TRAVEL PERMIT LETTER
Travel permit letter
Afghans who (1) are citizens of The Netherlands, (2) were born outside Afghanistan and (3) do NOT have an Afghan Passport, need to obtain a Travel Permit Letter before traveling to Afghanistan.
Please read the following information and instructions carefully. ALL document copies should be attested (attesting the copy as the original only) by the JUSTICE OF PEACE before sending them to the Embassy.
Note: The following applicant do not need to obtain Travel Permit:
– If the applicant's place of the birth on his/her passport is Afghanistan
– If the applicant is holding an Afghan Tazkira
– If the applicant is holding an Afghan Passport
All the applicants shall carefully read the following instructions and information and apply accordingly:
– Appointment. There is NO need for an appointment.
– Visit In-person.
A) Travel Permit Letter. The applicant should complete the Travel Permit Letter. It can be downloaded from here.
B) Passport. A copy of applicant’s passport. The passport should, at least, have 6 months validity;
C) Birth Certificate. A copy of applicant’s birth certificate;
D) Current Residential Address. A copy of driver license, utility bill or bank statement confirming the current residential address of the applicant.
E) Parent's Consent Letter. Consent letter needs to be completed and signed by parents (mother and father). Embassy needs passport copies of the parents (mother and father). Embassy needs passport copies of the parents (mother and father). The consent letter and copies of the passports need to be attested by JP (Justice of Peace).
The consent letter form can be downloaded from here.
If one of the applicant's guardian has passed away or separated, the applicant must attach documents of the child's guardianship from court.