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One of the most common reasons why passport photographs are rejected is that they do not meet the requirements set by the Passport Office. Some of these requirements include:
– The photograph must be taken against a plain white or off-white background.
– The photograph must be a full-face view, with the applicant looking directly into the camera.
– The photograph must be recent and cannot be more than six months old.
If your passport photograph does not meet these requirements, it will likely be rejected. To avoid this, make sure you follow the guidelines set by the Passport Office when taking your photograph.
Another common reason for rejection is that the photograph is blurry or out of focus. This can often happen if the picture is taken on a camera phone or if it is printed out at a low resolution. To avoid this, make sure you use a high-quality camera to take your passport photograph and print it out at a high resolution.
If your passport photograph is rejected, don’t worry – you can usually resubmit it with the correct requirements. Just make sure you follow the guidelines set by the Passport Office to avoid any delays in getting your passport.
We hope this helped explain why passport photographs are sometimes rejected. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below or contact us directly.
ADM Photo and Video
1400 Colonial Blvd, Suite 41,
Fort Myers, FL 33907
Tel: (239) 362-3842