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Philippine Passport

Philippine Visa

Passport Renewal

  1. Old Passport
  2. 3 pictures, size 1.77" x 1.37" with white background
  3. Proof of any following documents showing full middle name in case the passport is the old format:

    If the above documents are not available or cannot be presented, an affidavit can be executed from the Embassy attesting the full middle name of applicant in lieu of the above documents. The validity of the passport, however, is only for one year until showing of the above required documents. Further, allowing the execution of affidavit is discretionary to the signing officer.

  4. Registration of Applicant with the Embassy
  5. Personal Appearance

Lost Passport

  1. Photocopy of the lost Passport, if not available secure an Authenticated Birth Certificate from Manila
  2. 3 pictures, size 1.77" x 1.37" with white background
  3. Police Report ( with English translation)
  4. Affidavit of Lost Passport (to be secured from the Embassy)
  5. Proof showing full middle name such as: (Old Format)

    If the above documents are not available or cannot be presented, an affidavit can be executed from the Embassy attesting the full middle name in lieu of the required documents. The validity of the passport, however, is only for one year until a showing of any of the above documents. Further, allowing the execution of affidavit is discretionary to the signing officer.

  6. Confirmation from DFA of the issuance of passport (meaning the applicant has to wait at least 15 working days before the issuance)
  7. Registration of Applicant with the Embassy

New Passport (Issued for the First time - children born in Jordan)

For Fake (Assumed name/data) Passport

  1. Surrender of the fake passport to the Embassy
  2. Authenticated Birth Certificate, and if married Authenticated Marriage Contract
  3. Affidavit of Explanation which can be secured from the Embassy
  4. 3 pictures, size 1.77" x 1.37" with white background
  5. Registration with the Embassy

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