Adding Extra Pages
If you are running out of blank pages in your passport, you may want to consider applying for additional pages. We can add one set of 24 extra pages at a time. If your passport remains in good condition, over the lifetime of the document, it can accommodate up to three sets of extra pages. Once this limit is reached, you will need to apply for a new passport. Please make sure your passport is still in good condition – we cannot add pages to a passport that is damaged or falling apart. Also, extra pages cannot be added to an emergency passport.
Documents needed to add additional pages
- Completed Passport Additional Pages Form DS-4085. Please ignore the first page of the instructions as it does not apply for this service at the Embassy
- NOTE: If you are applying to have extra pages placed in a child’s passport, one parent should sign the form for the child. If the child is age 16 or over, then he/she can sign the application. The form does not have to be signed at the Embassy, and a parent can bring/send the application and documents to the Embassy on behalf of the child. There is no need for the child to appear in-person.
- Your current unexpired U.S. passport.
- The fee is US$82. We accept U.S. dollars or euros, payable in cash or by credit card. The fee in euros fluctuates with the exchange rate, so please contact the Consular Section at ACSLjubljana@state.gov for the current rate if you plan to pay in euros.
If you would like to come see us in-person, please make an appointment using our online calendar. We can usually add pages while you wait. The fee can be paid in cash or by credit card.
If you would like to apply through the mail, please send the items listed above to the Consular Section. Our mailing address is U.S. Embassy, Attention: Consular Section, Prešernova 31, Ljubljana 1000, Slovenia. It is very important to list a phone number and/or email address on the application form so we can contact you if there are any problems. For mail-in services, the fee must be paid by credit card. Download the credit card payment form (PDF 117 KB), complete it, sign it, and enclose it with your passport application and supporting documents. Passport fees will be charged to your card in U.S. dollars. The Embassy cannot accept debit cards, any credit cards other than those indicated on the payment-by-mail form, personal checks, cash by mail, or overpayment amounts. Please also enclose a self-addressed A4-sized padded envelope (podložena kuverta) with €.92 in Slovene postage stamps affixed to it.