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Hi Seniors,

My baby is due in a couple of weeks and my application is on hold now. Can you please tell me the procedure for passport of newborn?

Do I have to take the baby to passport office? I don't think that's a good idea. Please tell me which documents are required for that.

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Hi Tahir,

You have to visit passport office with your baby and complete the due procedure. there is no exception for new born baby.

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Irfan
 

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Ok Here's the answer to my question. I had my baby's passport recently.

- Obtain Birth Letter from hospital
- Obtain Computerized Birth Certificate from Union Conucil office in your UC (2-3 days - 200PKR fee) (Need copies of father's and mothers CNIC and copy of Birth Letter from Hospital)
- Obtain B-Form from Nadra (50 rupees normal, 500 executive, 5-7 days) (Copies of Father, Mother CNIC, Computerized Birth Certificate of UC, Either father or mother has to go in person, no need to bring baby)
- Go for passport (3000PKR normal feel, take baby, either father or mother has to go, original CNIC of father and mother, B-form)

Hope it helps
 
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This is how long it took me for each task
I am permanent resident living in Sydney

Birth Certificate 15/07/2017 21/08/2017 37 days
Birth Registration 22/08/2017 24/08/2017 2 days
Citizenship Evidenece 22/08/2017 8/09/2017 17 days
Nicop 25/08/2017 12/09/2017 18 days
Passport 9/09/2017 25/09/2017 16 days
 
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