Pakistani Passport Renewal Process 2023

Pakistani passport renewal in Dubai

Do not stand in the long queue to complete Pakistani passport renewal process at Pakistan consulate Dubai or at Pakistan embassy Abu Dhabi as government of Pakistan launched online passport renewal and online appointment system.

In this passport renewal guide we are going to discuss 2 things:

1: Online Passport Renewal Pakistan
2: Passport Renewal at Consulate/Embassy.

Pakistani Passport Renewal:

Pakistani passport renewal in Dubai is easier than Abu Dhabi and it is because of online appointment for passport renewal system which is previously launched by the consulate general of Pakistan Dubai through which applicant can save time by getting direct appointment confirmation to start the passport renewal process.

How to get online appointment for Passport Renewal:

To start the online appointment process, 
click below link.

Step 1: once clicked above link you will see below page, select Passport Renewal as a service and In charge MRP as an officer.

Pakistani passport renewal in Dubai

Step 2: select appointment date and time from given calendar and timetable, the red and golden date slots are booked or not available, choose from the white slots. counters open at 08:00 am till 02:00 pm.

appointment for pakistan passport renewal

Step 3: Fill in fields with * including:

  • Full Name
  • Passport or CNIC Number
  • Email address
  • Mobile Number

Other information in description box is optional.

passport renewal for pakistanis

Step 4: checkout your appointment details such as date, time, applicant name, email and phone number, if correct click on submit button. 

consulate general of Pakistan - Passport renewal

Within few minutes you will get approval email from consulate, no need to print, just save it in your mobile to show it at consulate to avoid long queue. 

passport appointment online for pakistani passport

Passport Renewal Requirements:

For Adult applicants, following are the required documents:

1.     Original old passport and copy of it.
2.     Original CNIC, NICOP or smart card with photocopy
3.     Valid UAE Resident Visa with photocopy
4.      If lost passport, original police report attested by ministry of foreign affairs UAE is required.
5.     For newly married applicants the marriage certificate is required.
6.     To avoid long queue (token line) take online appointment print/email/screenshot with you.

For Minors (Less than 18 Years)

1.     Existing passport with photocopy
2.     Original Birth certificate and copy of it attested by MOFA
3.     Original NICOP or B-Form with photocopy
4.     Valid Resident Visa
5.     Parents original passports, visa and CNIC
6.     Police report attested by MOFA UAE in case of lost passport
7.     No objection certificate from parents and consulate/embassy in case parents are non-Pakistani nationals.

Required Documents for Dual Citizens are:

1.     Original CNIC/NICOP and photocopy
2.     Original Pakistani Passport and photocopy
3.     Original Foreign Passport with photocopy
4.     Valid UAE Resident visa with photocopy

Passport Validity and Fee structure:

Currently normal passports are printing with 5 years validity but upon request and paying extra fee, the applicant can get 10 years validity with 36, 72 and 100 pages on passport.

Below table shows the Pakistani passport renewal fee in UAE.

Renewal Fees for 5 Years Passport:

pakistani passport renewal fee in dubai

Renewal Fees for 10 Years Passport:

Passport renewal fee for pakistanis in dubai

Please note that fee amount can be change at any time, we recommend you to check with for latest fees structures.

Visiting Consulate:
Consul general of Pakistan located in Bur Dubai, once you have arranged all the above mentioned required documents, visit the consulate to begin the renewal process, please take online appointment approval print or mobile screenshot with you to avoid long queue for token.

Collection of Passport:

After successful completion of above process, the applicant will be given 10 days time for normal application and 4 days time for urgent application to collect the passport from same consulate.

To collect your passport from consulate/embassy does the following:

1.     Proceed to passport releasing cabin.
2.     Submit the original receipt to the passport releasing staff.
3.     Submit old passport for cancellation stamp on it.
4.     Get passport, check personal details on new passport such as your name, dob, pob, passport number etc
5.     Sign to acknowledge receiving of your new passport.

Passport Delivery:
You can get your passport through TCS (delivery) by submitting the original receipt and old passport with them at the time when your renewal process completes, delivery charges are 20 to 40 Dirhams across UAE.

Note: TCS office is located in same consulate building.

If you lost the original receipt, don’t worry you can still get your new passport by showing below documents at passport releasing section:

·       Copy of receipt
·       Your valid CNIC or copy
·       Original old passport
·       Original or copy of Valid Emirates ID and Resident visa

In case if you are unable to collect your passport by yourself, your immediate family members such as father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter, wife can collect it for you by showing authorization letter, receipt, valid ID, visa or old passport.

How to check Passport Status:

Applicants can track their passport status to check either the applied passport for the renewal purpose is renewed or not, to check your passport status online, please click this link or visit below linked Pakistan consulate official website for passport tracking

How to check CNIC Status:
On consulate official website's homepage, you will found track your documents button, simply click on it and choose NICOP or click here to redirect. Just enter your tracking number and check the status.

Consulate Timing and Holidays:

Consulate working days are Monday to Friday while Saturday and Sunday are weekend holidays.

For walk in applicants the consulate timings are from 08:00 am – 12:00
For online appointment holders, the timings are 07:00 am – 02:00 pm.
Passport delivery timings are from 08:00 am – 01:00 pm.
Consulate Contact Information:
Consulate general of Pakistan Dubai for Pakistani Passport Renewal locates at:

Umm Hurair One, Khalid Bin Waleed Road, Bur Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Landline: 971 4 3973600, 97143970412
Reception Desk: +971 54 7796358
Passport Section: +971 54 7392609
Fax: (+971-4) 3971975

How to Renew Pakistani Passport Online:

For those who do not have time to visit Pakistani consulate Dubai or Pakistan embassy Abu Dhabi due to their busy schedule, they can complete the renewal process of their machine readable Pakistani passports online in just 17 minutes.

To do so, please visit the official website of directorate general of immigration and passports by clicking this link, once you have clicked the given link you will need to complete the following process.

1.     Click on get started button.
2.     Register for new account and verify code through your email.
3.     Apply for the passport renewal by attaching supporting documents.
4.     Write down your UAE address for the delivery of your new passport.
5.     Pay online through credit/debit card.
6.     Check your personal details, if correct, click on submit button.
7.     Delivery time 4 days urgent, 10 days normal.

Required Documents:

1.     Color scanned copy of valid CNIC  (both sides)
2.     Color scanned copy of your current passport (first 2 pages + 1 random page)
3.     Color scanned copy of your valid UAE residence visa

Online passport Renewal Fees:

Below is the fees table to renew Pakistani machine readable passport, please note that following fesses are in Pakistani rupees and are exclusive of delivery charges. Delivery charges subject to country of delivery as passports will be printing in Islamabad.

Pakistani passport online renewal fees

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