Losing or damaging your passport can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, especially when traveling is on the horizon.

But don’t worry, the process of applying for a replacement passport in Ghana is relatively straightforward and can be done within a few steps.

Required Documents

Before applying for a replacement passport, gather the following documents:

  • A completed passport application form
  • Two passport-sized photos
  • Your original birth certificate
  • Your old, damaged passport
  • Proof of Ghanaian citizenship (e.g. national ID card, driver’s license)
  • Payment for the passport fee

How to Apply

  1. Obtain a passport application form from the nearest Ghanaian Embassy or Consulate, or download the form from the Ghana Immigration Service website.
  2. Fill out the application form completely and legibly, making sure to sign and date it.
  3. Attach two passport-sized photos to the application form.
  4. Provide your original birth certificate and proof of Ghanaian citizenship, such as a national ID card or driver’s license.
  5. Submit your old, damaged passport, if applicable.
  6. Pay the passport fee, either in person or via bank transfer. The fee can be found on the Ghana Immigration Service website.
  7. Submit your completed application form, required documents, and payment to the nearest Ghanaian Embassy or Consulate.

Processing Time

The processing time for a replacement passport in Ghana typically takes 4-6 weeks. You may be able to expedite the process for an additional fee.


  • Make sure to fill out the application form accurately and completely to avoid any delays or rejections.
  • Submit only original or certified copies of your required documents. Photocopies or uncertified copies will not be accepted.
  • Pay the passport fee promptly to ensure that your application is processed in a timely manner.


Applying for a replacement passport in Ghana can be done quickly and easily by following the steps outlined above.

Gather your required documents, fill out the application form accurately, submit it with payment, and wait for your new passport to arrive. With the right preparation, you’ll be on your way to obtaining a new passport and traveling with ease.

Source: Mckpage.com


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