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Service options, fees and processing times

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Processing times

Standard Up to 20 working days (approximately 4 weeks)
Express Up to 5 working days (approximately 1 week)
Emergency Same Day – restricted validity passport (12 months) - specific requirements must be met

Fees and service options

The fees below will be effective from the 21 May 2018

Adult Passports

10 year validity – 16 years of age and over

These fees are for all adult passports (renewals, first time applicants, amendments and replacements)

Standard Service (up to 20 working days) £85.00

Express Service (up to 5 working days) £142.00

If you wish to have your original documents and/or cancelled passport returned to you by registered post, there is an additional fee of £4.00 payable for each application. 

If you were born on or before 2 September 1929 you are eligible for a free standard 10 year passport. If you need to use the Express or Emergency service, you will need to pay the relevant fee.

Child Passports

5 year validity – up to 16 years of age.

These fees are for all child passports (renewals, first time applicants, amendments and replacements)

Standard Service (up to 20 working days) £58.50

Express Service (up to 5 working days) £122.00

If you wish to have your original documents and/or cancelled passport returned to you by registered post, there is an additional fee of £4.00 payable for each application. 

Emergency Travel Document

12 month validity

Adult Emergency Travel Document (same day) £177.00

Child Emergency Travel Document (same day) £151.00

There are specific requirements that must be met to be eligible for an Emergency Travel Document. Please visit emergency travel document for further information.

Overseas passports

The power to issue Isle of Man variant British passports is derived from the Royal Prerogative. The Isle of Man Passport Office may issue an Isle of Man variant British Passport to a British national resident in the Isle of Man at the time the application is made; or a person who was born in the Isle of Man and who is resident in the United Kingdom at the time the application is made. British citizens resident in the United Kingdom must apply to Her Majesty’s Passport Office unless they were born on the Isle of Man. 

An applicant resident overseas must apply online through the overseas passport services of Her Majesty’s Passport Office here www.gov.uk/overseas-passports.

Payment methods

Public Counter- Standard Service: Cheque, cash, credit/debit cards or postal orders

Public Counter- Express Service: Cash, credit/debit cards or postal orders

Post Application- Standard Service: Cheque, credit/debit cards (on the completed payment form) or postal orders

Postal Application- Express Service: Credit/debit cards (on the completed payment form) or postal orders.

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