Your passports are going to be worthless, new techniques brought by the government
New Delhi: Soon your old passports will be useless now. The Ministry of External Affairs is going to issue an e-passport with chip. These will have better printing and paper quality on advanced security features. Managing the e-passport Nashik’s Indian Security Press (ISP)Will be in. For this, the ISP It has been approved by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to introduce tender for the proper slot and operating system. Once the process is completed, the e-passport will be started. This information is provided by the Ministry of External Affairs.
All your information will remain safe in the chip
In this chip in e-passport, all of your information will be stored, digital signage on biometric data. By setting up an electronic chip, this passport will replace your old passport. The passport service system will get this information if someone molestes the chip. With which the passport application can not be completed. The information in this chip will be stored in such a way that this chip will not be read without a passport.
All embassies will connect with the Passport Service Project
All embassies in the country abroad will be linked to the passport service project. Currently, the Indian Embassy and Consulate have been connected in the US and UK.
Passport will be available in 7 days
After receiving the passport application, the Passport Authority of India will issue a passport after making the necessary injunction. In the cases of issuing passports in Indian Embassies and Consulates abroad, where police verification is not required, new passports will be issued on a fresh basis within seven days and the old passport will be reissued.
These countries have e-passports
E-passports are in circulation in approximately 86 countries of America, Italy, Germany, Japan, European countries, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Indonesia. The special thing is that it also includes Pakistan.