The best way to get a passport photo enlarged?
You need to hire a photographer.
That’s what the Israeli government says.
But the Israeli passport agency doesn’t necessarily agree with this policy.
In an email, it said it doesn’t provide any services to anyone but the “designated photographer” who “has been authorized to do so by the relevant government agency or a designated agency of the designated photographer.”
For now, you’ll have to rely on the Israeli Passport Service.
Its website states that it “has no control over the issuance of new passports.”
Its latest website update states that passport photos can be enlarged at a cost of about $10.
And it suggests that a photo of a passport “with a photograph of your passport” can be “exchanged” for a $10 photo of your face.
The new website update also mentions that the Israeli border police will be able to see passport photos at the border.
The service offers the service for $1 per photo.
The Israeli Passports Service doesn’t have an official Twitter account, but its Facebook page has more than 700,000 followers.
It was created in May and now offers the same service as the Israeli passports service.
It also offers the Passports Services, Passport Repair and Passport Photography services.
In the latest update, the service says it will provide the service to “anybody who wants to do it.”
But in a recent tweet, the agency noted that it’s been “shut down” in Israel and is currently in the process of being closed down.