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Consular Hours:

Receipt of applications:

  • Monday - Friday 9.00 AM to 11.00 AM

Collection of Indian passports and OCI Cards by the applicants:

  • Monday - Friday 9.00 AM to 11.00 AM

Collection of documents (except Indian passports and OCI Cards) by the applicants:

  • Monday - Friday 3.30 - 4.30 PM

(Embassy is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and other specified holidays)

With Immediate Effect 
Guidelines for Online Submission of Application Form

Eligible Applicants can do online registration for applying for Passport.

Use Internet Explorer Browser for doing Online Registration.

Steps to be followed: 
Open http://passport.gov.in/nri/ on internet; 
Click "Online Registration Form"; online form will appear on the computer screen; 
Select "Slovakia-Bratislava" in the box against Indian Mission, and also select "Passport of children up to 15 years old, Fresh passport, Re-issue of passport or New passport in lieu of damaged/lost passport" as per your requirement.  

Don't use Special characters while entering details in the Online Registration form.

The Dates can be entered as per the format given in the website (DD/MM/YYYY).

As all the details are filled in press "SAVE" to get the File number, Date and time of Appointment and also the provision to take the print outs of the Application Form.

Please note that the data once registered cannot be modified, so ensure that you are entering the correct data while doing Online Registration.

In case if you have registered wrong data, you have to register again with the correct details and get the print outs with fresh File numbers.

In case if you haven't taken the print outs in the first time, you can get the copy of the already registered application using "Reprint Registered Form" option by supplying the File number (web registration number) and also the Date of Birth.

Note: While using "Reprint Registered Form" option, File number (web Registration number) & Date of Birth pertaining to the concerned applicant has to be filled in to get the copy.

There are still some columns in the application form which you will have to fill by hand. You will have to visit the concerned mission to submit the completed application form along with fee, supporting documents such as date of birth certificate etc. on the appointed day and time. The date and time of appointment at the Mission will be informed by the on-line system and will also be printed on the application form.

Fee details have been given below.

Renunciation/Surrender of Indian Passports

Under Indian law, Persons of Indian Origin, who have acquired foreign citizenship, are required to surrender their Indian passports to the nearest Indian Mission/Post immediately after acquisition of foreign citizenship.

2. The Indian Citizenship Act, 1955, does not allow dual citizenship. Holding Indian passport/acquiring Indian passport/travelling on Indian passport after acquisition of foreign citizenship constitutes an offence under the Indian Passport Act, 1967, and attracts penalties. The Government of India has prescribed imposition of penalty on a graded scale, depending on number of trips made on Indian passport after acquiring foreign nationality, for the violation of Passport Rules.

3. Persons of Indian Origin applying for Indian visa for the first time after acquiring foreign nationality are required to first renounce/surrender their Indian passports.

4. Form for renunciation.

5. Renunciation Fee / Penalty

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR INDIAN PASSPORT HOLDERS

The Government of India has recently introduced centralized machine readable passport printing system for Indian passports.

Following the introduction of this system, the Embassy of India in Slovakia is authorized to issue handwritten Indian passport booklets only in EMERGENCY cases.

Under the new system, the data relating to passport applicants would be uplinked to the Centralised Indian Passports Printing System (CIPPS) wherein, it would be downloaded and processed for printing. After printing, the passport would be couriered by the CIPPS to the Embassy. The Embassy would, thereafter, handover the new passport to the applicant and cancel the previous passport.

The time taken for issue of machine-readable Indian passports would be approximately one month. All Indian nationals in Slovakia applying for new passports are therefore advised to apply to the Embassy of India in Bratislava well in time before the expiry of their existing passport.

Revised passport fee w.e.f. 1st October 2012.*

S.No. Particulars of Application Fee in Euro
1. Ordinary Passport containing 36 pages with maximum validity of ten years. 60
2. Ordinary Passport containing 60 pages with maximum validity of ten years 75
3. Ordinary Passport containing 36 pages with a maximum validity of five years for minor children below the age of 18 years. 40
4. Emergency certificate 12
5. For replacement of ordinary passport in lieu of lost, damaged or stolen passport - 36 pages 110
6. For replacement of ordinary passport in lieu of lost, damaged or stolen passport - 60 pages 130
7. Issue of Police Clearance Certificate or any other miscellaneous certificate/service based on the Passport 20

*There is an additional charge of Euro 3.00 on all passport and consular services.

RE-ISSUE OF PASSPORT ON COMPLETION OF VALIDITY OF CURRENT PASSPORT

(PASSPORT CAN BE RE-ISSUED ONE YEAR BEFORE EXPIRY OF CURRENT PASSPORT)

  1. Application Form
  2. Photocopy of Passport
  3. Photocopy of Residence Permit / Work Permit
  4. 4 Photographs
  5. 60+2 Euros fee to be paid

RE-ISSUE OF PASSPORT DUE TO EXHAUSTION OF PAGES

  1. Application Form
  2. Photocopy of Passport
  3. Photocopy of Residence Permit / Work Permit
  4. 4 Photographs
  5. 60+2 Euros fee to be paid

LOST PASSPORT CASES

  1. Application form
  2. Police report in original
  3. Photocopy of lost passport
  4. Residence Permit / Work Permit
  5. 8 Photographs
  6. 150+3 Euros fees to be paid
  7. Application on plain sheet of paper explaining the circumstances of loss/damage of the passport
  8. An affidavit that the applicant remains an Indian citizen

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ON INDIAN PASSPORTS

Fee for miscellaneous service - Euro 25+3

BIRTH CERTIFICATE: (WOULD BE GRANTED AS PER DETAILS IN THE PASSPORT)

  1. Application form
  2. Indian Passport
  3. Photocopy of the Passport
  4. Photocopy of Residence Permit / Work Permit

POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE:

  1. Application form
  2. Indian Passport
  3. Photocopy of the passport
  4. Photocopy of Residence Permit / Work Permit
  5. Two photographs

ATTESTATION OF SIGNATURE OF INDIAN NATIONAL:

  1. Application form
  2. Indian Passport
  3. Photocopy of the passport
  4. Document(s) on which signature attestation is required
  5. Photocopy of Residence Permit / Work Permit