About Us Passport for New Born

High Commission of India,  London

Fresh Passport to New Born Child

A new passport is issued to children born in United Kingdom to the resident Indian parent / parents. To apply for a passport, the child’s birth has to be first registered with the High Commission of India, London within one year from the date of birth. Details of Birth-Registration may be seen in the relevant section of website.

Document required:

  1. Duly completed and printed application form (https://embassy.passportindia.gov.in)
  2. Two white background colour photographs with size 2” x 2” (51mm x 51mm) (Please refer to the photo specification mentioned in general guidelines),
  3. Self-attested copy of Biometric Resident Card (BRP) Card.
  4. Self-attested copy of Birth certificate copy issued by High Commission of India, London.
  5. Self-attested copy of Birth Certificate issued by the concerned UK authority.
  6. Self-attested copies of both parents’ passports (first and last pages), BRP cards and UK Entry visas.
  7. Self-attested copy of proof of current address.
  8. Duly filled-in Annexure D signed by both parents [Download].
  9. Self-attested copy of Marriage Certificate of parents
  10. Fee : Please see Fee-Structure


Physical presence of the child is not mandatory. Both the parents are required to visit one of VFS Centres in UK with their original passport. If both are not able to visit VFS centre, one parent can visit with the Original Passports of both parents and authority-letter from the other parent.

* Both parents must sign the application in the relevant column of the application form.

P.S.:-Originals must be produced for verification at the time of submission of application and all photocopies must be self-attested.


Kindly note that if any person (either FATHER OR MOTHER) has ceased to be a citizen of India under sub-section (1) of Section 8 of the Citizenship Act, 1955 due to renouncement of Indian citizenship, every minor child of that person shall cease to be a citizen of India under sub- section (2) of Section 8 of the Citizenship Act, 1955. However, such child may, within one year after attaining full age, make a declaration in the prescribed form and manner that he/ she wishes to resume Indian citizenship.