The fees are set out in Article 46 and Annex 2 of the Ordinance on Identity Documents for Swiss Nationals (SR 143.116). These are payable in the currency determined by the Swiss representation.
|Identity card||Passport 10||Combined offer (Passport and ID Card||Provisional Passport|
|Children and adolescents up to the age of 18||58.00||101.00||128.00||145.00|
Payment options: Debitcard (at the Consulate General of Montreal only), cash or personal check. Creditcards are not accepted.
The passport 10 and the ID card are posted separately (different places of production)
*These delivery fees are for forwarding from the place of production in Switzerland to the Swiss representation abroad or to the holder of the identity document abroad.
The Swiss representation reserves the right to adapt the amounts at any time in relation to exchange rate fluctuations.
Ordinance on Identity Documents for Swiss Nationals (de, fr, it) (VAwG; SR 143.11).
You have to apply for a passport at the Swiss representation where you are registered. Please note that registration is mandatory for all Swiss citizens who intend to stay in the consular district for more than 12 months.
You may now submit your application via the Internet using our convenient online service:
When you apply for a new passport, you have the opportunity to order an identity card at a reduced price.
Once the application is completed and approved, applicants must appear in person at their competent representation to have their biometric data taken: facial photograph, signature and two fingerprints. For organizational purposes, it will be necessary to make an appointment with the competent Swiss representation. This can be done electronically through the link which will be sent to you by E-mail after approval of the application.