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PASSPORT


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THE PROCEDURE OF THE ISSUE OF THE BIOMETRIC PASSPORT:

  • Step one : lodging  the application:
  • The application should be made directly to the Moroccan General Consulate in London.
  • The documents required  are listed below:
  • Step two: lodging the application :
  • The application for the biometric passport should be made by the applicant or his/her legal representative to the Consulate General of the Kingdom of Morocco in London. The presence of the applicant is  compulsory ( even in the case of an underage)
  • Step 3 : following up the application
  • The applicant may track the process of his/her biometric passport application by logging to ‘’suivi de la demande ‘’ on www.passeport.ma  website.
  • Step 4 : Collection of the biometric passport :

Biometric passports can be collected at the Consulate General in London after a period of process provided that the applicant presents the following documents;

  • Receipt of the deposit of the application.
  • The original passport or the declaration of loss of property (passport) issued by the competent local authority.

THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  • Adults :
  • Copy of  a valid original Electronic Moroccan Identity Card*
  • 2 personal pictures for the passport
  • Stamp fee of 600 Dirhams converted in pounds
  • The old passport in case of renewal or declaration of loss or theft if this is the case.
  • A valid consular card.

Adults without a valid Identity Card are required to submit the additional documents listed as follows:

  • Copy of the receipt of the application for the 1st issue or renewal of the Identity card delivered by the General Administration of the National Police or by the service in charge at the Consulate General of the Kingdom of Morocco in London.
  • A birth certificate or an extract copy from the registrar of birth.
  • A valid consular card.

The adults placed under care should provide the additional following document:

  • Legal proof showing the capacity of the representative and his/her relation with the person cared for
  • – Under age  of 12 and above
  • Copy of the receipt issued by the General Administration the National Police or by the ID service at the Moroccan General Consulate in London following the finger prints taking.
  • A birth certificate or an extract copy from the registrar of birth.
  • A valid consular card.
  • 2 personal pictures for the passport.
  • Legal proof showing the capacity of the representative and his/her relationship with the minor.
  • A stamp fee of 600.00 Dirhams converted in pounds.
  • The old passport in case of renewal or declaration of loss or theft if this is the case.

The minors non holders of Identity cards are required to have their finger prints taken by the competent registration centre of the DGSN and providing a copy of the receipt showing that they have made an application for the biometric passport along with the requested documents for their Identity cards applications.
The minors holders of an Identity card are exempt from this procedure and the representation of the following documents:

  • Copy of the receipt of issued by DGSN or the service in charge at the General Consulate in London following the procedure of the digital finger prints taking.
  • A birth certificate or an extract copy from the registrar of birth.
  • A valid consular card   .

    Minors under 12 years old :

  • A birth certificate or an extract copy from the registrar of birth.
  • A valid consular card.
  • 2 personal pictures for the passport.
  • Legal proof showing  the capacity of the representative and his/her relationship with the minor
  • A stamp fee of 600.00 dirhams converted in pounds
  • The old passport in case of renewal or declaration of loss or theft if this is the case.

The Minors holders of a valid Identity card are exempt from the representation of the following documents:

    • A birth certificate or an extract copy from the registrar of birth.
    • A valid Consular card.

     

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