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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • CONSULAR PASSPORT FEES

  • Fees for passports and temporary passports issued abroad are specified in the Ordinance of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on consular fees.

     

    Consular passport fees are as follows:

     

     

    -     a 10-year passport - £ 88,
     

    -     a 10-year passport for learning young people aged 13 to 18, for students under the edge of 26, pensioners, invalids and veterans (on the basis of documents proving the right to fee allowance) - £ 44,
     

    -     a 5-year passport for children aged 0 to 13 -  £ 28,
     

    -     a temporary passport issued for a period of waiting for a 10-year passport - £ 12,
     

    -     a temporary passport for children, learning young people, for students under the edge of 26, pensioners, invalids and veterans (on the basis of documents proving the right to fee allowance) – £ 24,

     

    -     a temporary passport for an adult - £ 32,

     

    -     a new passport issued before the expiry of the current passport, if the passport has been lost or destroyed for reasons attributable to the passport’s holder - £ 262,

     

    -     a new passport issued for a minor child before the expiry of the current passport, if the passport has been lost or destroyed for reasons attributable to the parent of a passport’s holder - £ 167.

     

    The following persons are exempted from the passport fee:

     

    • persons over 70,
    • persons living in social welfare centres or care centres or benefiting from social assistance and receiving a permanent allowance, if they travel abroad to receive a long-term therapy or undergo surgery,
    • persons who applied for passport replacement due to its technical default,
    • soldiers sent to serve abroad, excluding professional soldiers.

     

    The following persons are entitled to a 50% passport fee allowance:

     

    • pensioners, disabled persons exclusively dependent on their spouses,
    • persons living in social welfare centres or care centres or benefiting of social assistance and receiving a permanent allowance,
    • combatants and other victims of war and post-war repressions,
    • minors and students.

     

    A discounted passport fee applies to:

     

    • a change of surname, name or other data included in the passport,
    • a change of physical appearance of the passport holder, which may hinder their identification,
    • the lack of free space for visas and stamps confirming passing the border in the current valid passport.

     

    A double fee is collected when:

     

    • the previous passport has been lost or destroyed for reasons attributable to owner.