REQUIREMENTS FOR ISSUANCE OF PASSPORT

REQUIREMENTS FOR ISSUANCE OF PASSPORT If applicant wishes the passport to be mailed back by the Consulate, applicant should BRING a self-addressed sta...

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REQUIREMENTS FOR ISSUANCE OF PASSPORT PERSONAL APPEARANCE IS REQUIRED. All applicants, whether for the renewal of a passport, or those applying for the first time must appear personally at the Consulate General for picture taking, data verification, thumb mark/finger-printing and signing of the application form. APPLICATION BY MAIL WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

If applicant wishes the passport to be mailed back by the Consulate, applicant should BRING a selfaddressed stamped envelope (with tracking number) such as Certified Priority Mail, Express Mail or a prepaid UPS/DHL. Metered stamps will not be accepted . The Consulate General assumes no responsibility for any loss through the mail.

A. RENEWAL OF PASSPORT

D. FIRST TIME APPLICANTS

1. Duly accomplished e-passport application form signed by applicant In case of minors below 18 years old, form must signed by the parents or legal guardian upon presentation of proof of guardianship. 2. Latest issued Philippine passport (old passport will be returned to the applicant) 3. Submit photocopies of the following documents: a. pages 1-2 (data page) of the old passport and the page with the latest arrival stamp in the U.S. b. alien registration card (green/pink card), for U.S. permanent residents or U.S. visa c. Birth Certificate d. proof of actual residence such as driver’s license, state ID, employment ID, or utility bills.

9. Accomplish Requirements Nos. 1, 3.b and 3.d 10. For applicants born outside of the Philippines of Filipino parent(s), a Report of Birth must be filed at the Philippine Embassy or Consulate which has jurisdiction over the place of birth. (See Report of Birth Form and Requirements). Copy of the processed Report of Birth should be part of the passport application.

B. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES SUCH AS CHANGE OF LAST NAME 4. For female applicant married in the Philippines, submit original/certified true copy and photocopy of marriage certificate duly authenticated by the National Statistics Office (NSO) . 5. For female applicant married abroad, a Report of Marriage must be filed at the Embassy or Consulate which has jurisdiction over the place where the marriage took place. (See Report of Marriage Form and Requirements). Copy of the processed Report of Marriage should be part of the passport application.

E. FOR DUAL CITIZENS (under R.A, 9225) 11. Accomplish Requirements 1, 2, 3a and 3c 12. Photocopy of Identification Certificate F. SCHEDULE OF FEES: New Passport / Renewal of Passport : US$ 60.00 Replacement of Lost Passport: US$ 90.00 Replacement of Lost ePassport: US$ 150.00 plus US$ 10.00 Fax/Verification Fee Note: Fees are non-refundable and payable only in cash or money order issued in the U.S. or certified, treasurer’s, manager’s or cashier’s check issued by a bank in the U.S. payable to the Philippine Consulate General. Personal checks, credit cards and personal money orders are not accepted.

G. REQUIREMENTS FOR PICTURES  

Pictures will be taken at the Consulate collared shirt / decent attire

C. REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT 6. Accomplish Requirements Nos. 1, 2, 3.b and 3.d 7. Submit a photocopy data pages (pages 1 and 2) of lost passport (if available) 8. Submit one (1) original /certified true copy and one (1) photocopy of Birth Certificate duly authenticated by the National Statistics Office (NSO) in Manila In the absence of an NSO issued Birth Certificate, submit the following: a) Birth Record from the Local Civil Registrar. b) Baptismal Certificate/Voter’s ID/ Seaman’s Book or any public document indicating birth particulars. c) Other supporting documents which will establish applicant’s identity as Filipino citizen, e.g. marriage certificate, school records, professional ID, etc.

H. OTHER REQUIREMENTS The Consular Officer reserves the right to require additional proof or documents from an applicant, to prove his/her citizenship or identity pursuant to the Philippine Passport Law (R.A. 8239) and the Foreign Service Act (R.A. 7157.) I. JURISDICTION OF THE CONSULATE Arkansas Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas

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Incomplete forms and requirements will cause delay in the issuance of your passport.