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Municipality of Borger-Odoorn: applying for a new passport or renewing your old one

Please note: you can only apply for a new Dutch passport or renew your old one if you live in the Netherlands and are registered with a municipality.

Do you have Dutch nationality, but no fixed place of residence? Then you can contact a Dutch border municipality to apply for a new passport or to renew your old one.

You must apply for a passport in person at the municipality where you live. Contact us to make an appointment to apply for a passport.

The costs for a Dutch passport are:

for persons up to 18 years: €63.42 (rate 2024)

for persons aged 18 and over: €83.87 (rate 2024)

The costs for a Dutch identity card are:

for persons up to 18 years: € 40.92 (rate 2024)

for persons aged 18 and over: €75.80 (rate 2024)

Do you want to urgently apply for a passport or identity card? Then you pay €57.09 (rate 2024) extra.

After around a week, you can collect your passport yourself from the municipality. This also applies to children up to the age of 18. When you apply, you will be provided with more information about how to collect your passport.

You have 3 months in which to collect your new passport.

Do you need your passport sooner than that?

  • If you need your passport quickly, you can make a spoedaanvraag (urgent request). If you apply for the passport before 15:00, you will be able to collect it after 2 working days. Allow for some delay if you no longer have your old passport.
  • If you need the passport today, contact the Koninklijke Marechaussee (Royal Netherlands Marechaussee) for an emergency passport.

Validity

  • An adult passport is valid for 10 years.
  • For children up to the age of 18, a passport is valid for 5 years.

Questions about this topic?

Contact the Municipality of Borger-Odoorn

Last updated on 2 July 2024