Just interested in how many pages are in your passport. Generally, over here you can have either a 32-visa page or 64-visa page passport.
I\'m also wondering which one I should get. I don\'t know how much travelling I\'ll be doing within the next 10 years (which is the validity period), but what would happen if I were to run out of pages? Could I still apply for a new one before the current one expires?
I\'m still deciding on whether to get a 32 or 64 page passport. Any tips appreciated.
Hello Saki 😊
I have 33 pages in my passport. It is an Irish passport. The one before that had more pages, because I asked for the extra pages option. For some reason the extra pages ones werent an option when I applied for my latest passport, at the Irish consulate in Berlin, Germany.
If I had the option I would get the extra big one, even if I am not sure I would use all the pages. It is nice to not have to think about passport replacements for 10 years if possible.
In America, we get 24 pages. I heard that you can apply for a larger visa, but I think you have to have the new ones for that......
How long are you planning on traveling for? If your going to be gone a while, I would get the largest one. I know that in Africa you have to have full blank pages for visas. Same goes for China as well. Just in case you end up in those types of places, I think the bigger one is the way to go.
If your just planning to have it just in case, than go for the smaller one.
24 (20 stampable) for Sweden and 40 (34 stampable) for Australia not including cover and back. In Australia you can either choose an ordaniary passport or an frequent traveller passport. I am not to sure which I have though..
I have an Australian frequent traveller passport - 64 pages long. After almost 9 years of travelling with it, 45 pages have been used. What will determine your passport size will be not only the frequency of your travel, but where you travel as is my case.
If you intend to travel through some countries in Asia, Middle East or Africa - then grab a larger one; countries such as Indonesia, India, Cambodia and China all have visas that use an entire page, and that excludes the entry and exit stamps. Visiting such places doesn't take long for your passport to fill.