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Home Office Announces Passport Fees Set To Rise From April

Home Office Announces Passport Fees Set To Rise From April

The Home Office has declared a 7% hike in the passport fees next month. According to the proposals, the cost of submitting online applications within the UK will jump from £82.50 to £88.50 for people aged 16 and above. Furthermore, the cost of passports for children under 16 will rise from £53.50 to £57.50.

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Similarly, the fees for postal and overseas applications will also be increased. Subject to parliamentary approval, these changes will become effective on April 11.

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The Home Office stated that the increased income from these applications will cover the cost of passport delivery and associated operations while lowering the dependency on general taxation funds.

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Moreover, they said that the government will not make any profit from this hike in passport application fees. The fees would contribute to the cost incurred in the following:

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They added that the increased fees will enable the government to continuously improve its services.

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