Jamaican High Commission United Kingdom

Jamaican high commission

Replacement Passports (Lost, Stolen, Destroyed)

Requirements 

ADULTS

  • Original Jamaican Birth Certificate; or National Birth Certificate and Jamaican Certificate of Citizenship; or National Birth Certificate and Adoption Register
  • Marriage Certificate or Divorce Judgement, for married women,  if the application is being made in the married name
  • Valid Government-issued photographic ID such as driver’s licence, cancelled Jamaican passport, other passport from country of citizenship, identification indicating permanent residency or Jamaican electoral ID
  • Police report or incident number
  • Two (2) colour passport size photographs, one (1) of which, along with Section G of the passport application form, should be certified by one of the following persons:
  • (a) Notary Public or Consular Officer at the High Commission or the Jamaican Consulate (Birmingham)
  • (b) Medical Practitioner
  • (c) Solicitor/Lawyer
  • (d) Minister of Religion authorised to perform marriages
  • (e) Head Teacher
  • (f) Dentist
  • (g) Bank Manager

 MINORS

  • Original Jamaican Birth Certificate; or National Birth Certificate and Jamaican Certificate of Citizenship; or National Birth Certificate and Adoption Register
  • Valid Government-issued photographic ID such as driver’s licence, cancelled Jamaican passport, other passport from country of citizenship, identification indicating permanent residency or Jamaican electoral ID
  • Police report or incident number
  • Two (2) colour passport size photographs, one (1) of which, along with Section G of the passport application form, should be certified by one of the following persons:
  • (a) Notary Public or Consular Officer at the High Commission or the Jamaican Consulate (Birmingham)
  • (b) Medical Practitioner
  • (c) Solicitor/Lawyer
  • (d) Minister of Religion authorised to perform marriages
  • (e) Head Teacher
  • (f) Dentist
  • (g) Bank Manager
  • Parents to attend with minor (3 years and older) and bring valid ID. If mother is married, the Marriage Certificate is required;
  • Legal Guardians are required to submit a care order or notarised letter of consent from the parent as well as the parent's ID (NB: The parent signing must be a Jamaican citizen)

All applicants must apply in person either at the High Commission, the Jamaican Consulate in Birmingham or at Consular Surgeies held in the UK.

PROCESSING TIME

Passport Applications are processed by the Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) in Jamaica. Please allow, therefore, 8 weeks for this process to be completed and the passport(s) returned to the High Commission in London.

PLEASE NOTE THAT LAMINATED DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

Opening times

Consular (Passport and Visa) Section:

9.30am - 1.30pm Monday - Thursday
9:30am - 12:30pm Friday

High Commission:

9.00am - 5.00pm Monday - Thursday
9.00am - 4.00pm Fridays