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Lost Passport Name: Binaya Gauchan, Passport No: 4633179 Please contact the Embaasy ASAP

PLEASE BRING YOUR OLD PASSPORT AND RECEIPT WHEN YOU COME TO COLLECT YOUR MRP. MRP PASSPORT WILL ONLY BE ISSUED AFTER CANCELLING YOUR OLD PASSPORT

Embassy of Nepal will be organising the next MRP Collection Seminar in Nuneaton at 5th October and Greater Rushmoor (Farnborough) on Saturday 11 October 2014. For detail information please contact members of Greater Rushmoor Nepalese community or send email to Embassy. Please make sure that photographs for MRP should be professionally done with standard passport size, borderless and 80% of your face should be shown. Taking photos at Professional photo studios are highly recommended.Please contact the EMbassy for more details


1. Urgent notice there are MRP Passports from January 2012, applicants are request to collect their MRP Passport ASAP. Application made before 31st May 2014 are requested to collect their MRP Passport within 1 month. If not collected within 1 month, MRP Passports will be sent back to Nepal Department of Passport. click here

2. According to the rule of International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), all member state has to change their hand written passport to Machine Readable (MRP) before 24 November 2015. Embassy of Nepal requests all Nepalese residence of United Kingdom, Ireland, Malta and Iceland to make Machine Readable Passport (MRP) as soon as possible even if their passport is valid for long time. After 24 November 2015 person who holds handwritten passport will not be able to travel. click here

3. Please visit our 'Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)' section on the top Main Menu for any of your queries regarding MRP. click here

If you are confused on the name of passport arrival due to same name and surname please email on info@nepembassy.org.uk or officesecretary@nepembassy.org.uk for confirmation before you come to collect your passport.

News and Updates


Embassy Marks The 7th Republic Day (National Day)
On the occasion of the 7th Republic Day (National Day) of Nepal, the Embassy of Nepal, London illuminating the premises, hosted a reception on Thursday 29 May 2014 at the Embassy. Similarly, on Saturday 24 May, 2014, Embassy of Nepal hosted a reception for Nepalese community to celebrate the 7th Ganatantra Diwas (Republic Day) at the Embassy.

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29 May 2014


Ambassador Chalise At Somerville College, Oxford University
Dr. Chalise delivered a lecture on “Nepal’s Challenges for Promulgation of New Constitution” at Somerville College, Oxford University, Oxford.

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22 February 2014


The Brigade Of Gurkhas’ Farewell To Ambassador
The Brigade of Gurkhas and Commander Colonel James Robinson organised a farewell lunch in the honour of His Excellency Dr. Suresh C. Chalise, ambassador of Nepal to the United Kingdom on Friday, 21 February 2014.

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21 February 2014


“Nepalese Women’s Association UK, Hosts A Coffee Morning In Style!”
On a routine Monday 17th February morning, the Embassy of Nepal was adorned with the gracious arrival of an array of distinguished guests and friends to participate in a Coffee morning extraordinaire, invited by Dr. Milan Adhikary, spouse of the Ambassador of Nepal to the UK, who is Patron of the Nepalese Women’s Association UK. The Nepalese Women’s Association, UK (NWA, UK), patronized by the Embassy, was hosting its first official function following inauguration of organisation last month.

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17 February 2014



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