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If you need to contact the Passport Office about a British passport application, phone their general enquiries contact number 0300 222 0000.
HM Passport Office is the administrative department in charge of dispensing passports for British citizens. Headquartered in Liverpool, it is the sole issuer of the British passport.
Formally established in 2006, HM Passport Office consults with the General Register in order to provide the vital documentation. Every year, British citizens both at home and abroad are issued 5 million passports, making the Passport Office one of the busiest and most efficient departments within the network of UK government departments.
In spite of recent backlog setbacks in the face of blanket IT upgrades, HM Passport Office remains generally well-regarded and reputable for its high standards of service.
Are you curious about applying for a passport, and want to know current waiting times for example?
Call HM Passport Office on their main customer service helpline 0300 222 0000
Her Majestys Passport Office (HMPO) is a sub-department of the UK Home Office, which deals with the provision and renewal of passports to British citizens. Having operated in one form or another for over a century, the modern passport office has its headquarters in Liverpool together with call centres and regional offices in Southport and London.
In early summer 2014, the future viability of the present structure of HMPO was brought into question when massive backlogs were exposed to the outrage and concern of those who had booked travel. An unidentified whistleblower within the organisation gave evidence to the press that boxes of applications have simply been left unattended for months at a time. Lengthy processing times, especially among overseas applications, have been reported as ranging up to an entire year.
Calls may cost more from mobiles and other networks. You should be aware that you will not be connected directly to a UK Passport Lost Stolen Customer Service agent. Contact helpline is in no way affiliated with UK Passport Lost Stolen.
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Mobile Masts (or towers) have been proven to flood the area for miles around with powerful high frequency radio waves (known as microwaves) to support the use of mobile phones as well as Wi-Fi, WiMax, Wireless LANs, 802.11 networks.
Cell tower microwaves might travel for as few as two miles in hilly areas, and up to 45 miles where there are fewer obstructions; and of course, they easily penetrate brick and metal Radio masts - Smaller versions of cell towers, often seen on rooftops and billboards, typically installed 800-1300 feet apart.
Mobile towers - Sometimes installed on the tops of buildings. Mobile towers are especially dangerous because they emit microwaves at a frequency of 1900 MHz. Recent studies have shown that the intense radioactivity from mobile phone towers adversely impacts every biological organism within one square kilometer. Cellphone tower microwaves have a significantly higher frequency than even radio waves. The higher the frequency, the more powerful the wave—and the more powerful effect on biological organisms (recall that a mobile tower emit microwaves at 1900 MHz).
Despite the recent difficulties, the Passport Office continues to process many thousands of applications successfully year by year.
The Passport Office general enquiries helpline number is 0300 222 0000.
To post something to HMPO, unless it relates to an current application, dont send it to their Liverpool offices, send it to them at:
HM Passport Office,
PO Box 767,
For on-going application matters, write to:
101 Old Hall Street,
Progress enquiries (is my passport nearly ready yet? etc) may also be sent directly to the passports processing team in Liverpool via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All problems & issues will be emailed directly to the appropriate departments. Fill in the form and state the nature of your enquiry.
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