You will find here information concerning how to apply for a passport, extend a passport or obtain an emergency passport.
Reminder: all applicants (including children and seniors regardless of age) must show up in person at the Danish Representative Office in Ramallah and are requested to contact the office beforehand to make an appointment: +972 2 241 5280.
Please click on this document to be informed about general rule concerning passports.
How to apply?
If you are eligible for a Danish passport, please follow these steps:
Step 1: fill in the application form
Start by filling in one passport application form.
Step 2: needed documents
Passports for persons above 18 years of age
- Your current passport.
- If you have changed your name after your current passport was issued, you must produce the original documentation of your change of name as proof.
- Original birth certificate translated into English and legalized by the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (first time application).
- Original Certificate of Danish nationality (first time application or if Danish nationality has been retained after age 22).
- Marriage Certificate (if you have not lived in Denmark after your marriage).
- Biometric information (digital photograph and fingerprints) will be taken by the Danish Representative Office.
Passports for persons below 18 years of age
- Your current passport.
- A digital photograph will be taken by the Danish Representative Office, nevertheless, it might be difficult to capture a suitable digital photograph of children under 3. It is therefore advisable to bring a normal passport photograph to the Danish Representative Office. For a first time passport application, the original birth certificate is needed (the certificate must be translated into English and legalized by the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
- Both parents must fill in and sign the consent section on page 3. If one parent has sole custody of the child, documentation must be produced. If a parent is not able to show in person, his/her consent is to be given at a Danish Authority (typically the municipality or a Danish Mission abroad) and then forwarded by this authority to the Danish Representative Office.
- Parents' original Marriage Certificate (only if the father is Danish).
- If the child has changed his/her name after the current passport has been issued, the original documentation must be produced as proof.
- Parents' identification documents.
Important: Every child must have his/her own passport. At application the child, regardless of age, must be present in person accompanied by his/her parents. The passport application form must be signed by both parents at the Danish Representative office.
Step 3: submit application
Passport applications must be submitted in person at the Danish Representative Office in Ramallah so that the consular staff may verify your identity and collect your biometric information and signature for your new passport.
All applicants are requested to contact beforehand by requesting for an appointment: +972 2 241 5280.
The Danish Representative Office charges a fee of 955 DKK (equivalent of 520 NIS) for each passport. Note that payment is only possible by cash (NIS). The above fees are non-refundable.
The processing time is three to five weeks.
Extension of passport validity
If you wish to travel while your application for a new passport is being processed, you may apply for an extension of the validity of your current passport. A passport can be extended only once and must not have been expired for more than three months.
Fee: 520 NIS
An emergency passport is a handwritten document which may be issued at the Danish Representative Office in case of loss of your Danish passport.
A police report translated into English by a sworn translator and pre-legalised by the competent Palestinian authorities has to be provided to the Danish Representative Office. Both the Arabic version and its translation have to be legalised by the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Fee: 520 NIS