Consular Report of Birth Abroad

Fulfil the requirements:

  1. The child is born outside the United States to a u.s. citizen parent.
  2. The child is under 18 years old.
  3. The u.s. citizen parent meets the u.s. physical presence requirement.

Collect the supporting documents:

Your attorney collects the documents which you will need to present at the u.s. embassy or consulate in your country.

Appointment at the U.S. Embassy:

Your attorney schedules the first available appointment at the u.s. embassy or consulate.

Receive CRBA and U.S. passport:

A crba is not a travel document, so you will also need a u.s. passport. Both applications will be handled at your scheduled appointment.

Complete the application forms:

Your attorney prepares and submits the application forms for the crba and u.s. passport.

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