The applicant should not, as a rule, be wearing any headgear.
Headgear may be permitted for religious or medical reasons.
That the face must be completely visible.
The forehead, cheeks, eyes, nose and chin should not be obstructed in any way.
Preferably, but not necessarily, the hair and ears should also be exposed.
The head should occupy a minimum area of 3.1 cm and a maximum of 3.6 cm
In the case of babies the eyes need to be open
The distance from the chin to the top of the head must be between 31mm-36mm or 70-80%.
The distance from the bottom of the photo to the eye line must be between 20-30mm.
With good focus, clearly showing the eyes and face.
The photograph is to present a person without headgear.
Not wearing eyeglasses with dark glasses.
Looking forward with open eyes,
With the natural expression of the face and mouth closed.