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First time application, renewal and replacement (of lost and expired) costs:
For regular processing, it will cost Php950.00
For express processing, it will cost Php1200.00
You can go to the nearest DFA consular office nearest to your area. To see the list and set an appointment, please click the link below.
Duly accomplished application form.
Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar duly authenticated by NSO.
Proof of identity / Supporting documents indicating full name, date and place of birth and citizenship
Other Supporting documents.
Marriage Contract (MC) in Security Paper issued by NSO or Certified True Copy issued by the Local Civil Registrar duly authenticated by NSO.
For married women who would like to revert back to their maiden name
If already widowed: Death Certificate of the deceased husband;
If marriage is annulled: Certified true copy and photocopy of the first page and the dispositive portion of the judgment on annulment and NSO-issued MC with the annotation on the annulment decree;
If divorced: Certified true copy and photocopy of the first page and the dispositive portion of the judgment on divorce secured by foreign spouse authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the divorce is obtained.
- Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is of legitimate status).
Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance
Affidavit of Support and Consent
Affidavit of support and consent (must be authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General if not executed before a Consul).
Special Power of Attorney (must be authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General if not executed before a Consul designating the representative by name and authorizing him to apply for a passport on behalf of the minor).
Passport and photocopy of the passport of the traveling companion of the minor.
Identification Card and photocopy thereof of the duly authorized person.For Muslim applicants
- Please refer to requirements for first time passport applicants.
Late registered Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO)
Original and photocopy of Voter's Affidavit or other supporting documents indicating date and place of birth and citizenship, identity and tribal affiliation.
Certificate from the Office on Muslim Affairs (OMA)
Please go to this link to set an appointnment for your passport application
Keep in mind the following reminders:
- Fill out application form completely, download and print with the appointment reference numbers.
- Applicants will not be admitted at the entrance gate without valid appointment and application forms.
- Photocopy all the necessary documents before proceeding to DFA Manila.
- Applicants will not be processed if they do not have complete set of photocopies of their documents.
- Please make sure that you are familiar with the application procedures before proceeding.
Note: Setting an appointment is free of charge.
The new Philippine passport (e-passport) is darker in color (darker maroon) and has a gold microchip embedded on the front cover.
- Government-issued picture IDs such as the following:
- Digitized SSS ID
- Driver’s License
- GSIS E-card
- PRC ID
- Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) ID
- OWWA ID
- Digitized BIR ID
- Senior Citizen’s ID
- Old College ID
- Alumni ID
- Old Employment IDs
- Voter’s ID
- NSO Marriage Contract
- Land Title
- Seaman’s Book
- Elementary or High School Form 137 or Transcript of Records with readable dry seal
- Government Service Record
- NBI Clearance
- Police Clearance
- Barangay Clearance
- Old documents issued at least one year prior to date of application that show correct name, date and place of birth, picture and signature of applicant such as the following:
- NSO Birth Certificate of child / children
- SSS-E1 Form or Microfilmed Copy of SSS-E1 Form
- Income Tax Return
- Voter’s Certification, List of Voters and Voter’s Registration Record (for newly issued VRR, please attach receipt)
- School Yearbook
- Community Tax Certificate
A Philippine passport is valid for up to five (5) years.