PASSPORT


A Bangladesh passport is a travel document issued by the Government of Bangladesh ONLY to its citizens for the purpose of international travel. It must be either in the custody of the bearer or of a person duly authorized by its bearer. If lost or destroyed, the fact and circumstances must be immediately reported to the Passport Office in Bangladesh or the nearest Bangladesh Mission and to the local police authorities.

Issuance of a passport can be denied on grounds of suppression of facts or submission of incorrect information. Any willful damage to passport or unauthorized changes/corrections on a passport will render it invalid.

To save your valuable time and to enable us to serve you better, please visit http://www.passport.gov.bd/ and submit MRP application online. You will receive a receipt after successful submission of your MRP application. Please print your receipt and bring the same at the High Commission as per your previously scheduled time for bio-metric endorsement.

Please check the spelling and accuracy of the data that you have provided while submitting your online application since these will be reflected in your passport.

a)Download and fill in Bangladesh MRP Application Form (DIP Form -1)
b)4 copies passport size photographs (40mm X 50mm) with the face clearly visible (no cap/covering etc.)
c)Old original passport
e)Relevant fees (Cash/Cashier check/Money order/Bank transfer with deposit slip)
g)National ID/Birth Certificate (must required)
h)Personal Presence is a must for due to bio-metric requirements
If the pages of a valid passport are exhausted, the holder can apply for a new passport following the same procedure as mentioned above.
If the passport is somehow considered damaged, the holder of the passport can have a new passport by surrendering damaged one and follow same procedure as mentioned above. In such cases, holder of the passport has to be personally present at the High Commission.

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