Passport Office Jalandhar

Jalandhar passport office looks after the passport applications of Jalandhar, Nawanshahr, Hoshiarpur, Gurdaspur, Kapurthala and Amritsar. The passport office of Jalandhar deals with the new and old applications of the 6 districts of Punjab.

According to the statistics of 2001-2002, the passport office at Jalandhar issued about 1, 49,930 passports out of the 1, 69,899 applications received. The passport office in Jalandhar has a computerized index checking. The computerized index checking was introduced on February, 2002, in order to minimize errors. With the introduction of the computerized index checking, the application forms are scanned and processed electronically. Besides, the databases are updated regularly in order to serve the needs of the web based enquiry. It is noteworthy in this context that the Ministry of External Affairs has provided Passport writing machines in order to increase the efficiency of the passport office of Jalandhar.

The telephone numbers of the Jalandhar passport office is as follows:
  • Passport Office - 225991
  • Superintendent Index - 223274
  • In-charge NIC Computer Cell - 225990
  • Administration Superintendent - 455287
  • Sup DA/MRG - 452601

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Last Updated on 17th Dec 2012



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