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Home Affairs Minister Kazembe revise e-Passport fees

Home Affairs Minister Kazembe revise e-Passport fees. This comes after criticism that the arrangement was corrupt. Pindula News presents Statutory Instrument 3 of 2023 gazetted on the 7th of January 2022:

Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister, Kazembe Kazembe has revised fees for the e-passport scrapping the US$20 application fee that was to be collected by CBZ bank.

Statutory Instrument 3 of 2022.
[CAP. 4:01 Citizenship (Passport Fees) Regulations. 2022
IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage has, in terms of section 22 of the Citizenship of Zimbabwe Act [Chapter 4:01]. made the following regulations:—

1. These regulations may be cited as the Citizenship (Passport Fees) Regulations, 2022.

2. For the purposes of these regulations—”passport” means a machine-readable passport or an electronically-readable passport.

3. The Minister has fixed passport fees as specified in the Schedule.

SCHEDULE

FEES
The fees payable for obtaining one’s passport shall be—

(a) passport issued on non-emergency basis……………………USD$100,00

(b) emergency passport ……………………………………………………….USDS200.00.

4. The Citizenship (Passport Fees) Regulations, 2021, published in Statutory Instrument 273 of 2021, are repealed.

Source – Pindula News

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