Cost to renew passport – How Much Does It Cost to Get a Passport?

Passport prices increase 2018: How much does it cost to renew a British passport? | UK | News

The cost to renew your passport is set to increase today with prices changing according to how you fill out the application.

Fees will rise for both adults and children, after a government proposal was passed by the House of Commons in January.

The price hike is intended to bring a push towards online services, by increasing the cost of postal forms.

Here is everything you need to know about the passport price increase today.

How much does it cost to renew a British passport?

Before the price rise, a standard adult passport or renewal cost £72.50 — regardless of how the application is made.

Now, this fee has risen to £75.50 for online applications — a difference of £2.

And for postal applications, for the prices has soared to £85 — making HM Passport Office an expected extra £50million in 2018-19.

The £12.50 increase for the postal service represents a jump of 17 percent for adults.

And with secure postage costing an extra £9.75, anyone wanting to use that service is set to have to pay £94.75.

Charges for children’s passports have also gone up — increasing from £46 currently to £49 for online applications.

New child’s passports will now also cost £58.50 if you send off for the renewal in the post — a rise of 27 per cent for children.

The cost of the premium service (one day turnaround time) has risen from £128 to £177.

Similarly, it now costs £142 for the one week service whereby this previously cost £103.

In a statement the government said: “The proposals, which remain subject to Parliamentary approval, would mean the money collected through fees will contribute to the cost of processing British passport holders as they travel in and out of the country, shifting the burden for paying for these services away from the taxpayer – millions of whom do not currently hold passports.

“These reforms are part of plans by the Home Office to invest £100 million in border security and infrastructure next year.”

The Home Office says the change is part of “ongoing work to modernise and further strengthen the security of the border”.

The proposals come following the announcement that the UK passport will change colour from burgundy to blue after Britain leaves the European Union.

Application, Cost & Renewal 2019

This post on Nigerian International Passport will reveal the new current cost of Nigerian International Passport 2019, renewal of the passport, How to apply for Nigerian International Passport online, price, e.t.c

What is a National Passport?

A passport is a travel document, usually issued by the government of a nation, that certifies the identity and nationality of its holder for the purpose of international travel.  A valid Nigerian international passport is a vital piece of document issued to Nigerian citizens intending to travel outside the country.

For new passport applications, Nigeria now offers electronic passports known as e-passports. These passport are in hard copies and not soft copies and is classified as either Standard Nigerian passport or Official e-passport, depending on intended use.

How To Obtain A Valid Nigerian International Passport

The Nigerian International Passport can be obtained in two ways, online or offline. Either ways, they are still the same

Offline International Passport

Usually, this is the most common way that Nigerians are familiar wth. It is also expensive as obtaining your Nigerian passport is done through an agent. I won’t advise that you use this method as the technicalities you would encounter plus the risk of being defrauded is common with applying for a Nigerian passport via an agent.Either ways, you would still have to take your printed documents to the immigration office.

Online Nigerian International Passport Requirement

Below are the guidelines to obtain your international passport online and the required documents:

  • Nigerian Passport Application form (should be completed online & printed out).
  • Payment Slip.
  • Local Government State of Origin.
  • Birth Certificate.
  • Change of name affidavit (if you’ve changed your name before).
  • Photocopy of Applicant’s data page.
  • Two current passport-size photographs.
  • Driver’s License.
  • Processing Nigerian passport fee of N15,000.

Below is the process on how to pay online after you have gotten the above documents.

  • Visit the Home page of Nigeria Immigration Portal here
  • Locate & click on the e-passpoert tab to in the appropriate application form to start the process
  • Select your preferred passport type.
  • Select your Processing Country.
  • Fill in the form with your current and correct details.
  • Upload the scanned copies of your required documents
  • Select your payment method and proceed to online payment.
  • Click on Submit

Differnce between 32pages International Passport & 64pages International Passport

There is the 32pages International Passport, and there is the 64pages. The 64-page e-Passport was introduced against the backdrop that Nigerians, especially frequent travellers especially businessmen easily exhausted their 32-page passports. It will also aid the individual travellers the cumbersome problem of having to carry bulky passport booklets.

Although, you almost can’t lay your hands on the 64 pages passport without first presenting your filled up or expired 32pages passport. This is in a bid to make sure that they (immigration officers) remain in business, as the official cost for making a 64pages international passport is what is collected for the 32 pages when you visit the Nigerian Immigration Service office.

Nigerian International Passport Renewal

If you want to renew your Nigerian International passport, you would be required to present the following documents in person at the immigration office. As announced by the Federal government, the new cost of renewing the passport in nigeria is N20,000. If misplaced, you might be referred to the immigration head office in Abuja to get it done.

Documents needed for Nigerian International Passport Renemwal
  • Police Report (if misplaced).
  • TheRenewal Fee N20,000.
  • Two (2) passport-size photographs preferably with white background.
  • Applicant should provide Passport Number of lost Passport (if applicable).
    Applicant will be required to appear in person for biometric and image acquisition.


It is advisable to apply afresh for a new International Passport rather than go through the stress for the renewal. The Official website of the Nigerian Immigration Service:

Support Email: [email protected]

Immigration Help desk line: +234 (1) 2714449, 4541452.

See the official prices of Nigerian passport as uploaded by Nigeria Immigration Service at their office gate this Januaray 2019

How much does it cost to renew a dominican republic passport

Passport of the Commonwealth of Dominica allows visa-free or visa on arrival travel to the following countries: Albania, visa on arrival* Anguilla, 3 months Antigua and Barbuda, 6 months Armenia, visa on arrival, 120 days Aruba, 30 days Azerbaijan, visa on arrival*, 30 days Bahamas, …3 months Bangladesh, visa on arrival, 90 days Barbados, 6 months Belarus, visa on arrival Belize, 1 month Bermuda Bhutan, visa on arrival*, 15 days Bolivia, visa on arrival Botswana, 90 days Burundi, visa on arrival Cambodia, visa on arrival, 30 days Cameroon, visa on arrival* Cape Verde Islands, visa on arrival Cayman Islands, 6 months Central African Rep., visa on arrival, 7 days Chile, 90 days China (Peoples Rep.), visa on arrival*, or 6 days in a tourist group Colombia, 90 days Comores Islands, visa on arrival Congo (Kinshasa), visa on arrival* Cook Islands, 31 days Costa Rica, 30 days Cuba, 30 days Djibouti (Rep.), visa on arrival, 1 month Dominican Republic, visa on arrival, Tourist card on arrival, 30 days Ecuador, 90 days Egypt (Arab Rep.), visa on arrival, 30 days Eritrea, visa on arrival*, 1 month Fiji, 4 months French Guiana, 15 days French West Indies, 15 days Gambia, visa on arrival Georgia, visa on arrival Ghana, visa on arrival* Gibraltar Grenada, 6 months Guyana, 6 months Haiti, 3 months Hong Kong (SAR China), 3 months Iran (Isl. Rep.), visa on arrival*, 15 days Iraq, visa on arrival* Ireland (Rep.) Israel, visa on arrival* Jamaica Jordan, visa on arrival Kazakhstan, visa on arrival* Kenya, visa on arrival, 3 months Kosovo (Rep.) Kuwait, visa on arrival*, 1 month Kyrgyzstan, visa on arrival*, 1 month Laos, visa on arrival, 30 days Lebanon, visa on arrival*, 6 months Lesotho, 14 days Liberia, visa on arrival* Lithuania, visa on arrival*, 10 days Macao (SAR China), 90 days Madagascar (Dem. Rep.), visa on arrival, 90 days Malawi, 90 days Malaysia, 2 months Maldives, visa on arrival, 30 days Mali, visa on arrival* Mauritius, 60-90 days Micronesia (Fed. St.), 30 days Mongolia, visa on arrival Montserrat, 3 months Mozambique, visa on arrival, 30 days Nauru, visa on arrival Nepal, visa on arrival Netherlands Antilles, 3 months Nicaragua, visa on arrival Niue, 30 days Palau Islands, visa on arrival*, 30 days Palestinian Territory Panama Peru, 183 days Philippines, 21 days Rwanda, visa on arrival* Samoa, visa on arrival, 60 days Sao Tome & Principe, visa on arrival*, 1 month Seychelles Sierra Leone, visa on arrival Singapore, 30 days Solomon Islands, visa on arrival, 3 months South Korea (Rep.), 3 months Sri Lanka (Rep.), visa on arrival St.Kitts & Nevis, 6 months St.Lucia, 6 weeks St.Vincent & Grenadines, 6 months Suriname, 90 days Syria, visa on arrival* Tanzania (United Rep.), visa on arrival, Visitor pass on arrival Timor Leste, visa on arrival, 30 days Togo, visa on arrival, 7 days Tonga, visa on arrival, 31 days Trinidad & Tobago Turkey, visa on arrival, 3 months Turkmenistan, visa on arrival*, 10 days Turks & Caicos Isl., 30 days Tuvalu, visa on arrival, 1 month Uganda, visa on arrival United Arab Emirates, visa on arrival*, 30 days United Kingdom (GB), 6 month Vanuatu, 30 days Venezuela, 90 days Vietnam, visa on arrival* Virgin Islands (British) Zambia, 90 days * Pre-arrangements required Transit Visa on arrival is available for visiting: Burkina Faso (24 hours), Chad (48 hours), Gabon (24 hours), Saudi Arabia (18 hours), Sudan (6 hours). Transit Without Visa (TWOV), without leaving the airport: Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Liechtenstein Schengen Space: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland; except for Norway (transit visa required). Where a visa is required, it can be easily obtained on common basis. Information about visa regimes is up to date as on 28 September 2010 according to T.I.M. (Travel Information Manual), Amsterdam, Netherlands. (MORE)

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