How to Get an International Passport Complete Guide

Nowadays, with the reduction in the prices of air tickets and the increase in the income of Brazilians, international travel has become something more common. In addition, this is the dream of most Brazilians, to know other places and cultures.

This new reality requires people to take out a new document – the passport. At first, getting a passport seems like something laborious and difficult, but the government created some mechanisms that facilitated the process and, today, it is easier to solve this issue.

How to get an international passport Step by Step

The entire process is done through the Federal Police, to find the closest post to you, access the following website www.dpf.gov.br. Inside the site you will inform the state and city that you want to apply for a passport and then a next page will open, which contains information about the necessary next steps. Click on ?issuance of passport? and fill in the entire form correctly, after this step you need to generate your protocol.

Then manage the GRU – Union Collection Guide, print both the protocol and the guide and click close. The site itself requires that you have the Adobe Acrobat Reader program on your computer, if you don't already have the program, it will direct you to the installation link.

The next step for the international passport application is to access the page ?follow the following steps to obtain your common passport – ICAO standard?

In most stations it is necessary to schedule a visit for the delivery of photographs and collection of your fingerprints, inform yourself so as not to be surprised.

The passport is ready in a maximum of 6 working days, but you receive a protocol with the delivery deadline. If it is not picked up within 90 days, it will be automatically cancelled. The validity of passports for adults is up to 05 years, for minors the validity is different.

Documents Required to Collect the International Passport:

  • Identity;
  • CPF;
  • Voter Title – Proof of vote from the last election;
  • Proof of address;
  • Identity and CPF of the parents in case of a minor;
  • Reservist Certificate;
  • Proof of payment of the fee in reais, through the GRU form (Union Collection Form);
  • Certificate of Naturalization, for the Naturalized;
  • All these must be presented with copies along with the originals.

Ana Carvalho

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