“Discover the hassle-free world of e-Passports in Pakistan with the government’s simplified fee structure effective January 2024. Standardized fees, more options, and efficient processing for a seamless travel experience. Embrace the future of passport issuance with clarity, accessibility, and modern technology.”
The Government of Pakistan wants to make it easier for people to get e-passports. Starting in January 2024, they have changed the fees to make it simpler for everyone. Here are the important points:
- Standard Fees:
- For a regular 36-page e-passport that lasts for five years, the cost is now Rs 9,000.
- If you want a 36-page e-passport that lasts for ten years, the fee is Rs13,000.
- More Passport Options:
- If you choose a 72-page e-Passport that lasts for five years, it will cost Rs15,000.
- The 72-page e-passport with a ten-year validity period is available for a fixed fee of Rs 24,000.
- Same Fees Everywhere:
- The new fees are the same across all provinces of Pakistan. This makes it fair for everyone.
- Easier to Get:
- The goal of these changes is to make it easier for more people to get e-passports. The government wants to help citizens get this important travel document.
- Clear and Predictable:
- The new fee structure is clear. People can plan and budget better because they know how much it will cost.
- Faster Processing:
- The new fees are meant to make the passport process faster. This way, people don’t have to wait for a long time to get their passports.
- Using New Technology:
- The government wants to keep up with new technology. The changes in fees are part of this effort to make the passport process better.
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This is a good step by the government to make it easier for people to get e-passports. They hope that citizens will use the new fee system, making the process simple and helping everyone travel more smoothly. As we start the new year, the government wants to make sure that getting an e-passport is easy for all Pakistani citizens.