Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Government Increases Fast-Track Passport Fees

The Government has announced a notable hike in fees for fast-track passport applications, effective from May 8.

Under the new fee structure, the cost of a 72-page passport will rise to Rs18,500, while a 100-page passport will now cost Rs23,000.

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Additionally, machine-readable passports with a 10-year validity will incur the following fees:

- 36 pages: Rs16,200

- 72 pages: Rs25,200

- 100 pages: Rs32,000

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This increase follows a previous adjustment in fees for both ordinary and urgent passport applications.

Read: Karachi and Lahore to Offer 24/7 Passport Services for Citizens

Government officials assert that the fee adjustments are essential to offset the expenses associated with issuing new passports and to enhance the quality of passport services.

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