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Linea Mishpahà

We would like to remind you that in order to renew your passaport, its validity should be less than 6 months. Furthermore, in order to speed up the procedure at the window, your marital status and details regarding your residency should be up to date. If you have not done it yet, update your file before booking your appointment.

If your marital status is up to date and you are either a pregnant woman or a parent of a child under 2 years of age, you can book an appointment to apply or renew your passport via the Prenot@mi platform using the “Linea Mishpahà”.

On the day of the appointment you will have to go to the Consulate with the following documentation:

Pregnant women:

  • the request form duly filled out and signed (to be uploaded in “other document”);
  • a letter from your doctor stating that you are pregnant;
  • Your previous passport;
  • A valid Israeli identity document, if available, or Italian;
  • Cash for payment (see rates here);please bring the exact amount;
  • In case of loss/theft of a valid passport, you need to bring a copy of the report of loss/theft to the local authorities.

Parents of children under 2 years of age

The appointment can be used for the parents and/or the child under 2 years of age. 

For the parents:

  • the request form duly filled out and signed (to be uploaded in “other document”);
  • Your previous passport;
  • A valid Israeli identity document, if available, or Italian;
  • Cash for payment (see rates here);please bring the exact amount;
  • In case of loss/theft of a valid passport, you need to bring a copy of the report of loss/theft to the local authorities.

For the child under 2 years of age:

  • 2 photos compliant with format ICAO;
  • the request form signed by both parents;
  • an identification document of both parents with photo and signature (e.g. Identity Card or Passport);
  • an identification document of the minor (if available);
  • the minor’s previous passport even if it has expired or deteriorated;
  • cash for payment (consult rates here);please bring the exact amount
  • in case of loss / theft of a valid passport, a copy of the loss / theft report to the local authorities is required.

Warning!

To apply for a passport for a minor, the “Atto di assenso” signed by both parents is required. This document is also necessary in the case of unmarried, separated or divorced couples and even if the minor children already hold an individual passport. The provisions that apply are the following:

  • if one of the two parents is NOT an EU citizen, he must necessarily come to the Consulate with the other parent and must sign the “Atto di assenso” in front of the Consulate staff, who will authenticate the signature. In the event that one of the parents is in Italy or abroad, he must sign the “Atto di assenso” in the presence of a Public Official in Italy or at an Italian Embassy or Consulate in the country where he is staying;
  • if one of the two parents is an EU citizen, the latter’s “Atto di assenso” may be presented by the other parent, together with a copy of the absent parent’s identity document;
  • in the event of the death of one of the parents, you must also bring an original copy of the death certificate with you. If the death occurred in a country other than Israel or Italy, the death certificate must be presented exclusively with legalized translation in Italian or in multilingual format;
  • if it is not possible to obtain the consent of the other parent, the passport of the minor may be issued only for reasons that must be proven by solid motivations and adequate documentation and following a specific decree issued by the tutelary judge. The Head of the Consular Chancellery exercises the functions of tutelary judge for minors registered with AIRE in the Tel Aviv district. If, on the other hand, the minor is not registered with AIRE, the Juvenile Court of the Municipality of residence is competent.