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Losing or having your British passport stolen can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, especially when you are in a foreign country. But don’t worry, Move Up is here to help you through the process of replacing your lost or stolen passport.

The first step in replacing a lost or stolen passport is to report it to the local police and obtain a police report. This report will be needed as proof of the loss or theft when applying for a replacement passport.

Next, you will need to gather the necessary documents to apply for a replacement passport. These documents include:

    • A completed application form (Form LS01)
    • Two recent passport-sized photographs
    • A valid form of identification (such as a driver’s license or ID card)
    • The police report
    • Any previous passport or travel documents

Once you have gathered all of the necessary documents, you can submit your application for a replacement passport. The process of replacing a lost or stolen passport can take several weeks, so it’s important to plan ahead and apply as soon as possible.

Move Up can help you with the process of replacing your lost or stolen passport. We can guide you through the application process, provide you with all of the necessary forms, and help ensure that your application is complete and accurate. So, if you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of having your British passport lost or stolen in South Africa, don’t hesitate to contact Move Up for assistance.

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