Service options, fees and processing times
The Isle of Man Passport Office does not provide updates as to what stage individual passport applications are at.
|Standard If you have paid for the Standard Service, your passport will take 20 working days to be received. This is from the date your application was paid for|
|Express If you have paid for the Express Service, your passport will take 5 working days to be received from the date your application was paid for|
|Emergency If you have paid for the Emergency Service, your passport will usually be available the same working day unless your application is received after 3pm in which case it will be issued the next working day.|
Please note these service times should not be taken as a guarantee. Whilst every effort is made to meet them, circumstances beyond our control may prevent the delivery of the passport in the specified timescales above.
Fees and service options
Adult Passports - 16 years of age and over
|Adult Emergency Travel Document||£177.00|
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
|Child Emergency Travel Document||£151.00|
- Payment can be made at the public counter by Cheque, cash, credit/debit cards or postal orders
- Applications made by post can be paid for by cheque, postal orders or credit/debit cards, using the completed payment form
- Cheques are not acceptable for express or emergency service passport applications
- Cheques should be made payable to Isle of Man Government
- If you wish to have your original documents and/or cancelled passport returned to you by registered post, there is an additional fee of £5.00 payable for each application
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.
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.
Cheques should be made payable to Isle of Man Government