Letter of no objection
A letter of no objection is written consent by the father stating that he does not object to having identification documents and passports issued for his children. The letter of objection is also used to permit the wife or the person accompanying the children (in the event of travel) to exit Sudan. Please keep in mind that the letter of objection must first be authenticated at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Khartoum before it can be presented to the immigration authorities upon exit from Sudan.
– Filled out and signed the application form. Please make sure that the form is notarized by a notary public before submitting it to the embassy.
– A copy of a Sudanese Identification document (Passport, National Number document, standard ID).
– $54 processing fees.
– Please allow 5 to 7 business days for processing.
– Flight itineraries are not considered means to expedite processing. The embassy will not bear any responsibility for changes that may occur in the applicant’s flight arrangements due to delays in processing.
– Please make sure to authenticate the letter of no objection at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Khartoum before presenting to the immigration authorities.
– Applicants who wish to receive their processed documents by mail must furnish the embassy with a return envelope from USPS, FedEx, or UPS with a tracking number (postage/shipment must be paid by the applicant). Failure to provide a return envelope will result in delayed receipt of the processed documents.
– Please send mail applications to:
Embassy of the Republic of Sudan
2210 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, D.C. 20008
– The embassy accepts only the following forms of payment:
- U.S. Postal Money Order
- Company check
- Cashier’s check
– The embassy will not accept personal checks.
– Walk-in applicants may pay in cash. Credit/debit cards, however, are not accepted.
– Please make all payments payable to “Embassy of Sudan”.