How to Apply for a New Passport for your Child in Pakistan

Children can no longer be built-in on their parents’ or guardians’ passports and this is intended to create international travel more secure for children. In order to travel, each child has to have their own passport. The forms and documents you require to submit may be dissimilar, depending on where you are. In Pakistan, the Consulate General in Karachi believes passport applications for the residents of the Sindh and Balochistan provinces.

New Passport for your Child 2022

Steps of Passport/ ID card procedure under German Law

(according to your situation)

Standard Processing Time;

Fees (PKR in cash only)

Submitting your Application and Document verification:

If you apply for a German passport/ ID card for the first time, your Pakistani certificates and other documents will need to be verified.

passport fee

(see passport fee chart below)

at least 4 months

50,000 PKR (with Afghan certificates: 90,000 PKR)

Your name under German law:

You need to make a name declaration that will be confirmed by a German union council (“Standesamt”) if you apply for a German passport/ ID card:

  1. for the first time
  2. for the first German child only
  3. if your name has changed (e. g. after marriage or divorce)

(In the last case your Pakistani marriage or divorce certificate will need to be verified before the name declaration, see above: “Document verficiation”, at least 4 months, 50,000 PKR and 90,000 for Afghan)

at least 2 months

 

approx. 10,000 – 15,000 PKR

Biometrics:

From age 6 on you need to give your fingerprints.

printing of passport needs 4-5 weeks from day of biometrics

Passport/ ID card collection:

You need to collect your passport/ ID card in person.

After you’ve paid and submit the application, you’ll require asking an important person to verify your child’s identity. The new requirements mean more work for parents to obtain passports for their children. The signatures of the guardians granting permission must be suitably witnessed. List of witnesses will tell you who can spectator your child’s passport application.

For Adults (18 Years +):

  1. Original Passport (mandatory) + Photocopy
  2. Original valid CNIC/NICOP/Smart Card (mandatory) + Photocopy

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The Embassy in Islamabad is in indicted for all other provinces and areas in Pakistan and as a matter of principle, passports require to be practical for in person and in writing. In this case we will have to request the accountable German passport authority for its approval and we will have to charge a non-jurisdiction. As per the vision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, the facilitation of Overseas Pakistanis is the top precedence of the Directorate General of Immigration & Passports (DGIP).

For Children Under 18 Years:

  1. Father’s Original valid Passport (mandatory) + Photocopy
  2. Father’s Original valid CNIC/NICOP (mandatory) + Photocopy
  3. Mother’s Original valid Passport (mandatory) + Photocopy
  4. Mother’s Original valid CNIC/NICOP (mandatory) + Photocopy
  5. Child Original Passport (mandatory) + Photocopy
  6. Child Original valid Form B/NICOP/ Smart NICOP + Photocopy
  7. Father and Mother Personal Presence along with child (Mandatory)
  8. In case of separation custody papers from court duly attested From Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan and UAE

Note: In Case of Dual Nationality Orignal Foreign Passport along with photo copies (Mandatory)

For New Born Babies:

  1. Child Original Birth Certificate Attested (mandatory) + Photocopy (Attested from Ministry of Foreign Affairs UAE)
  2. Child Original NICOP (mandatory) + Photocopy
  3. Father’s Original valid Passport (mandatory) + Photocopy
  4. Father’s Original valid CNIC/NICOP (mandatory) + Photocopy
  5. Mother’s Original valid Passport (mandatory) + Photocopy
  6. Mother’s Original valid CNIC/NICOP (mandatory) + Photocopy
  7. Father and Mother Personal Presence along with child (Mandatory)
  • If Father/Mother is other national need NOC from Consulate
  • Sworn Affidavit / Personal NOC Required if Father or Mother is foreign national attested from concerned consulate/Embassy

Note: In Case of Dual Nationality Orignal Foreign Passport along with photo copies (Mandatory)

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