Getting passport photos on ibiza – Madrid change their policy

January 15th, 2009 - 9:07 pm Posted in ibiza, passport | Comments (0)

The new stipulations on passport photos stress that the photos must be with “with no watermarks, embossing or printing on the back”

After one of the team has gone through hoops trying to fulfill this, we found out that the original photo place in Ibiza Town that the British Consulate advised them to go to had moved – to Vara De Rey – when we got there we were informed that, yes they are the only place that does non-watermarked passport photos but this was probably the last batch of paper and they wouldn’t be stocking anymore non-watermarked photo paper and so it seemed that the only place on the entire island that would give you uk approved passport photos would be a place in San Antonio (yet to be confirmed).

So we spoke to our very own Helen Watson, MBE, and advised her of this – she spoke to the British Consulate in Madrid (who process all of Spain’s UK passport requests) and they will now accept watermarked photos from applications from Ibiza (only)…

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