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If you live in London and are in need of an Ivory Coast passport photo or visa photo, then Reload Internet is the best passport photo studio to visit! We specialize in Ivory Coast passport and visa photographs, and take hundreds of passport and visa photos every single week for countries across the globe. Our staff will capture, print and cut your Ivory Coast passport photo or visa photo so it is ready to be sent with your application in less than 10 minutes! And no appointment is even needed! Just stop by our store, which stays open 7 days a week, and a member of our experienced staff will happily assist you!

We will produce a set of 4 high-quality Ivory Coast passport or visa photographs that meet all of the necessary criteria mentioned by the official guidelines released by the Embassy of Ivory Coast. These photographs will come with a guarantee to be accepted the first time you submit them with your application to the Embassy! So you won’t have to worry about any unnecessary delays that might occur when you obtain your Ivory Coast passport photo or visa photo through other methods.

Watch the video below to learn more information about Ivory Coast passport and visa photos, or to see how quickly we can produce yours:

You must ensure that your Ivory Coast passport photo or visa photo meets the specifications listed below, as otherwise your application will probably be rejected by the Embassy of Ivory Coast. When you obtain your Ivory Coast passport or visa photographs through Reload Internet, we guarantee that this won’t happen to your application.

Ivory Coast Passport Photo and Visa Photo specifications:

  • Two copies of photo should be submitted.
  • The size of the photo should be 2” X 2”.

Ivory Coast passport photo

  • The background should be of plain white color or any pale color.
  • You should have a full frontal view of your face in the photo.
  • Both the photos should be the same and should not be older than six months.
  • Do not make any digital changes or editing to the photo to change the color or soften and touch-up.
  • If not for any religious reason, take off your head gear.
  • Refrain from wearing any uniforms and it is recommended that you wear your normal everyday clothes.
  • If you wear glasses, take it off. If you cannot do without glasses, make sure that there is no reflection or glare; although it is not recommended.
  • The expression of your face must remain neutral when you are getting the photo clicked. Do not smile, laugh or frown and your teeth must not be visible. Your eyes should be open and you should not raise your eyebrows or have an expression while clicking the photograph.
  • Click the photo in portrait style and you must be looking directly into the camera. Your face should be square shaped and ensure that the photo is not tilted in any manner. Your eyes and face both should be pointed towards the camera and on both sides of your face; the features must be visible equally.
  • Ensure that you print the photo on a high quality paper and the print resolution must be more than 600 dpi. The color tone must be maintained neutral and there must not be any noise in the photo. Do not try to edit the photo to cover up any lines or creases. Never try doing any touchup on the photo.
  • If you are wearing glasses, there should not be any glare on your eyes and they must be visible clearly. While clicking the photo, you must look straight into the camera and the position the camera lens in a straight line to the camera.
  • There are chances of rejection by Ivory Coast authorities if you wear glasses, as there are high chances of a glare in the photo. The face must be visible clearly in the photo and the glasses should not cause obstruction of any manner.
  • Head wear is not allowed for the photo, apart from religious reasons. Under such circumstances, you will have to ensure that the forehead to chin is clearly visible in the photograph.
  • If you are planning to get a passport for an infant or child who are not in a position to support themselves, you will have to support the baby in a manner such that your hands or support are not visible. Also, the eyes of the child must be visible clearly in the photo.

You should ensure that your Ivory Coast passport photo or visa photo meets the requirements above, as your application will probably be rejected if it isn’t. This can cost you time, money and stress, and could even affect your travel plans. Come to Reload Internet in Paddington, London, so that this doesn’t happen to you!

Our specifications are taken from the Ivory Coast Embassy’s guidelines on passport and visa photos, which you can see here.

 

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