Over 1,000 workers from the Public and Commercial Services union working in passport offices in England, Scotland, and Wales will participate in a five-week strike beginning on 3 April to demand a 10% pay rise, changes to pensions, job security, and protected redundancy terms.
The strike is expected to have a significant impact on delivery as summer approaches.
Members in Durham, Glasgow, Liverpool, Newport, Peterborough, and Southport will strike from 3 April to 5 May while those in Belfast will strike from 7 April to 5 May.
The PCS union has criticised the lack of talks with ministers, despite facing sustained action lasting six months.
Over 1,000 members of the Public and Commercial Services union will undertake a five-week strike starting on 3 April.
The strike is due to the lack of discussions between the union and ministers regarding member demands.
Members request a 10% pay rise as well as job security, changes to their pensions, and protected redundancy terms.
Those in Belfast are conducting a strike ballot, while the remaining offices will participate in the strike.
A PCS General Secretary warned of the strike's impact, highlighting the lack of talks with officials.
The strike is not unique, with workers across different sectors staging strikes to demand higher pay to counter rising inflation.