This service is for citizens applying for the British Overseas Territory Citizen (BOTC) Passport.
Step 1: Customer submits completed application form and supporting documents to the Civil Registry and Passport Office Customer Service Representative.
Step 2: Application is screened for completeness and accuracy. Incomplete applications are returned to the customer for completion.
Step 3: Complete application is accepted by the representative.
Step 4: An application fee is collected from the customer.
Step 5: A receipt is issued to the customer as evidence of payment.
Step 6: Once application meets all requirements, passport is printed and issued for the customer.
Step 7: Customer is contacted to collect their passport.
Step 8: Customer verifies information, signs the passport and signs logbook confirming collection of passport
- Birth certificates
- Adoption certificates
- Marriage certificates
- Naturalisation certificates
- Registration certificates
- Certificates of Residence
- Belonger card/Certificate of Belonger Status
- Deed Polls
- Baptismal certificates
Please see guidance notes to determine which documents apply to you. Alternatively, you may contact the office for guidance.
Turn Around Time
2 Weeks (Replacement passports, such as those that have been reported lost or stolen, may take a little longer to process)
Temporary passports issued under compassionate grounds or for urgent government business are printed locally. Sufficient evidence must be provided to support your claim. You must apply for a full validity passport simultaneously, with the temporary passport.
Department Contact Information
Civil Registry & Passport Office
8:30am to 4:30pm