Loss, theft or damage to the registration certificate or the permanent residence permit for EU nationals

Citizens of the European Union or of a country treated as such (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland) who no longer have their registration certificate or permanent residence permit must ask for its replacement.

Registration attestation

In the event of loss, theft or damage to the registration certificate, EU citizens must submit an application for replacement to the Immigration Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs along with:

  • a copy of the complete valid identity document (passport or national identity card);
  • in case of loss or theft to the registration certificate: the declaration of theft/loss established by the police;
  • in case of damage of the registration certificate: the damaged certificate.

Permanent residence permit

In the event of loss, theft or damage to the permanent residence permit, EU citizens must submit an application for replacement to the Immigration Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs along with:

  • a copy of the complete valid identity document (passport or national identity card);
  • in case of loss or theft to the permanent residence permit: the declaration of theft/loss established by the police;
  • in case of damage of the permanent residence permit: the damaged permit.