Passport Fees Around The World 2017

Passport Fees Around The World 2017

Here are the passport fees around the world originally based on a older British Passport Office list. The old original PDF-file can be downloaded here. Updated data are as following, coming from readers and web sources (passport office if possible). However the list and its data are incomplete, but will try to update from time to time.

Remark: All data are for an adult standard passport!

Country

Fees
USD

Validity (years)

ePassport

United Kingdom

  $90

10

Yes

Argentina

$35

10

Yes

Australia

$106
$212

5
10

Yes

Austria

$80

10

Yes

Belgium

$100

7

Yes

Brazil

$82

10

Yes

Bulgaria

$22

5

Yes

Canada

$90
$120

5
10

Yes

China

$29

10

Yes

China Hong Kong SAR

$32

10

Yes

Croatia

$55

10

Yes

Cuba

$100
($375
if in USA)

  6  No

Cyprus

$60

10

Yes

Czech Republic

???

10

Yes

Denmark

$90

10

Yes

Estonia

???

10

Yes

Finland

$50

5

Yes

France

$90

10

Yes

Germany

$60

10

Yes

Greece

$28

5

Yes

Hungary

$50

10

Yes

Iceland

$70

10

Yes

India

$23

10

No

Indonesia

$15

5

Yes

Ireland

$80

10

Yes

Israel

$75

10

Yes

Italy

$135

10

Yes

Japan

$115

10

Yes

Latvia

$29

5

Yes

Lithuania

???

10

Yes

Luxembourg

$30

5

Yes

Malaysia

$30

5

Yes

Malta

$70

10

Yes

Mexico

$155

10

Yes

Netherlands

$60

5

Yes

New Zealand

$150

10

Yes

Norway

$50

10

Yes

Poland

$35

10

Yes

Portugal

$60

5

Yes

Republic of Korea

???

10

Yes

Romania

$65

5

Yes

Russian Federation

$42

10

Yes

Singapore

$115

5

Yes

Slovakia

$35

10

Yes

Slovenia

$35

10

Yes

South Africa

$14

10

Yes

Spain

$25

10

Yes

Sweden

$40

5

Yes

Switzerland

$140

10

Yes

Thailand

$29

5

Yes

Trinidad & Tobago

$20

10

No

Turkey

$268

5

Yes

USA

$135

10

Yes

Passport Fees Around The World 2017

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32 comments for “Passport Fees Around The World 2017

  1. Мінак
    5 March, 2017 at 00:21

    Belarus – 10 years, no chip, 12 USD

    • 5 March, 2017 at 07:02

      Excellent! Thank you! Cheers, Tom

  2. Mike
    27 February, 2017 at 02:26

    I got you some current data

    Sweden:
    Passport, valid 5 years, biometric chip: 350 kr ($39)
    Schengen valid national ID-card, chipped: 400 kr ($45)

    Estonia:
    Passport, valid 10 years, biometric chip: 40 € ($42)
    Schengen valid national ID-card, chipped: 25 € ($26)
    (ID-card + passport at the same time): 50 € ($53)
    Non-chipped passport (1 year expiry): 29 € ($31)

    Sources:
    https://www.politsei.ee/en/teenused/riigiloivud/riigiloivu-maarad/isikut-toendavad-dokumendid/index.dot
    https://polisen.se/Service/Pass-och-id-kort/
    https://www.oanda.com/currency/converter/

    • 27 February, 2017 at 18:04

      Hello Mike, thank you very much for your input. Appreciated! Cheers, Tom

  3. Ricardo Escalante
    26 February, 2017 at 20:27

    Hi! The Guatemalan passport is a 32 page, five year antiquity. Although machine readable it is not electronic although it is due to transition. The cost for an ordinary one is 35$.

    Lovely website! I am hooked!

    • 27 February, 2017 at 18:04

      Hello Ricardo, thank you too very much for your input. Appreciated! Cheers, Tom

  4. Adil
    14 January, 2014 at 03:33

    Kazakhstan – 48 USD, valid for 10 years. About 30 countries is not requiring visas for KZ citizens. Russia and Kyrgyzstan accepts border crossing with internal ID card which is cost about 2 USD with 10 years validity.

    • 14 January, 2014 at 08:13

      Thank you for the update! Regards, Tom.

  5. Burcu
    30 December, 2013 at 21:30

    I’d like to update the Turkish passport costs(2013):

    6 months: 164,55 TL
    1 year: 207,2 TL
    2 years: 292,65 TL
    3 years: 385,25 TL
    4-10 years: 513,4 TL (176€)

    • 2 January, 2014 at 12:57

      Thank you Burcu for the update! Best regards + happy new year, Tom

  6. Anonymous
    9 October, 2013 at 12:26

    Just to update. The Canadian adult passport now costs $160 for 10 years one. The five-year one now costs $120. And it is e-passport.

  7. Alioune
    20 August, 2013 at 02:24

    Mauritania passport of 64 pages cost 312€ for 3 years

    • 20 August, 2013 at 10:22

      WOW, that’s pretty expensive Alioune. Thx for the update! Best regards Tom

  8. Phalla
    7 February, 2013 at 13:16

    Cambodian Passport 135$ for 32 pages valid for 3 years and able to extend two times (2 years extension).
    One week passport cost 250$.

    • 7 February, 2013 at 15:14

      Thank you for the update!

  9. Andrea
    9 January, 2013 at 17:38

    Hi, thank you for your interesting article. I am an italian citizen and I would like to update you regarding italian passport. Although as you said the issuing cost is 42.50 euro, in Italy there is a really ridiculous system concerning the “validity of passport”. If you wanna make use of your passport, every year you have to pay a tax of 40,29 euro. Therefore, when you ask the authority for passport issuing, the total money you pay is already 82,79 euro. Then, every year, you will have to attach a stamp proving you paid the tax (type: “bollo passaporto” on google images to see how it looks like), outbound/inbound will be allowed even without the stamp, but you will be fined by authorities. Therefore this indirect cost brings up the cost of passport to 42,5 euro + 40,29×10 years. 445,40 euro, that is at today’s change 582.50 US dollars.

  10. Rabbit Lab
    28 June, 2012 at 16:22

    As June 2012 regular biometric Turkish passport prices:

    6 months: TRL 143.00 (USD 78.28)
    1 year: TRL 180.10 (USD 98.59)
    2 years: TRL 254.40 (USD 139.27)
    3 years: TRL 334.90 (USD 183.34)
    4 – 10 years: TRL 446.35 (USD 244.36)

    Addition to this Turkish citizens pay TRL 15.00 (USD 8.21) each time they go abroad.

    Other biometric Turkish passports (issued for state officers, etc. and valid up to 10 years) price is TRL 62.50 (USD 34.21)

    • 30 June, 2012 at 07:07

      Thank you for updating us un the Turkish passport fees.

  11. Michael
    2 April, 2012 at 04:11

    The Australian passport costs $233AUD which is over $240 USD for a Standard passport valid for 10 years. This makes it number 2 below Turkey. From the research that I have done Turkey have released also a cheaper passport now valid for 5 years.

    • 2 April, 2012 at 07:11

      Thank you Michael, indeed quite a price for a passport.

  12. Gil
    8 March, 2012 at 02:10

    The standard Malaysian passport costs MYR 300 (around USD 100) and has 48 pages (5 years validity). The fees mentioned in the report are for the old 64-pages version which is not longer available. They had a cheaper 32-pages version as well.
    The fees for Singapore are wrong too. It costs SGD 70 (USD 55) for applications made online and SGD 80 (USD 63) for personal applications at the counter. It’s 5 years valid and contains 64 pages. Remaining validity in the old passport will be added to the validity term.

    • 8 March, 2012 at 06:25

      Hi Gil, thx for sharing. Yes the mentioned costs are not always correct. Same for the Thai passport. As Thailand is my 2nd home I know the cost for a normal passport is just 1000 THB (33$) and not as mentioned 62$. The document is normaly delivered within just one week. I was visiting the passport office once with a Thai friend and was impressed about their modern and speedy procedure.

  13. Maximiliano
    7 March, 2012 at 18:41

    Hi Tom, the argentinean passport cost u$d 30,delivery by mail in two weeks, but if you wish it in 48Hs it coast a steep u$d 200. Now the validity is ten years.

    • 7 March, 2012 at 19:12

      Hi Max, thanks for another update. By the way can you confirm the 140$ for a Brazilian passport? My last German passport was issued in Thailand (extended version with 48 pages) and cost me unbelivable 260$. But I didn`t had a choice the old passport was not expired but didn`t had any blank pages left. Regards. Tom

  14. Ivan Tsang
    7 March, 2012 at 13:25

    For persons aged 16 or above (valid for 10 years)

    * 32 pages – HK$370 (or US$48)
    * 48 pages – HK$460 (or US$59)

    For children aged under 16 (valid for 5 years)

    * 32 pages – HK$185 (or US$24)
    * 48 pages – HK$230 (or US$29.5)

    This is the free of a Hong Kong Biometric Passport

    • 7 March, 2012 at 13:30

      Another addition, great. Thx Ivan.

  15. Albert
    7 March, 2012 at 09:48

    Russia: E-passport with 10 years validity – 2500 Roubles (about 80 US dollars), older version passport (without RFID chip) with 5 years validity – 1000 Roubles (about 33 US dollars)

    • 7 March, 2012 at 09:57

      Thank you Albert. Didn`t realized that Russian Federation was missing. Best regards Tom.

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