Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Regional Integration MFA- Passport Application Online - Accra

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Regional Integration MFA- Passport Application Online
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No. 5 Agostinho Neto Rd. Liberation Avenue, Airport Residential Area, Accra, Ghana
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+233 30 299 9604
+233 30 273 8473
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Please I want to know how much I will have to spent before I can get Passport and a visa
I was told by a Ghanaian that in order for her to get her passport and visa to leave the country that she must pay a debt that her mother took out a bank loan and she claims she signed as cosigner if the debt was not paid by her mother. Which they claim they were rob. So if this is true. Then how can I get a certified bank statement showing that she is in debt with this bank if so.
Can I legalise my birth certificate at the ministry of foreign affairs?
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs was established in 1957 with Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, then leader of Government Business, as the first Foreign Minister. A Permanent Secretary was the head of administration, aided by Principal Assistant Secretaries who headed the various departments.

On 6th March, 1957, when Ghana became independent, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah made a historic foreign policy pronouncement. The concept of free, proud, confident Africa was to dominate the foreign policy of Ghana. The independent state of Ghana had at its disposal, competent diplomats who had been selected and trained in 1955 to implement her foreign policy. Three very senior civil servants were also drafted into the Foreign Ministry to occupy higher posts.

Dr. Nkrumah established an autonomous African Affairs Secretariat under his personal direction primarily to promote and effect his vision of African Unity – a foreign policy issue which normally should have fallen within the purview of the Foreign Ministry. After his overthrow in February 1966, the Secretariat was incorporated into the Ministry.

The Ministry and its diplomatic missions abroad constitute the Ghana Foreign Service charged with the control, direction and coordination of Ghana’s external relations. In addition to diplomatic missions, honorary consulates are established to complement the work of the former in the promotion of investment, trade and tourism as well as the discharge of consular functions in areas with significant Ghanaian communities.

The name of the Ministry has undergone various changes in Ghana’s recent history. Its current name, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, was designated in 2009 to emphasise the importance of regional integration as a foreign policy objective.

INTRODUCTION
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration is the principal organ of state responsible administratively and executively for the initiation, formulation, co-ordination and management of Ghana’s Foreign Policy.

It comprises the Headquarters, fifty (50) Diplomatic and Five (5) Consulate Generals/Consular Missions as well as three (3) Subvented Organizations, viz, The Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD), the National African Peer Review Mechanism Governing Council (NAPRM-GC) and the All African Students Union (AASU).

HEADQUATERS
The Ministry operates at the Headquarters through the Offices of the Hon. Minister and Hon. Deputy Minister as well as the Directorate and Staff of the various Bureaux. At the apex of the Ministry is the Office of the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration and her Deputies, with their respective secretariats. Next, is the Office of the Chief Director, to whom the following line Bureaux headed by Directors report and whose competences are defined by their geographical, institutional or functional areas of coverage:
Policy Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation
Administration
Finance and Accounts
Protocol
Legal and Consular Affairs
ECTIB (Economic Trade and Investment Bureau)
Passport
Information and Public Affairs
Estates and General Services
Africa and Regional Integration
Americas
Europe
Middle East
Asia and Pacific
Multilateral Relations
Accra International Conference Center
ICT Unit
Inspectorate and Internal Audit
Diaspora Unit
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