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Enter words here that describe what you are looking for (e.B. cut a tree) or a matter for citizens and companies (e.B. house construction, marriage).
Source: BUS Sachsen-Anhalt (Linie6PLus)

Apply for a frequent traveller passport


For frequent travelers, a passport of 48 pages can be issued.

  • You are a German citizen
  • There must be no grounds for refusal
  • valid ID (passport, identity card, children's ID, children's passport)
  • Current biometrics-compatible photograph, in passport format (45 x 35 mm) in portrait format, frontal shot without border, without headgear and without covering the eyes
  • previous passport, if applicable
  • Birth certificate, if applicable

When issuing for the first time or when moving to a municipality, further documents such as civil status certificates or certificates of nationality may be required. Please contact the responsible office in advance.

Application before the age of 24:

  • Passport – 48 pages: 59,50 Euro
  • Express passport – 48 pages: 91,00 Euro

Application after the age of 24:

  • Passport – 48 pages: 81,00 Euro
  • Express passport – 48 pages: 113,00 Euro

The fees are doubled if:

  • the issue must be carried out outside official working hours, or
  • You apply for issuance by a passport authority that is not locally competent (e.g. municipality of a secondary residence)


  • for applicants under 24 years of age: 6 years
  • for applicants aged 24 and over: 10 years
  • Passport: approx. 4 weeks
  • Express passport: within 3 working days

The responsibility lies with the municipality and the city in which the main residence is.

You must apply for the passport in person. The application is completed on site with the processor. All you have to do is sign. When applying, fingerprints will be taken from you (flat impression of the left and right index finger).

The passport is produced by Bundesdruckerei and sent to the responsible office. You can then pick up the passport.

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