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How Long And How Much It Costs To Apply For A Zimbabwean Passport

Applying for a Zimbabwean passport is now simpler and less stressful . One has options to apply for either a diplomatic, ordinary or urgent passport. Passport fees range from US$35 to US$315 . Passports can be issued either within a day , 3 days or 3 weeks.

How Long And How Much It Costs To Apply For A Zimbabweans Passport
How Long And How Much It Costs To Apply For A Zimbabweans Passport

How Long And How Much It Costs To Apply For A Zimbabweans Passport

The documents offered are :

• Passport (Diplomatic, Service and Ordinary passport).
• Temporary Travel Documents (TTDs).
Requirements:
• All applications to be submitted and passports to be collected in person.
• Original documents and photocopies of the following to be produced:
• Long birth certificate.
• National Identity Card.
• Marriage Certificate/National Identity Card in married name/divorce order.
• Two color photographs (size 3.5 x 4.5cm).
• Citizenship certificate (for citizen by registration).
• Old passport/ Temporary Travel Document if any.
• For lost or stolen passport attach the police report.
Original documents will be returned to the owner while photocopies will be attached to the application.
• The father/mother or other legal guardian of children under 18 years must sign section 5 of the passport application form. Legal guardian’s “Documentary proof “ should be in a form of court order from the High Court or community in the case of divorced parents.
• Take note that loss of a passport should be immediately reported to the nearest police and passport office.
• Statutory fees paid on application:
  • Ordinary passport – (6 weeks ) US$50.
  • Executive passport (1 day) – US$315.
  • Urgent passport (3 working days) – US$250.
  • Temporary Travel Document – US$35.
  • Passport Application forms (P1 form) – US$3.
  • Ordinary passport old type – US$50.
  • Search fee – US$5.
  • Temporary Travel Document Form – US$3.

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