New Passport

Due to the recent outbreak of the Corona Virus, Bangladesh Assistant High Commission, Birmingham UK is offering strict appointment-based service and postal service with effect from 5 January 2022. Appointment can be booked only for very urgent and compelling reasons following the link:

 

https://www.bdhcbirmingham.org/book-online​

Persons with prior appointments should be minimum double vaccinated (if not otherwise exempted) and should have negative Lateral Flow Test results uploaded in the NHS website within 24 hours of the appointment. Masks are mandatory for all to receive any service from the Assistant High Commission

While we know this is disappointing, we hope you can understand the steps we are taking to help keep our service seekers and staff safe.

General Guidelines-

  • Please bring the appointment confirmation (Digital/ Print out)

  • Applicants who arrive too early for their appointment will have to wait outside until their appointment time. Applicants who arrive past the hour of their appointment will need to get a new appointment through the online appointment system;

  • Body temperature should not be higher than 37.5°C;

 

In order to maintain safety and social distancing, only one (1) applicant with an appointment at a time will be allowed inside the premise except specially capable and accompanying minors.

Who is eligible for a Bangladesh passport

Bangladeshi Citizens living in the MIDLANDS & SOUTH WALES can apply for passport reissue to the Assistant High Commission for the People's Republic of Bangladesh, Birmingham. 

Applicants from other areas are requested to apply in their closest High Commissoin (ie. LONDON & MANCHESTER).

 

If you are already holding a machine-readable passport (MRP) then, please go MRP Reissue page.