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Passport for children born in Denmark

To obtain an Indian Passport for a new-born child, it is essential to first register the child at http://indiancitizenshiponline.nic.in for obtaining the Indian nationality, within one year of the birth of the child. To get a child registered as an Indian national, at least one of the child's parents must be an Indian citizen.

Please Note:

If the parents of the child fail to do the registration of the child as an Indian citizen within one year of child's birth, process to obtain an Indian nationality/passport is subject to different procedure.

The Embassy needs to refer the matter to the authorities in India to get clearance as to whether the Embassy can issue the Birth Registration/Certificate to the child and the application for child's Indian Passport can only be processed further when the child has got an Indian nationality Certificate from the Embassy.

Check list for the documents required For new born children:

  • Photocopies of both the parent’s passport (first and last page)  

  • Copy of Residence Permit/Work permit for both the parents (front & back side)

  • Copy of CPR/Yellow card of the new born and both the parents.
  • Copy of Birth Certificate/Personattest (duly apostilled from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark)

  • A copy of the Marriage certificate of parents. Has to be apostilled or notarized by the Ministry of External Affairs, India

  • A declaration from parents stating that the minor does not hold passport of any other country 
  • A self -addressed A4 sized stamped DKK envelope, if you want the passport and Birth Certificate to be posted back to you

  • Proof of payment in case the application is submitted through post. Please refer to our revised price-list for our service charges

  • A declaration affirming the particulars furnished in the application about the minor as per Annexure D.

  • A Declaration affirming the particulars furnished in the application about the minor as per Annexure C (one parent not given consent /Annexure D cannot be arranged)