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Statutory Instrument 2002 No. 2634

The Consular Fees (No. 2) Order 2002

(The document as of February, 2008. Arhiv.Online Library)

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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


2002 No. 2634


DIPLOMATIC SERVICE


The Consular Fees (No. 2) Order 2002

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 Made22nd October 2002 
 Coming into force21st November 2002 

At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 22nd day of October 2002

Present,

The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council

Her Majesty, in exercise of the powers conferred upon Her by section 1(1) of the Consular Fees Act 1980[1], is pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:

    1.This Order may be cited as the Consular Fees (No. 2) Order 2002 and shall come into force on the 21st November 2002.

    2.The Consular Fees (No. 2) Order 1999[2] shall be amended as follows - 

    (a) paragraph (g) of Article 2 shall be deleted;

    (b) for Fees 12 to 16A and 19, set out in Part II of the table of consular fees in the Schedule annexed to that Order, there shall be substituted the following - 

        12.Issuing a passport of not more than 32 pages which includes replacing an expired passport, and issuing a new passport of full validity when an original passport of restricted validity is unavailable - 

      (a) for applications made by post in the UK

        (i) where the applicant is aged 16 years or over





            33.00

    (ii) where the applicant is under 16 years old (for a passport valid for 5 years)

    19.00
    (b) for applications made in person in the UK

      (i) where the applicant is aged 16 years or over using the fast-track service



          63.00

    (ii) where the applicant is under 16 years old (for a passport valid for 5 years) using the fast-track service

    49.00
    (iii) where the applicant is aged 16 years or over using the premium service

    78.00
    (iv) where the applicant is under 16 years old (for a passport valid for 5 years) using the premium service

    64.00
    (c) for applications made abroad

      (i) where the applicant is aged 16 years or over



          54.40

    (ii) where the applicant is under 16 years (for a passport valid for 5 years)

    34.70
        13.Issuing a passport of 48 pages which includes replacing an expired passport, and issuing a new passport of full validity when an original passport of restricted validity is unavailable - 

      (a) for applications made by post in the UK



      40.00

    (b) for applications made in person in the UK

      (i) using the fast-track service



          70.00

    (ii) using the premium service

    85.00
    (c) for applications made abroad

    65.20
        14.Issuing a collective passport - 

      (a) for applications made by post in the UK



      39.00

    (b) for applications made in person in the UK

    54.00
    (c) for applications made abroad

    50.00
        15.Amending or extending an existing passport

      (a) for applications made by post in the UK



      22.50

    (b) for applications made in person in the UK

      (i) using the fast-track service



          52.50

    (ii) using the premium service

    67.50
    (c) for applications made abroad

    45.00
        16.Extending a passport to 10 years validity where the holder was under 16 years of age at the time of issue of the existing passport and the passport was issued for an initial 5 year period before 26th March 1998 - 

      (a) for applications made by post in the UK



      0.00

    (b) for applications made in person in the UK

      (i) using the fast-track service



          30.00

    (ii) using the premium service

    45.00
    (c) for applications made abroad

    0.00
        19.Issuing and, where required, preparing an Emergency Passport or other document not otherwise provided for in lieu of a passport, or accepting a Declaration of Identity on which a visa is to be granted and issuing a certificate on such declaration describing the applicant

    33.90


A.K. Galloway
Clerk of the Privy Council


EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This note is not part of the Order)


This Order amends the Consular Fees (No. 2) Order 1999 in order to increase certain passport fees: Fee 12(a)(i) from 30 to 32.50; Fee 12(a)(ii) from 16 to 19; Fee 12(b)(i) from 60 to 62.50; Fee 12(b)(ii) from 46 to 49; Fee 12(b)(iii) from 75 to 77.50; Fee 12(b)(iv) from 61 to 64; Fee 12(c)(i) from 49 to 53.70; Fee 12(c)(ii) from 29 to 34.50; Fee 13(c) from 60 to 64.20; Fee 15(a) from 18 to 22.50; Fee 15(b)(i) from 48 to 52.50; Fee 15(b)(ii) from 63 to 67.50; Fee 15(c) from 40 to 45; and Fee 19 from 30 to 33.90. The Order also decreases certain other passport fees: Fee 13(a) from 40 to 39; Fee 13(b)(i) from 70 to 69; Fee 13(b)(ii) from 85 to 84; Fee 14(a) from 42 to 39; and Fee 14(b) from 57 to 54. The Order clarifies that, with the exception of applications for a collective passport under Fee 14, passport applications made in person in the UK (under subparagraph (b) of each Fee) may only be made using the fast-track or premium services. Fee 16A is deleted in consequence. Finally, the definition of "replacement passport" in the Consular Fees (No. 2) Order 1999 has been deleted as redundant.


Notes:

[1] 1980 c. 23.back

[2] S.I. 1999/3132 as amended by the Consular Fees (Amendment) Order 2001 (S.I. 2001/3498) and the Consular Fees Order 2002 (S.I. 2002/1627).back



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