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Passports for Children (under the age of 18)

Note: As from 26 June 2012 children are no longer able to travel on their parents' passports.

    You are kindly requested to make an appointment prior to visiting the Embassy by sending an email to isbambvisa@um.dk. Your appointment will be confirmed by the Consular Section by return email. The waiting time for an appointment at the Embassy is approximately 1 week.  
      Please be aware that school and summer holidays are the Embassy's peak periods. Therefore, if you wish to make an appointment at the Embassy during these periods, contact the Embassy well in advance.

    Collection of new passports at the Embassy according to appointment takes place from Monday to Thursday between 9.00 a.m. and 12.00 p.m.. Please bring your old passport for cancellation.

      All applications must be submitted in person (regardless of age) at the Embassy.
      As part of your application, the Embassy will take a digital photograph and collect two fingerprints (index fingers) and a digital signature.

    Processing Times

    All passports are issued in Denmark and take approximately 4 weeks to process. During peak periods, passports can take up to 5 or 6 weeks to process.

Required Documents

In order to submit an application for a passport, please follow the guidelines listed below and check off the list as you proceed. Passport applications which do not include all of the documentation listed below will not be accepted. Please be aware that the Embassy has the right to ask for further documentation, if it deems necessary.

1. APPLICATION FORM: Please fill out and sign one complete application form per person. To download the form, please click here.

2. FIRST-TIME PASSPORT: If you are born in Pakistan and applying for a Danish passport in Pakistan for the first time, you are required to provide Proof of Danish Citizenship (Indfødsretsbevis). An application for Proof of Danish Citizenship is submitted to the Ministry of Immigration and Integration. For more information please click here.

2.1. RENEWAL OF PASSPORT: Applicants born in Pakistan who are applying for a renewal of their Danish Passport in Pakistan, are required to provide Proof of Danish Citizenship (Indfødsretsbevis). An application for Proof of Danish Citizenship is submitted to the Ministry of Immigration and Integration. For more information please click here.

Please note that persons over the age of 18 living in Pakistan who wish to renew their Danish passport, may also be required by the Embassy to proof their Danish Citizenship. This depends upon an individual assessment made by the Embassy. In the event the Embassy makes such a requirement, the Embassy will inform you how to obtain the Proof of Danish Citizenship (Indfødsretsbevis).

3. PHOTOGRAPH: The Embassy will take digital photographs of the applicant. However, as it can difficult to capture a suitable digital photograph of children under the age of 3, it is advisable to bring a normal passport photograph to the Embassy which can then be scanned. For more information regarding the requirements for passports photos, please click here. The Embassy will collect fingerprints of children over the age of 12, and a digital signature from children over the age of 5.

4. ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Applicants are required to provide their original birth certificate along with an English translation. The original birth certificate must be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Please note, that both parents' names must appear on the original birth certificate. 

5. PARENTAL CONESENT: Both parents must fill in and sign the parental consent section on page 3 of the application form.

If one parent has sole custody of the child, documentation must be provided, e.g. Danish separation/divorce papers or a court order, which must be attested by Ministry of Foreign Affairs. If the document is in local language, the applicant must provide an English translated copy and certification from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

If one parent is living abroad (not Pakistan) and can therefore not sign the parental consent section on page 3 of the application form, please follow the following guidelines:

a) If the parent is living in Denmark, he/she must contact the nearest Borgerservice Office (Passport Issuing Office) in order to complete the Danish Passport Consent Form. Afterwards, the Borgerservice Office must forward the consent form by e-mail (isbambvisa@um.dk) to the Danish Embassy in Islamabad along with a copy of the parents' passport (with signature page).

b) If the parent is living outside Pakistan or Denmark, he/she must contact a Danish Embassy or Consulate in the country of his/her residence, in order to complete the Danish Passport Consent Form. Afterwards, the Danish Embassy or Consulate must forward the Consent Form by email (isbambvisa@um.dk) to the Danish Embassy in Islamabad along with a copy of the parents' passport (with signature page).

6. PARENTS' PASSPORTS: The application form must be submitted together with both parents' passports for verification of signatures. 

7. PARENTS' ORIGINAL MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE AND MARRIAGE REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE: The applicants' parents' original marriage certificate along with its English translation and the Marriage Registration Certificate issued by the Union Council where the marriage is registered at NADRA’s official paper must be presented (all documents must be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs).

8. ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF DANISH NATIONALITY: If the applicant has obtained Danish nationality after he/she was born, the application form must be submitted along with the original Certificate of Danish Nationality.

9. NAME CHANGE: If the applicant has changed his/her name after the applicant's current passport was issued, the applicant must providethe original documentation as proof of identity. For more information, please click here.

Embassy Service Fees

For more information regarding the Embassy service fees, please click here.

Please note that extensions/emergency passports are free of charge if the applicant applies for a new passport simultaneously.