My Passport Pages Are Full | Jumbo 50 Page Passports
If you are a frequent traveler, you may find yourself running out of pages in your passport, in some circumstances many countries or border checks will require a full page of your passport free even though the stamps used can only cover less then quarter of a page.
You are not able to add any additional pages to an existing passport, the standard passport issued by HM Passport Office contains 34 pages, but if you need more, you can order a 48 page jumbo passport if you need one to ensure that you are covered if you travel more than the average person, although this does some at an additional cost.
How do I order a jumbo 50 page passport?
Applying for a jumbo passport, it is the same application process and required documents as a standard passport, however in order to ensure you receive a 48 page instead of a 34 page then you will need to do the following:
• Fill in section X of the form which states: If you want to pay for an 50-page passport, put a (X) in this box This is not available for children, see example below:
• Include the extra payment cost if applying via post and using a cheque or postal order, this will need to be £85.50 instead of £75.50 for the standard passport.
I need a 50 page passport urgently?
If you require your passport urgently, booking an appointment at HM Passport Office is essential, you can select either the Fast-Track 1 Week Service or the 1 Day Premium Passport renewal service, depending on your needs.
Book an Appointment Online
The initial step in applying for a child passport via the Fast Track 1 Week Service is to book an appointment online. You can do this by visiting the HM Passport Booking Service and selecting the "Book an Appointment" option. You will then be asked to supply some basic information about yourself and the child you are applying for. When you have finished the form, you will be given a confirmation number and a date and time for your appointment.
Book an Appointment by Phone
If you prefer, you can also book an appointment by phone. To do this, you will need to call HM Passport Office. You will then be asked to provide some basic information about yourself and the child you are applying for. Once you have given the necessary information, you will be given a confirmation number and a date and time for your appointment
It should be noted that the Fast Track 1 Week Service is not available for first time adults over the age of 15. Consequently, if your child has recently turned 16 and has never had a British passport, they must apply using the standard 6-8 week service.