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The Passport (Fees) Regulations 2018

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Regulation 3

SCHEDULEFees Payable

PASSPORT APPLICATIONS MADE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
A.Administering an application for a 34 page passport made in the United Kingdom, including an application for replacing an expired passport, replacing a passport of restricted validity with a new passport of full validity, issuing a new passport with amended personal details or replacing a lost or stolen passport and, if the application is successful, issuing a 34 page passport —
(a)for an application made by post —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over but was born after 2nd September 1929£85
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£58.50
(b)for an application made online —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over but was born after 2nd September 1929£75.50
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£49
(c)for an application made online using the premium collect service —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over but was born after 2nd September 1929£177.00
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£151.00
(iii)where the applicant was born on or before 2nd September 1929£77.50
(d)for an application made in person —
(i)using the fast track service —
(aa)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over but was born after 2nd September 1929£142.00
(bb)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£122.00
(cc)where the applicant was born on or before 2nd September 1929£42.50
(ii)using the fast track collect service —
(aa)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over but was born after 2nd September 1929£164.50
(bb)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£142.00
(cc)where the applicant was born on or before 2nd September 1929£65.00
(iii)using the premium service —
(aa)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over but was born after 2nd September 1929£177.00
(bb)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£151.00
(cc)where the applicant was born on or before 2nd September 1929£77.50
B.Administering an application for a 50 page passport made in the United Kingdom, including an application for replacing an expired passport, replacing a passport of restricted validity with a new passport of full validity, issuing a new passport with amended personal details or replacing a lost or stolen passport and, if the application is successful, issuing a 50 page passport —
(a)for an application made by post —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over£95
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£68.50
(b)for an application made online —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over£85.50
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£59
(c)for an application made online using the premium collect service —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over£187.00
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£161.00
(d)for an application made in person —
(i)using the fast track service —
(aa)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over£152.00
(bb)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£132.00
(ii)using the fast track collect service —
(aa)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over£174.50
(bb)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£152.00
(iii)using the premium service —
(aa)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over£187.00
(bb)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£161.00
C.Administering an application for a collective passport made in the United Kingdom and, if the application is successful, issuing a collective passport —
(a)for an application made by post£39.00
(b)for an application made in person£54.00
For the purposes of this entry a “collective passport” is a collective travel document issued to parties of young persons pursuant to the “European agreement on travel by young persons on collective passports between the member countries of the Council of Europe” done at Paris, on 16th December 1961(1).
D.Arranging the return of supporting documents accompanying an application or up to four applications made in the United Kingdom for a 34 or 50 page passport or passports (as the case may be)£5.00
PASSPORT APPLICATIONS MADE OUTSIDE THE UNITED KINGDOM
E.Administering an application for a 34 page passport made outside the United Kingdom, including an application for replacing an expired passport, replacing a passport of restricted validity with a new passport of full validity, issuing a new passport with amended personal details or replacing a lost or stolen passport and, if the application is successful, issuing a 34 page passport —
(a)where the application is made by post and the applicant does not fall within paragraphs (c) to (f) —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over, but was born after 2nd September 1929£95.50
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£65.50
(b)where the application is made online and the applicant does not fall within paragraphs (c) to (f) below —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over, but born after 2nd September 1929£86
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£56
(c)where the applicant is —
(i)a member of, or attached to, Her Majesty’s Diplomatic Service, and the passport is applied for by the applicant in his or her official capacity£75.50
(ii)an officer of her Majesty’s Government, and the passport is applied for by the applicant in his or her official capacity£75.50
(d)where the applicant is —
(i)a member of, or attached to, Her Majesty’s Armed Forces, and the application is made in accordance with the procedure whereby applications are checked and submitted to Her Majesty’s Passport Office by Armed Forces personnel who are nominated for that purpose£85
(ii)a member of, or attached to, Her Majesty’s Armed Forces, and applies online£75.50
(e)where a passport is applied for by the applicant as a dependant of a person falling within paragraph (c) and the applicant is —
(i)16 years of age or over£75.50
(ii)under 16 years of age£49
(f)where a passport is applied for by the applicant as a dependant of a person falling withinparagraph (d) and the applicant is —
(i)16 years of age or over and applies online£75.50
(ii)under 16 years of age and applies online£49
(iii)16 years of age or over and applies by post£85
(iv)under 16 years of age and applies by post£58.50
F.Administering an application for a 50 page passport made outside the United Kingdom, including an application for replacing an expired passport, replacing a passport of restricted validity with a new passport of full validity, issuing a new passport with amended personal details or replacing a lost or stolen passport and, if the application is successful, providing a 50 page passport —
(a)where the application is made by post and the applicant does not fall within paragraph (c) or (d) —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over£105.50
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£75.50
(b)where the application is made online and the applicant does not fall within paragraph (c) or (d) below —
(i)where the applicant is 16 years of age or over£96
(ii)where the applicant is under 16 years of age£66
(c)Where the applicant is —
(i)a member of, or attached to, Her Majesty’s Armed Forces, and the application is made in accordance with the procedure whereby applications are checked and submitted to Her Majesty’s Passport Office by Armed Forces personnel who are nominated for that purpose£109.50
(ii)a member of, or attached to, Her Majesty’s Armed Forces, and applies online£94.00
(d)Where a passport is applied for by the applicant in his or her capacity as a dependant of a person falling within paragraph (c) and the applicant is —
(i)16 years of age or over and applies online£94.00
(ii)under 16 years of age and applies online£67.50
(iii)16 years of age or over and applies by post£109.50
(iv)under 16 years of age and applies by post£83.00
G.Arranging delivery of a passport for an application made outside the United Kingdom for a 34 or 50 page passport and if the application is successful delivering the passport —
(a)to an address in the United Kingdom (including British Forces Post Office address)£5.00
(b)to a United Kingdom embassy, High Commission or consulate by diplomatic channels£11.41
(c)to an address, not being one of the above, specified by the applicant or the Secretary of State£9.70
H.Arranging the return of supporting documents accompanying an application or applications (up to a maximum of 4 applications) made outside the United Kingdom for a 34 or 50 page passport —
(a)to an address in the United Kingdom£5.00
(b)to an overseas address specified by the applicant or the Secretary of State, where the applicant (or one of the applicants) was born after the 2nd September 1929£10.16
I.Forwarding an application or up to four applications made outside the United Kingdom for a 34 or 50 page passport to a passport office in the United Kingdom to be administered —
where the applicant (or one of the applicants) was born after 2nd September 1929£13.31
(1)

European agreement on travel by young persons on collective passports between the member countries of the Council of Europe” done at Paris, on 16th December 1961 (Council of Europe - European Treaty Series - No. 37).

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