How do I apply for a passport?
If you are a citizen of Barbados, you may apply for a passport from the Immigration Department
in Barbados, or at one of Barbados' diplomatic and consular missions abroad.
To schedule an appointment, click here
- If you are more than 16 years of age, you should complete an 'Application for a Barbados Passport'
Form A in
your own hand-writing.
- Use Block Letters for all names except your signature.
Applications for children under the age of 16 should be made on Form B.
The application form should be accompanied by two (2) photographs.
The photographs should not be more than five (5)
centimetres by five (5) centimetres and should be taken by a professional photographer.
Please ensure that you sign your name in the boxes provided at the bottom of page two of the application form as
well as the Declaration at Section 11, page four.
The Form and one (1) photograph must also be certified by a person authorised to act as a guarantor.
Specimens of passport Forms A and Forms B
The fees for Passports are as follows.
The fees for passports issued by our diplomatic missions overseas vary from
mission to mission. You should therefore check with the respective mission
regarding the fee schedule.
|New Passport Fees Effective December 01, 2010|
|Minor’s Passport (under 16)
|Emergency Passport / Travel document
|Replacement of Lost Passport
|Urgent Passport (required in 1 day)
|Urgent Passport (required in 2-5 days)
All applicants should submit their original birth certificate or proof of
citizenship along with their application.
If you do not have an original birth certificate, you may apply for one at the
Registration Office, Supreme Court Complex, Whitepark Road,St. Michael,