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ISSUANCE OR RENEWAL OF PHILIPPINE PASSPORT
 
Types of Passport Application
 
DISPOSAL OF UNCLAIMED PHILIPPINE PASSPORTS (PDF)
 
  1.  Renewal of Expiring or Expired Passport  
     
  2.  Replacement of Lost Passport  
     
  3.  Amendment of Passport  
     
  4.  Extension of Validity of Passport  
     
5.  First-Time Applicants
     
  6.  Applications by Mail  
     
  7.  Applicable Fees  
     
  8.  Downloadable Forms  
     
         
 

 
Types of Passport Application
 
1.  Renewal of Expiring or Expired Passport
     
  Please click the link to view e-Passport requirements.  
         
2.  Replacement of Lost Passport
     
  Please click the link to view e-Passport requirements.  
         
3.  Amendment of Passport
     
  1. In addition to the requirements for Renewal of Passport, the following documentary requirements must be submitted by a female applicant wishing to change her maiden surname to her married name: a. For a marriage solemnized in the Philippines - submit the original/certified true copy and a photocopy of marriage certificate. b. For a marriage solemnized outside of the Philippines and celebrated within the jurisdiction of the Philippine Consulate General(i.e. in Southern California, Southern Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas), the following must be submitted:  
             
    a)  original and photocopy of marriage certificate;    
    b)  duly accomplished Consulate Report of Marriage Contracted Abroad form.    
         
  (Note: Registration of Marriage requires the following: original copy of the marriage contract/certificate/license, passport photos of both parties, proof of citizenship of both parties, i.e. passports or birth certificates. For more detailed information, see the section on Civil Registration in the Consular Services Category);  
     
  2. For female applicants wishing to revert to the use of their maiden names:  
         
    a. For widowed applicants - certified true copy and photocopy of death certificate of husband, or a court order of presumptive death.    
         
    b. For annulled marriages - certified true copy and photocopy of annotated Marriage Contract or Certificate of Registration and certified true copy of Court Order.    
         
    c. For divorced applicants (allowed only in cases where the non-Filipino spouse acted as the plaintiff; and not allowed when both parties are Filipino citizens at the time of the divorce), submit the original copy of Divorce Decree. In all the foregoing cases, the female applicant must accomplish a Sworn Declaration to Revert to Maiden Surname. A sample form of this Affidavit can be downloaded in the Consular Services category.    
         
  Any questions? Try FAQ or contact us  
         
4.  Extension of Validity of Passport
 
  Please click the link to view guidelines for extension of passport and application form.  
     
5.  First-Time Applicants
     
  1.  The Personal Appearance of the first-time applicant is required.  
     
  2.  In addition to requirements (1) and (4) for Renewal of Passports, the applicant must also submit the original/certified true copy and a photocopy of Birth Certificate from the National Statistics Office in Manila, or if not available, substitute the following (a, b, and c): a. Original/certified true copy of non-availability of birth certificate from the National Statistics Office (NSO) in Manila. b. Original/certified true copy of baptismal certificate or any other acceptable public documents. c. Joint birth affidavit by two disinterested persons.  
     
  3.  For persons born in the U.S. of Filipino parent(s), in addition to requirements (1) and (4) for Renewal of Passports, the birth should first be registered with the Consulate by submitting the Report of Birth Form (downloadable form under Civil Registration) if the birth occurred in Southern California, Southern Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico or Texas. Detailed information on the requirements and procedure for reporting births can be obtained in the Civil Registration section in this site.  
     
  Any questions? Try FAQs or Contact Us  
         
6.  Applications by Mail
  Passport application by mail is NOT accepted.  Personal appearance is required for all passport applications.  
         
7.  Applicable Fees
     
  The modes of payment that are accepted by the Consulate are those made in cash, postal money order or cashier's check made payable to the Philippine Consulate General.  
     
  Personal checks, personal money orders, ATMs or credit cards are not accepted as modes of payment.  Any questions?  Try FAQ or contact us.  
         
 

$60.00
New or renewal of passport fee

$25.00
Notarial fee

$90.00
Replacement of lost green or machine-readable passport fee

$25.00
Registration of Marriage, Birth
& Adoption fee

$150.00
Replacement of lost electronic passport (ePassport) fee

$50.00
Dual Citizenship fee and $25 per derivative fee

$10.00
Verification fee
(for Lost Passport) fee

$20.00
Passport Amendment fee 

$30.00
Travel Document fee
 
 
     
         
         
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