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The Passport (Fees) Regulations 2018

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2.—(1) In these Regulations—

“dependant” in relation to another person (“P”), means a person who is P’s husband, wife, civil partner, son, daughter, step son, step daughter, father, mother, grandson, granddaughter, grandfather or grandmother and who is financially dependent on P on the date on which the application is made;

“fast track collect service” means an application made in person, either by the applicant or by another person acting on behalf of the applicant, which is to be administered within seven working days of that application having been made, and which permits the applicant or another person acting on behalf of the applicant to collect the passport in person;

“fast track service” means an application made in person, either by the applicant or another person acting on behalf of the applicant, which is to be administered within seven working days of that application having been made;

“premium collect service” means an application made online, which is to be administered no sooner than within four hours of that application having been made, and which permits the applicant or another person acting on behalf of the applicant to collect the passport in person;

“premium service” means an application made in person, either by the applicant or another person acting on behalf of the applicant, which is to be administered within twenty-four hours of that application having been made;

“working day” means a day which is not a Saturday or Sunday, Christmas Day, Good Friday or a bank holiday under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971(1) in the part of the United Kingdom in which the application is administered.

(2) Subject to regulation 3(4), in these Regulations, any reference to the age of an applicant is a reference to their age on the day on which their application is made.

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