Do you want to apply for a Bolivian passport? Then you should know that there are a few requirements you have to meet. Among those requirements, you will find 2 passport photos. We may not be able to help out with the passport application, but we can facilitate the process of getting high-quality passport photos. iVisa Photos guarantees that the pictures you receive from us are compliant with the rules and regulations imposed by the Bolivian issuing authority.
When you get ready to travel to a foreign country, which we assume that you do since you want a passport, make sure to check out our iVisa.com website. They specialize in electronic visas. So, if you happen to qualify for an electronic visa, iVisa.com can help with the online application process.
The specifications for a Bolivian passport photo and visa are as follows:
- Size: 51 mm in height and 51 mm in width or 2 x 2 inches. The face has to occupy 70-80% of the photo
- The photo you submit must be in color
- Head size and position: the head must be straight and facing the camera
- Recency: no older than 6 months
- Background: white
- Smile: no
- Eyes: must be clearly visible
- Your ears should appear in the shot
- Make sure that the photo is not blurry
- Glasses: only if they do not distort your facial features
- Headgear: accepted only for religious purposes
- Dimensions and size (pixels): at least 600 dpi
- Attire, clothing, dress code: in contrast with the background
- Beard: only if it represents your everyday appearance
- Quantity needed in application: 2
Bolivia Passport Photo Size Requirements Guide
Bolivia Passport Photos and Visa Photo Requirements – Rules, Guidelines, and Specifications
Although we listed all of the specifications for a Bolivia passport photo and visa photo, we believe that we should expand on a few of them so there is no room for error. In case you didn’t know, an inadequate passport photo is among the most common reasons for rejection. The explanations below should clear everything up so that you can avoid rejection.
- The first thing you have to do when you want to take your passport photo at home is to find the proper environment for it. If you have a white wall in your house, you are good to go. If not, you can hang a white sheet on a wall and get the same result. The background cannot have colors on it, nor shadows or patterns.
- The position of your head in your passport photo is more important than you think. You have to keep your head straight and look directly into the camera. The point of this is for both sides of your face to be visible equally. Do not tilt or rotate your head in any position. Portrait-style passport photos are not acceptable.
- The lighting is important in any photo, more so in a passport photo. Make sure the light source is in front of you. It must not create shadows or reflections on your face because that has the potential of distorting some of your facial features. The light should not be too bright or too dark, either.
- Your face must have a neutral expression in your passport photo or in your visa photo. You are not permitted to smile, squint, or frown. Just relax your face when you take the picture.
- Your eyes should be directed at the camera. Do not look up or down. Also, keep in mind that you can wear glasses when you have your picture taken, but only if they do not cover your eyes and there is no glare in the photo. If your glasses have a large frame or tinted lenses, please take them off. Sunglasses are not permitted in a passport photo or a visa photo.
- Headwear is allowed in a passport photo, but only for religious purposes. Even so, your face must be clearly visible from the bottom of your chin to the top of your forehead. Make sure that your headwear does not cast shadows on your face.
- You can keep your beard in your passport photo, but only if it represents your everyday look.
Rules and Requirements for Babies, Infants, and Newborn Passport and Visa Photos
Babies, infants, newborns, and children of all ages need to have their own passport and visa, which is why you need to take their picture as well when requesting a Bolivian passport. iVisa Photos can help with that too. There are no significant differences between the passport photo for an adult and the passport photo for a child. Although some concessions are accepted. For example, the child’s head does not have to cover 70-80% of the picture. Children have smaller heads. Here are some useful tips:
- When taking the passport photo of your child using the car seat method or when you place him/her on the ground to take the picture from above, do not forget that the white background rule still applies. Place a white sheet behind the child before taking the photo.
- Make sure to capture the child when he/she is awake.
- Remove any headwear and the pacifier before taking the passport photo.
- Only the child can be in the photo. If you have to hold him/her, not even your hands are allowed in the picture.
You may have noticed that getting your passport photos from a photo studio can be quite expensive, which is why we believe you will be pleased with the prices offered by iVisa Photos. Since you need two passport photos for your Bolivian passport, we can get you the set for only 41.41 BOB. We are pretty sure that you will not find a better offer anywhere else.
How to get Bolivia Passport Photos or Bolivia Visa Photos Online
Now that you know all about the Bolivian passport photo or visa photo, we want to tell you how to get them online. First, get a decent camera. A smartphone or a tablet will suffice. Take the picture following the rules and guidelines we mentioned above. iVisa Photos allows you to take as many pictures as you want until you get one that you like. The additional attempts are free of charge. After you manage to take the photo you like, you can submit it for processing. We will give you two options after that. You can either download it to print it at home on photo-quality paper, or we can deliver it to you at your specified address.
If you have more questions about the services provided by iVisa Photos, do not hesitate to contact us.