Before you start the application process to obtain a Montenegro passport, you are required to put together a series of documents that are necessary when you go to the issuing authority. You also need to fill in an application form and submit all the documents together with a set of 2 passport photos. iVisa Photos may not be able to help with the application process, but we can help you get the pictures you need with minimal effort. What can be more convenient than acquiring your passport photos from home?
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The general requirements of a Montenegro passport photo are as follows:
- Required photo size: 45 mm in height and 35 mm in width
- The picture must be in color
- Head position: keep your head straight
- Must not be older than 6 months
- Background: white
- Smile: no
- Eyes: clearly visible
- Do not submit a blurry passport photo
- Glasses: acceptable in certain circumstances
- Headwear: not allowed. Exceptions are made for religious purposes
- Resolution (pixels): at least 600 dpi
- Dress code: clothes must be in contrast with the background. Do not wear a white shirt
- Beard: permitted if it represents your everyday appearance
- Number of photos necessary: 2
Montenegro Passport Photos and Visa Photo Requirements – Rules, Guidelines, and Specifications
When you decide to take your passport photo at home, you cannot just do it without any knowledge. After all, there are rules and guidelines in place, and if you do not follow them, your picture will be rejected. Below, you will find everything you need to know about taking your passport photo at home.
- We already said above that the background of the passport photo must be white. Not only must it be white, but it cannot contain patterns and shadows either. Most people use a white wall as a prop, but if you do not have one, you do not need to panic. Just take a white sheet that is not see-through and hang it on the wall. It is pretty much the same thing, and it serves the same purpose.
- The environment in which you choose to take your picture must be well lighted. It cannot be too bright or too dark. Plus, you have to opt for a frontal source of light so that you do not end up with shadows all over your face.
- It is best if you place the camera at eye level for the ideal angle. You must keep your head straight and your face forward. You must center your head as best as possible. Do not rotate it in any direction because both sides of your face must be equally visible. If you submit a portrait-style photo, it will be rejected.
- You are not allowed to smile in your passport photo or visa photo. Nor can you squint, frown, or raise your brows. In fact, the only facial expression you can adopt is neutral.
- Your eyes must be perfectly distinguishable in your passport photo or visa photo. Look straight into the camera when you take the picture. If the frames of your glasses are too large and cover a portion of your eyes, take them off. If not, check the passport photo for flash reflection. As you can imagine, you cannot appear wearing sunglasses or glasses that have tinted lenses.
- Headwear is unacceptable. There is, however, an exception. If your religion forbids you from keeping your head uncovered, you can take your picture with headwear on. Just keep in mind that your face must be visible from the top of your forehead to the bottom of your chin and from ear to ear. The headwear should not cast shadows on your face, either.
- It is not mandatory to shave your beard if that is how you usually look. The passport photo must represent your everyday appearance, and if that includes a beard, you can keep it.
Rules and Requirements for Babies, Infants, and Newborn Passport and Visa Photos
You will have to take your children’s pictures too if you want to travel together. They are not exempt from having their own travel document. But the tips below should help you with the passport photo or visa photo.
- Photograph the child when he/she is awake so that the eyes are seeable.
- In case your child sits in a car seat for the picture, do not forget to cover the backrest of the chair with a white cloth. The background still needs to be white.
- If you want to take the photo from above while the baby lays on his/her back, remember to place a white layer underneath the baby.
- You must remove the baby’s pacifier and headwear before taking the passport photo.
- You cannot appear in your child’s passport photo or visa photo at all. If you want to hold your infant, wear a white shirt and make sure that not even your hands are in the shot.
Price and Cost
You will be pleased to learn that getting your passport photo or visa photos online with iVisa Photos is not only more convenient but a lot less expensive than going to a photo studio as well. A Montenegro passport requires 2 passport photos, and with iVisa Photos, you can have them for only $5.99, which is about 5.50 Euros.
How to get Montenegro Passport Photos or Montenegro Visa Photos Online
Since we covered what you need to know about the Montenegro passport photo, we will proceed with what you need to do. But, as you are about to learn, there is nothing complicated about iVisa Photos.
Using a decent camera from your phone or tablet, take your picture following all the rules and guidelines we shared above. Once you have a satisfactory photo, you have to submit it to iVisa Photos so that we can process it. You can do that via e-mail or direct upload. We will turn it into a government-compliant passport photo so that you are all set. After we do that, we will give you two options:
- 1.Download the picture so that you can print it yourself.
- 2.Give us your address, and we will send you the photos.
For further information, you are free to contact iVisa Photos’ customer support service.
Example of a correct photo