National passport

Residents of Sint Maarten

Residents of St. Maarten with the Dutch nationality can apply for a national passport at the Civil Registry Department of Sint Maarten (Census Office), Soualiga Road 6, Pondfill Philipsburg.

Non-residents of Sint Maarten

Non-residents who have the Dutch nationality can apply for a national passport at the Consular section of the Cabinet of the Governor. Only people who are not registered in the administration of St. Maarten can apply for a national passport at the Consular section of the Cabinet of the Governor.

You must personally apply for your passport and personally collect it. When applying you must submit the following:

  • Current passport (can still be valid for a maximum of 6 months) and all other travel documents. In case it has been lost or stolen you must have the police report.
  • Two recent passport pictures based on the valid acceptance criteria for Dutch passports
  • A proof of non-residency ( to be obtained at the Census office)
  • A fully completed passport application form
  • The fee: National Passport persons until 18 years:         129 NAF
                    National Passport persons 18 years or older:  165 NAF

• Permission from (both) parent(s) (or the legal guardian(s));
• Valid proof of identity from (both) parent(s) (or the legal guardian(s));
• Birth certificate of minor with apostille/legalisation;
•  Acknowledgement certificate of minor with apostille/legalisation (if applicable);
• Fee 2019: NAF. 129 (cash in Antillean Guilders only or pin with Maestro bank card)

To apply for a passport you can visit the Consular Affairs department of the Cabinet of the Governor during office hours from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM. For more information you can contact the Consular Affairs department during telephone consultation from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM on the number (001-721) 542-1199.

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Disclaimer: The information contained in this website is provided for general information and is only intended as such. The information provided is not legally binding. The Office of the Governor of St. Maarten is not liable for any damage that may occur due to ambiguity or incompleteness of the data contained in this website.