Cabinet Upholds $80.00 Passport Fee For Applications Before 25th July, 2022

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In ensuring the continued smooth transition to the electronic or ePassport system, Cabinet has authorized by Cabinet Conclusion No. 480 of 2022, that applicants in possession of valid payment receipts issued prior to 25th July, for either new or renewed passports shall not be required to pay any additional fees for the issuance of the electronic passports.

That is to say that those persons with receipts up to 24th July, 2022 shall receive the
epassports at no additional cost.

The new passports are currently being rolled out to hundreds of citizens. Prime Minister
and Minister for National Security Honourable Philip J. Pierre and the Minister for Home
Affairs Honourable Dr. Virginia Albert-Poyotte have pledged their continued support in
ensuring an efficient and people friendly transition for all.

The Government of Saint Lucia shall absorb any monetary shortfalls related to this
gesture.

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Source: Department of Home Affairs

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Good job my boys all the haters no comments when something good is happening nothing from u all. U all must be from Barbados when something happens on that side u all quick to comment a good job.

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