Refugees living in the Netherlands can apply for a refugee passport to the municipality. If you do not have Dutch nationality but live in the Netherlands, you can apply for a foreign passport. This can only be done if you can prove that you can not get a passport in the country you come from.
The refugee or aliens passport is valid in all countries except in your country of origin. Children from 14 years old must be able to identify themselves in the Netherlands.
The conditions for a refugee passport are:
The terms for an aliens passport are:
To request the passport, you can digitally make an appointment via the links below. During the application, an appointment is scheduled to retrieve the passport.
When you request a refugee or aliens passport you take along:
Do you apply for a passport for a child under 18? Then come with the child to the appointment. In addition to the above, you should include your own passport or ID-card and written permission from both parents or guardians.
A refugee or aliens passport costs: €52,-. Do you want to apply for a passport urgently? Then you pay €47.55 extra (rates 2018). In 2019 the rates are €53,95 for a refugee or aliens passport. An urgent request will cost an additional €48,60.
A refugee or aliens passport can be obtained from the municipality after 5 working days. The municipality can forward your application for a refugee or aliens passport to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND). Then it takes longer before you can retrieve your passport.