I phoned the Identity and Passport Service to ask them this question and they informed me that the passport book number in a UK passport is the same as the passport number.
I phoned the Identity and Passport Service to ask this question and they informed me that the Passport Book Number in a UK passport is the same as the passport number.
I called the UK passport office March '08 and apparently the serial number is the same as the passport number. UK Provisional licence twits please note and change your question.
The issue number is located on the photo page of a UK passport. It is printed in black and is mirrored.
The UK visa reference number should be contained within your stamp. Every time you have visited the UK, you will have received a stamp. If you had used a visa, there will be a reference number within that stamp.
Someone with UK passport
Under UK Immigration Laws no one can enter the UK without a valid passport. In any case no airline would let you fly without a passport or equivalent ID to book a flight.
If you are a UK citizen - from the Passport Office. If you are a non-UK citizen - from your embassy.
If it isn't printed in the passport itself then use your country's capital as place of issue. Examples: for USA passport, use Washington, DC; for UK passport, use London.
Yes, if you plan on traveling there or traveling out of UK. You need a valid passport.
The number of pixels is not important, it is the physical dimensions that are important. A UK passport phot must be 45 millimetres high x 35 millimetres wide.
I think it may be UK, as I can't find mine anywhere.