Modes of Delivery

Modes of Delivery


High Commission delivers the documents to the applicants either directly by hand at the High Commission or by mail as chosen by the applicants themselves.

Collection in Person:

On the date of delivery shown on the “Delivery slip”, applicants may collect the documents from the High Commission in person between 2.00 - 5.00 pm on working days.

For passports, it is advisable to wait for High Commission’s call. Since passport applications are processed and printed in Dhaka and thereafter DIP forwards those to the High Commission by courier, the Tentative Collection Date” shown on the “Delivery slip” is indicative only.

Collection by Mail:

If applicants decide to collect the documents by mail, self-addressed pre-paid registered return envelope (requiring signature on delivery) is required to be attached while submitting other documents or pre-paid return courier has to be arranged.

Applicants in Australia are advised to use registered post and to keep tracking number of the post. Similarly, express post with signature on delivery could help avoid confusion and difficulties; express post with online tracking facility could also be useful.

Applicants in New Zealand and Fiji should send documents by reliable international courier with return consignment / airway bill to avoid delay in despatch. Please note that Australia Post does not carry documents sent by New Zealand Post.

Please note:

  • The High Commission is not responsible for documents lost or delayed in mail / Courier.