Are you planning an international trip, and you need a San Marino passport? Then you have come to the right place. iVisa Photos cannot help you get the passport itself. Still, we can help you get the photos you are required to submit at the issuing authority together with all the other documents. Just take your picture at home, and iVisa Photos will turn it into a government-compliant passport photo.
Depending on where you want to go, you may also need a visa. If that is the case, our website may be able to help you. Access the website and see if you are eligible for an electronic visa. And if you are, iVisa can assist you with the online application process.
The specifications of a San Marino passport photo are as follows:
- Required photo size: 45 mm in height and 35 mm in width
- Colored pictures are necessary. Not black and white.
- Head position: your head must be kept straight
- Must not be older than 6 months
- Background: white
- Smile: no
- Eyes: clearly visible
- Blurry photos are rejected
- Glasses: acceptable under certain conditions
- 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 white tops
- Beard: allowed if it represents your everyday likeness
- Number of photos necessary: 2
San Marino Passport Photos and Visa Photo Requirements – Rules, Guidelines, and Specifications
Before you proceed to take your own passport photo or visa photo, you should know that there are a few rules in place. If you do not follow these rules, your passport photo will not be adequate, and your application will be rejected. Here is what you need to know:
- The background of your passport photo or visa photo has to be white. You can use a white wall as a prop, and if you do not have one, feel free to use a white sheet. As long as it is not see-through and does not have any patterns on it, you are good to go. Make sure that your background does not have shadows, either.
- Please choose a frontal source of light when you take your picture. That will prevent you from having shadows on your face. At the same time, make sure that the intensity of the light is not too high or too low.
- When you take your picture, your head must be straight. Keep your face forward. Remember that both sides of your face must be equally visible, which is why it is not permitted to submit a portrait-style photo.
- The only acceptable facial expression in a passport photo or visa photo is neutral. Therefore, you are not allowed to smile, frown, squint, or raise your brows when you take the picture.
- Your eyes must not be obscured by anything, such as your hair or glasses. If you have prescription glasses, you can wear them for your picture only if the frames are not too large, and there is no glare in the photo. Sunglasses and glasses with tinted lenses are not permitted.
- As a rule, your head cannot be covered in your passport photo or visa photo. Nevertheless, an exception is made for people who cover their heads for religious purposes. But even then, you have to be careful to not have shadows on your face from the headwear. Also, your face must be perfectly distinguishable from the bottom of your chin to the top of your forehead.
- As far as beards are concerned, you do not have to shave it before you take your picture is it represents your everyday appearance.
Rules and Requirements for Babies, Infants, and Newborn Passport and Visa Photos
When traveling with children, you need to procure travel documents for them as well. iVisa Photos can help with the photos here too. Below, we prepared a few rules for you to follow when you take the pictures of your children:
- Children’s eyes must be visible as well, which is why you should take their photos when they are awake.
- For more comfort, many parents photograph their children in car seats. If you want to do the same, do not forget that the background needs to be white. Cover the backrest of the chair with a white layer before snapping the photograph.
- Small children are often photographed from above while they lay on their backs. When you do that, make sure to place a white layer underneath the child to ensure a white background.
- Only your child can appear in the passport photo or visa photo. So, if you decide that it’s best to hold the baby during the photo session, make sure that not even your hands appear in the shot.
- Please remove your child’s headwear and pacifier before taking the photo.
Price and Cost
As you are about to find out, getting your passport photos or visa photos online with iVisa Photos is cheaper than using the services of a professional photo studio. A San Marino passport requires 2 pictures. If you decide to get them with iVisa Photos, you will spend only $5.99 on your photos. That is somewhere around 5.40 Euros.
How to get San Marino Passport Photos or San Marino Visa Photos Online
Have you decided to use the services rendered by iVisa Photos to get your passport photos or visa photos? Fantastic! Here is what you need to do.
Using a camera with a decent resolution, take your photo following the rules we talked about above. Once you manage to take a picture that you are pleased with, you must submit it to iVisa Photos so that we can process it. After all, you want your photo to be government compliant.
When the processing is done, iVisa Photos presents you with two options:
- 1.Download the picture so that you can print it yourself at home.
- 2.Give us your address, and we will mail the photos to you.
Do you have any questions or concerns? Please contact iVisa Photos’ customer support service.
Example of a correct photo