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East Timor Passport/Visa Photo Requirements and Size
4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Acquiring an East Timor passport is not a challenging task. You have to fill in an application form and put together some necessary documents.

Photo specs

  • Required photo size: 4.5 cm in height and 3.5 cm in width
  • The photo you submit must be in color
  • Head size and position: keep your head straight to the camera
  • Recency: must be as recent as 6 months
  • Background: white
  • Smile: no
  • Eyes: must be clearly visible
  • Your ears should appear in the photo
  • The picture must not be blurry
  • Glasses: only acceptable if they do not obstruct your eyes
  • Headgear: as a rule, no. Exceptions are possible for religious purposes
  • Dimensions and size (pixels): at least 600 dpi
  • Attire, clothing, dress code: avoid white clothes
  • Beard: it is allowed only if it reflects your everyday look
  • Quantity needed in application: 4

East Timor Passport Photo Size Requirements Guide

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East Timor Passport Photos and Visa Photo Requirements – Rules, Guidelines, and Specifications

If you feel like you need more details about some of the East Timor passport photo requirements above, we have written a few below. You should know that an improper passport photo is often a cause of passport application rejection, which is why the more information you have, the better.

  • Choosing the right environment for your passport photo is essential. You are required to take the picture against a white background. It must not have colors, shadows, or any other patterns on it. A white wall will do. If you do not have one, however, you can just take a white sheet and hang it on a wall. It will work just as well.
  • Make sure that when you take the picture, the camera is at eye level. This ensures the best possible angle. Since portrait-style photos are rejected, you must not tilt or rotate your head in any direction. Both halves of your face must appear in the picture equally.
  • When it comes to passport photos or visa photos, you cannot appear smiling. Your facial expression has to be neutral. You can neither frown nor raise your brows. Relax your face when taking the picture.
  • Your eyes must look straight into the camera. If your hair is in your eyes, or the frames of your glasses obstruct the eyes, please remove them. If you can wear the spectacles, make sure that there is no glare in the picture. Also, sunglasses and tinted lenses are prohibited.
  • The light can play with your facial features, which is why the source must be right in front of you. No shadows will appear on your face. Make sure that the light is of the right intensity as well.
  • Headwear is usually not allowed in a passport photo or a visa photo. However, people who keep their heads covered for religious purposes are permitted to keep their headwear. Nonetheless, your face must be visible from one ear to the other and from the top of your forehead to the bottom of your chin. The veil should not cast shadows on your face either.
  • If your beard represents your everyday likeness, you are permitted to keep it for your passport photo or visa photo. Rules and Requirements for Babies, Infants, and Newborn Passport and Visa Photos Babies need to have their own passport and visa too, which is why you should take their pictures as well. Most of the guidelines above apply for a child’s passport photo as well, although a child’s head can occupy less space in a photo. Here are some tips that should help you in the process of photographing a child. -Make sure that the child is awake when you take the photo.
  • If the baby has a hat or a beanie, please remove it before taking the picture. -Many people use the car seat method. If you want to photograph your child in a car seat too, make sure to put a white sheet on the backrest of the chair.
  • If you want to have your child lying on his/her back to take the photo, do not forget to place a white sheet underneath the baby. All background rules apply to children as well.
  • Only the child can appear in the passport photo or visa photo. If you want to hold the baby yourself, not even your hands can be visible.


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