This page caters for those who have previous held (or currently hold) a British passport that are also currently located in South Africa. This page therefore caters for those who have either held the old Blue passport or the new Red passport.
European Union. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
To summarize this page and Move Up’s product offerings, one can conclude that Move Up helps applicants in SA deal with HMPO (Her Majesties Passport Office).
The industry leading British passport renewal solutions we currently present applicants in SA, are broken into 3 sections:
RENEW VALID BRITISH PASSPORT
This caters for those with valid British passports or those who’s British passport have very recently expired.
EXPIRED BRITISH PASSPORT
This caters for those who have once held a British passport and have let it remain expired for quite some time. With the new IT infrastructure HMPO (Her Majesties Passport Office) implemented, in these expired cases, applicants have to supply their original qualifying documents.
Further information can be found on our “Expired British Passport” page.
LOST OR STOLEN BRITISH
It happens. Often. Applicants lose or misplace this important travel document. What is not commonly known is that losing a valid British passport compromises the British governments border security. Now, a technically issued travel document (with special biometric chip) can be manipulated.
Yes, we can help resolve your need to get a new passport issued. We also need to address the concerns of the Border Officials. All these requirements are covered in our representation.
Further information can be found on our “Lost or Stolen British Passport” page.
We have also put together more relevant content, such as:
- – Am I British?
- – Dual nationality explained
- – First time British passport applications
- – Colonial birth rights explained
- – Whats the difference between a visa and a passport
- – Spousal visas explained
- – Family dependency explained
- – Married like relationships explained
- – Jobs in the UK
- – Birth certificates explained
If you would still like to find out other relative information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.