WALGOSWEGEN, Germany – Photo-taping your passport is one of the easiest ways to have your photo printed.
But what if you don’t have a passport yet?
Here are the steps you should follow to get one printed in Germany, according to the government.
The photo-tapping process is fairly straightforward: First, you’ll need a valid passport with photo-stamping.
You can find one at a public library.
Once you get the photo, you will have to take your passport out of the bag, take a photo of the stamp and submit it to the authorities for printing.
The stamp is then stamped and sent to the agency that is supposed to make the stamps, who in turn will send you a photo and a stamp envelope.
You’ll then need to get the stamp from the public library in Germany.
Once you get a stamp, you must wait at least 48 hours for the agency to send you the photo.
If you don’ t have a valid photo with you, you may be required to provide one.
If you have any questions, you can reach the German Embassy in your home country at +49(0)1 773-3030 or visit the website of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution at https://www.bundesamt.de/polizei/politik/en.htm.