In compliance with ICAO(International Civil Aviation Organization) regulations and standards which stipulates that by November 2015 all non-biometric passports are to be phased out, passports issued by the Ghana High Commission and all passport issuing authorities for that matter would expire by the said date and hence would reflect the number of years and months from the date of issue.
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About the Mission

The Mission of the Ghana High Commission is to co-ordinate, promote and protect the national interests of Ghana within the United Kingdom in a manner as to meaningfully contribute to the enhancement of Ghana's security and socio-economic prosperity.

For the effective realisation of its mission, the High Commission operates two offices at 13 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8PN and 104 Highgate Hill, London N6 5HE as well as an Honorary Consulate in 17 Bellevue Road, Ayr KA7 2SA Glasgow, Scotland and a Consulate in 1 Marine Terrace, Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin A96 KD86 Ireland.

The Mission provides an efficient one-stop reference for general information on Ghana, an informed market of policies and procedures for the effective promotion of Trade, Investment, Tourism, Immigration and Consular services.

The High Commission also produces and disseminates some publications on the various aspects of Ghana's national activity. These publications can be requested from the Information Section at 13 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8PN or the Trade Section at 104 Highgate Hill, London N6 5HE.

The Ghana High Commission ensures oversight co-ordination of four Ghanaian parastatals located in London namely, the Cocoa Marketing Company, Ghana Forestry Commission, Ghana International Bank and the Universities of Ghana. These parastatals provide specialised services in their respective areas of operations.

The Ghana International Bank also provides financial advice relevant to doing business in Ghana.