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Eyðublað V-904P, Útg.5
1. Child
2. Guardians

It is hereby confirmed that information given here on a child‘s guardianship is correct and that passport issuance is approved.

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    Signature of guardian 1

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    Signature of guardian 2

3. Attestors to signature

We the undersigned attest that she/he who has signed this document has done so in our presence. Attestors must have reached the age of 18 years.

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    Signature of attestor 1

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    Signature of attestor 2

4. Signature of official employee and stamp
5. Instructions
  1. Written approval by guardians

    When an application is made for a passport for a child younger than 18 years, both guardians shall present themselves, together with the child, to apply for the child‘s passport. If one of the child‘s guardians cannot be present, he/she shall sign her/his attested approval on this form. If a child’s guardians are other than the parents, the same provisions apply to their approval.

    Sole guardian

    If the child has a sole guardian, her/his signature is sufficient for an application for a passport because Registers Iceland will confirm that the person concerned is sole guardian. To avoid delays in the issuance of a passport, however, parent sole guardians should be aware that if they enter into matrimony, the step-parent’s approval is also required. Conversely, if they enter into cohabitation, the approval of the cohabiting parent is required after the cohabitation has been recorded in Registers Iceland continuously for one year.

    According to Article 10 of Act No. 136/1998 on Passports, it is a punishable offense to provide false information on guardianship

    For further information, see Regulation No. 560/2009, on Passports, and Act No. 136/1998, on Passports.