New Zealand High Commission Suva, Fiji

Lost and stolen passports

The first thing you should do if your New Zealand passport has been lost or stolen is report it immediately to the local police and obtain a police report.

The High Commission can issue you with a replacement (manual) passport. The fee for this urgent (3 day) service for adults is F$277 and F$208 for children.

In order to begin processing a replacement passport, we require:

  • A correctly completed passport application form and declaration of loss of a New Zealand passport form (both available by telephoning the High Commission on 331 1422 Monday-Friday. This application form can also be downloaded from the passports link at the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs website;
  • two passport sized photographs – one photo to be witnessed on the back;
  • original police report of stolen or lost passport;
  • some form of identification such as a New Zealand driving licence or full New Zealand birth certificate.

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