Inkjet Prints OK for Passports?

Started Jan 7, 2006 | Discussions thread
Richard Berson Regular Member • Posts: 428
Re: Inkjet Prints OK for Passports?

From the US State Department's web site:

"If digital printers are used to produce passport and visa photographs in lieu of conventional photographic processes, the photographs produced must be high quality and photo-like in appearance. Certain types of digital printers such as — inkjet and dye sublimation — can be used to produce high-quality passport and visa photos. Inkjet printers deposit multi-colored ink onto photographic print paper. Dye sublimation printers use heat, applied to a multi-colored ribbon or film, to release a dye that is transferred onto photographic print paper."
Rich B

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