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What documents do I need to apply for an ETD?

 

What documents do I need to apply for an ETD?

6. Get an Emergency Travel Document (ETD)


6.1. What an Emergency Travel Document lets you do 6.2. E.T.D. processing time and validity
6.3. How much does an E.T.D. cost? 6.4. What documents do I need to apply for an E.T.D.?

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6.4. What documents do I need to apply for an ETD?

There is a photo booth at the Italian Consulate which prints passport photographs that are ICAO compliant. Four photographs cost £5.00. The machine accepts 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2 coins and £5 notes.

If you are over 18 years of age, you must submit:

  • an Emergency Travel Document application form (ETD1) (pdf / doc)  
  • 2 recent and identical passport photographs, which must meet ICAO rules (see photograph guidelines).
  • a form of identity (clearly showing your photograph and your signature)
  • If you don’t have any way of providing a form of identity, you will need to ask someone who knows you well to countersign your photographs. Your countersignatory must come with you in person, fill in a countersignatory form (AFT1) and bring a form of identity.
  • proof of your travel plans including booking confirmations
  • If you are registered at the Italian Consulate in London (A.I.R.E) and have children under the age of 18, you must ask the other parent to complete and sign a Parental Consent Form (pdf / doc). Don’t forget to provide a photocopy of their passport or Identity card (clearly showing their photograph and signature). If the other parent is not an EU citizen, he or she must complete and sign the Parental Consent Form in person.

To download an Emergency Travel Document application form for adults, please click here

 


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