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If an applicant
If an applicant
– is born in the UK and is a British National/EU national;
– doesn’t have Bangladeshi Passport but retains the right to have one;
– is a descendant of Bangladeshi parents;
may apply for a new MRP.

Children of Bangladeshi origin parents (holder of Bangladesh Passport) living in UK/EU may apply for a Bangladeshi passport.

Step-1: Filling out Online MRP Application

Please fill in the online MRP Application form and submit it (when generated).

Carefully check the spelling & accuracy of the information you have provided and bring a print out of the dully filled-in submitted MRP application with barcode.

Step-2: Booking Online Appointment

Please <Click here> for MRP appointment. Please ignore the auto generated appointment (if any) that may appear on your application form.
Please carefully note the followings-

  1. Without prior appointment, no application will be accepted
  2. Bring a print out of the appointment schedule

Step-3: Submission of MRP related documents

MRP applicant must come to the Assistant High Commission in person along with required documents and fees at as per pre-scheduled appointment date and time.

Please carefully note the followings-

  1. An interview may be required prior to data enrolment if any anomaly / anomalies found in the supporting documents;
  2. The Assistant High commission reserves all rights to accept/ reject the MRP application and request for any additional document(s) at any stage of MRP process for necessary scrutiny.

Step-4: Biometric Enrolment

MRP applicant is required to come to the Assistant High Commission with adequate time in hand as the whole process of enrolment might take at least an hour.

  • Applicant’s finger prints, signature on the electronic pad and photograph will be taken at the bio-enrolment booth;
  • The applicant should retain the delivery slip carefully without which MRP will not be delivered. If lost, a lost report from the concerned police office is mandatory to collect the MRP.

Step-5: MRP processing time and delivery of passport

Normally an MRP is ready for delivery within 8 to 10 weeks from the date of enrolment. However, due to police verification or inaccuracy of the information provided by the applicant, it may take longer time than expected.

Please ignore the auto generated delivery date appears on the delivery slip.

Once the Mission receives the passport from the DIP/Dhaka, the applicant will be informed/notified to collect the passport in person on any working day between 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm (Monday-Friday).

Please carefully note the followings-

  • MRP will be handed over together with the old passport (with necessary observation seal);
  • MRP will be sent by post only if the applicant requested for the same during MRP enrolment. Without prior consent to do so, MRP will not be sent by post.
  • Unless a person is authorized during MRP application and enrolment to receive the MRP on applicant’s behalf, the applicant must come in person to receive his/her MRP.

a) Parents’ Bangladeshi passports and photocopy.
b) Bangladesh Birth Certificate with 17- digit Birth Registration no
c) Applicant’s detailed UK Birth Certificate mentioning the names of parents.
d) Official English Translation of EU detailed Birth certificate.
e) Applicant’s UK Police Clearance Certificate (CRB/DBS check) duly attested by Foreign and Commonwealth office (FCO) UK.
f) 01 (one) recent Photograph.
g) Proof of address.
h) Student ID card along with a letter from school (If the applicant is a student)

  • NB: 1. Applicant who does not have a Bangladesh Birth Certificate with 17-digit Birth Registration no., should obtain the same from their respective City Corporation, Municipality or Union Council in Bangladesh prior to initiating their MRP application. This Mission may also process the Birth Registration for those who are not in a position to obtain the same from Bangladesh.
  • NB: 2. Photograph
    • Recent passport-size photograph (55X45 mm) with white background.
    • If the applicant is a child under the age of 15, parents’ photographs should be affixed on the application form
    • Child up to the age of 6 (six), one extra photograph is required for photo-scanning.


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