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Passport Office Shimla is located at Opposite AG Poet Office, AG Chowk 3rd Floor Railway Board Building, Bawa Market, The Mall, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh 171003, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Passport Office Shimla and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

Need more information, book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone on: You can Call us at our business hour at 0177 265 2395 or visit our website You can get more information of Passport Office Shimla by http://passportindia.gov.in/ .

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Ajay Verma

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I dont want to provide a single stare Caue they didntd received my call

1/ 5

I dont want to provide a single stare Caue they didntd received my call

ABHIJIT RAJ SINHA rishu

5 Google Rating

Every staffs are amiable and treat well . Office target is providing better facility and they are

5/ 5

Every staffs are amiable and treat well . Office target is providing better facility and they are totally dedicated .

kartar Singh Rana

5 Google Rating

Very very cooperative staff and excellent and very fast job performance , more then expecting

5/ 5

Very very cooperative staff and excellent and very fast job performance , more then expecting

Ankit Pruthi

5 Google Rating

Extremely quick service and so cooperative staff..

5/ 5

Extremely quick service and so cooperative staff..

Niharika Naik

1 Google Rating

Very very bad communication skill ... The representative who ever I talk she don't even know how t

1/ 5

Very very bad communication skill ... The representative who ever I talk she don't even know how to behave . She just through the words to the klind . ...

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