A passport is a travel document provided by the country's government to its people that validates the holder's identity and nationality for international travel. Passports are tiny booklets that usually include the bearer's name, birthplace, date of birth, the issuance date of expiration, passport number, photo, and signature. There are several sorts of passports available, based on the bearer's status in their native nation.
Passports are required for international travel since they authenticate your identity and nationality. In addition, they provide the bearer with safe passage and protection in a foreign country. If you are flying, you will generally be required to produce your passport many times at the airport, as well as at the border if you are driving. You may also need a visa to enter your target country. Outside of the airport, you can also use your passport to show it as an identification document. However, carrying your passport daily or for a night out is not suggested, as replacing a misplaced passport may be costly and time-consuming.
You can reissue your passport up to one year before it expires, but not sooner. However, if your information changes, your passport is lost or destroyed, or you have run out of pages, you may request a reissue of your passport.
A passport is reissued in the following cases:
Passport on the verge of expiration
Exhaustion of pages in the current passport
Change in personal details in the passport (except for validity)
Applicants are encouraged to visit their jurisdictional passport office's home page under Passport Office Page to learn about any extra documents that may be necessary.
Applicants must provide original papers to the Passport Seva Kendra (PSK) for processing, as well as one set of self-attested photocopies.
Unless otherwise indicated, it is presumed that both parents' permission is available.
Minor candidates may provide a current address verification document in the name of their parent(s).
It is recommended that parents bring original and self-attested copies of their passports to Passport Seva Kendra (PSK) if they have passports.
For minor applicants, documents can be attested by their parents.
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Government, Legal and incidental charges may apply. After verifying the documentation, we would let you know the additional payments required for this service.
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