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Identity and Passport Service

Passport photos

The standards for passport photos

The photographs must be:

  • identical;
  • recent (taken within the last month);
  • 45 millimetres (mm) high x 35 millimetres (mm) wide (please do not trim your photographs to meet this condition);
  • taken against an off-white, cream or light grey plain background so that your features are clearly distinguishable against the background;
  • printed on low-gloss, plain white photo-quality paper (with no watermarks, embossing or printing on the back);
  • undamaged, for example, by creases from paperclips;
  • of you on your own (no toys, dummies or other people visible);
  • a close-up of your head and shoulders so that your head, from the bottom of your chin to your crown is between 29mm and 34mm high; and
  • clear of writing on the front and back.

The photographs must also:

  • be in sharp focus and clear;
  • have a strong definition between the face and background; and
  • be printed professionally. Photographs printed at home are not likely to be of an acceptable quality.

The photographs must show:

  • no shadows;
  • you facing forwards, looking straight towards the camera;
  • a neutral expression, with your mouth closed;
  • your eyes open and clearly visible (with no sunglasses or heavily tinted glasses, and no hair across your eyes);
  • no reflection or glare on your glasses, and the frames should not cover your eyes (you may find it easier to remove your glasses);
  • your full head, without any head covering, unless it is worn for religious beliefs or medical reasons; and
  • nothing covering your face. Please make sure nothing covers the outline of your eyes, nose or mouth.

Please see the links below for more detailed information:

Full guidelines are available for members of the public by clicking here (pdf, 1.6mb, new window) or by clicking here if you are a professional/commercial photographer (pdf, 88kb, new window) .

The British Embassy and British Consulates-General in France have prepared a series of Guidance Notes to help British nationals with living and working in France : Information for British nationals living in France

Welcome to the British Consulate in Marseille
Our offices are at:
24 avenue du Prado,
13006 Marseille

Tel: 04 91 15 72 10
Fax 04 91 37 47 06

E-Mail Marseille Consulate

Our offices are open to the public from Monday to Friday from 0900-1200 and from 1400-1600.
(Outside normal working hours a consular Emergency Service is in operation and a Duty officer can be contacted by telephoning 04 91 15 72 10.)

The British Consulate-General in Marseille covers the following departments in the southern part of France: Pyrenées-Orientales, Aude, Hérault, Lozère, Gard, Vaucluse, Bouches du Rhône, Var, Alpes-Maritimes, Hautes-Alpes, Alpes de Haute Provence, Corsica and Monaco
British Consulate-General, Marseilles

Disabled access - British Consulate-General in Marseille

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office and this Consulate are keen to ensure that their buildings and services are fully accessible to disabled members of the public. Wherever possible, we have made our buildings and services accessible. Sometimes however, this is not possible due to security or other restrictions. In these situations we will endeavour to provide a service or access to a building in an alternative way to ensure equality of access for disabled people.

Disabled access at this post is limited. If you need to visit us or use our services and feel that they may be inaccessible to you, please contact Michele Solari, Consular Section, at 04 91 15 72 17 or Mireille Brown, Management section, at 04 91 15 72 19, who will try to find an alternative way of providing access for you."

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