. See www.travel.state.gov for complete photo requirements.
For a child under age 16, if both parents are listed on the birth certificate, BOTH parents must appear in person with the child OR a signed, notarized Form DS-3053: Statement of Consent from the non-applying parent/guardian must be submitted.
Please bring the documents listed above PLUS the child’s birth certificate and both parents’ passports or other identification. Please bring originals AND photocopies of all documents including copies of the parents’ identification. For more information, visit:
Please note that all applications for children MUST be accompanied by age progression photos showing the child’s development from the last passport issuance.
Additional information on U.S. citizen services and links to application forms are available on the U.S. Department of State’s website at http://travel.state.gov.
SOURCE: Embassy of the United States Of America in Barbados
Is it just me who do not find any merit in the visit. You are coming for US citizens. I am trying to wonder how many US citizens live in SLU and require a passport. Most and if not all are in the states – Why are you coming to SLU. Those who might be in slu are retirees and I am sure their passwords are up to day.
Hmmmmm absentee ballot pass thru
@sameguy….ok when i read that abt 3 times i thought was me alone that was in wondering limbo deh
So glad I can get this opportunity to update my son’s passport
Aa Ure really ignorant? Do you know the nationality of everyone in slu
Why some Saint Lucians so stupid. There are people living in Saint lucia who hold dual citizenship. That’s why the consulate is coming to provide service for its citizens (USA) citizens. Smh
Hello how are you
Alot of us carry US passports. Not all of us reside in the US contrary to popular beliefs. Some of us may have been birthed abroad by Saint Lucian nationals who returned home. Some of us were married and divorced abroad and probably remarried in Saint Lucia. There are many Saint Lucians locally who carry dual citizenship whether US, Great Britain or Canadian.
I have travel not bad many coutries by air and in dreams, but I have never seen no such lovely paradise as ❤️🇱🇨 St-Lucia, which will be a refuge for many,regardless of the other nations riches, but are not in safety and there is no such country better than the other !!
Good Luck and best wishes to all those who want to play to win ❗
As for me,I am too afraid of the LORD,move by the Sprit of God,if he don’t send me and not his will,I will not go even if it was free !!
For this is what the LORD says
“To the enuchs who keep law, who choose what pleases me and hold fast my covenant :
I am with you and will save you,declares the LORD !
I will surely save you out of a distant place ;no one will make you afraid ;I have put watchman over you and my words in your mouth and covered you with the shadow of my hand.
‘I will break the yoke of their neck and tear their bonds.
Instead they will serve the LORD their God and their king,whom I will raised up for them.
And let not any eunchs complain ; for I am only a dry tree”.
Listen to me you islands ;hear this, you distant nations,
Seek the LORD while he may be found,call on his name while he is near ‼️