Passports and travel documents

Passports and travel documents

Services for the Yemeni citizens like passport validity extension, certification of official documents (Apostille) and other services.

All documents (including academic qualifications) presented to the Yemen Embassy’s Consulate Section for Legalisation must first be certified by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs or other relevant local authority.
Documents from Yemen will need to be endorsed by the Yemen Ministry of Foreign Affairs before legalisation by the Yemen Embassy in Warsaw.

Power of Attorney and similar legally binding documents should be original and signed in the presence of a Notary Public prior to the legalisation.

We kindly inform you that beginning of March 8, 2017, the Embassy of Yemen in Warsaw does not provide the service of passport validity extension.

FEES FOR ISSUING PASSPORTS BY THE CONSULATE IN FRANKFURT:

AGE FIRST PASSPORT DAMAGED PASSPORT LOST PASSPORT
up to 8 years 50 euro 85 euro 120 euro
9 - 18 years 80 euro 140 euro 190 euro
above 18 years 110 euro 200 euro 280 euro
students 35 euro 70 euro 95 euro

In addition to the above, the applicant should:

  1. Send a fee of 30 PLN to the Embassy (fee covering the costs of sending the passport to Frankfurt and sending new passport to the applicant (via Polish Post Office)
  2. Make a transfer of 6,2 euro to the account of the Consulate in Frankfurt (fee covering the costs of sending the passport back to Warsaw)
  3. In case of expedited shipping - make a transfer of 55 euro euro to the account of the Consulate in Frankfurt (for DHL shipping)

NOTE:

  1. Yemeni citizens residing in Polnad should also attach a copy of their Polish ID (dowód osobisty) or residence permit (karta pobytu)
  2. Further information can be found here.

 

Travel documents

Travel document is a temporary document allowing Yemeni citizen to travel to his home country, issued in following cases:

  1. lost or damaged passport
  2. children of Yemeni citizens born abroad who do not possess any documents
  3. in exceptional cases: deportation or when issuing documents for children or spouse of Yemeni citizens is not possible according to the regulations and rules.

Issuing travel document requires:

  1. providing a color photograph
  2. providing a birth certificate
  3. providing damaged passport of police report certifying the passport was stolen
  4. filling the application form for a new passport
  5. paying a fee of 10 USD (according to the regulation of the Ministry of Interior - this does not pertain to persons being deported)
  6. if the person applying for travel document does not possess any documents confirming his/her identity, he/she should present his/her father's passport or contact family in Yemen in order to have a new document issued by a Yemeni court
  7. contacting the Office for Identity and Citizenship in order to acquire travel document.

Documents for newborn children of Yemeni citizens. 

Father of the child should submit an application for a document to be issued and attach the following:

  1. copies of passports of both parents
  2. marriage certificate
  3. copy of child's birth certificate stamped by the Embassy of Consulate of Yemen in the country of the child's birth
  4. two photographs of the child

In case the mother of the child is not a Yemeni citizen, following documents should be submitted with the application:

  1. copies of passports of both parents
  2. copy of child's birth certificate stamped by the Embassy of Consulate of Yemen in the country of the child's birth
  3. marriage certificate certified by relevant authorities
  4. filled application for issuing a travel document with photo of the child
  5. confirmation of fee payment

The document should be picked in person or by authorized representative.

The Embassy is issuing the document within 24 hours from receiving all necessary documents and fulfilling all requirements.

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