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Requirements for Passport Renewal

IMPORTANT: ALL PASSPORT APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  APPLICANTS MUST HAVE A CONFIRMED PASSPORT APPOINTMENT SCHEDULE BEFORE COMING TO THE CONSULATE.

To access the passport appointment site:  please click here.

BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR REGULAR RENEWAL OF E-PASSPORTS

  • Confirmed passport appointment schedule from the Consulate
  • Personal appearance of applicant
  • Passport to be renewed
  • Photocopy of passport photo/data page and amendment page, if applicable.
  • One (1) self-addressed envelope (120 x 235 mm size / known in Japan as Nagagata-3 or 長型 3号 type envelope) with ¥900-worth of postage stamps
  • Passport fee of ¥7,800 (cash only); and
  • Additional requirements listed below if applicable to the passport applicant 

Note: Please make all photocopies on A4-size paper before arriving at the Consulate.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING :

If applicant is a minor (below 18 years old):

  • Copy of passport photo/data page and last page;
  • Valid passport and copy of passport photo/data page of parent/ legal guardian (Mother only if the child’s parents are not married. If the mother of the child is not a Filipino citizen, the PSA Birth Certificate or Report of Birth of the child plus will be required. If mother cannot be present, notarized authorization and valid ID of the mother should be presented by the father or legal guardian.).

Note: The PSA Birth Certificate or Report of Birth of the minor child will be required in certain cases to prove parent-child/filial relationship, especially if the mother and minor child do not have the same last names. The parent or legal guardian of the minor needs to accompany the minor in applying for a passport.

If applicant is a married woman who wishes to use her married surname in her new passport:

  • Original plus one photocopy of PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate or original plus one photocopy of Report of Marriage issued by the Consulate. 

If applicant is a formerly married woman who wishes to revert to her maiden name:

  • For all applicants:  Original plus one photocopy of the Philippine Statistical Authority (PSA)/ National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate. Local Civil Registrar transcription is required when entries in the Birth Certificate are unreadable.

In addition, 

        If widowed:

  • Original plus one photocopy of PSA/NSO Death Certificate of the deceased Filipino spouse (issued less than 6 months before date of passport application). Local Civil Registrar (LCR) transcription is required when entries in the Death Certificate are unreadable; or Koseki Tohon for Japanese spouse.

If annulled:

  • Original plus one photocopy of the Philippine Court Order effecting the annulment. The Philippine Court Order must be apostilled by the Department of Foreign Affairs in the Philippines.
  • Original plus one photocopy of the annotated PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage (issued less than 6 months before date of passport application). Local Civil Registrar (LCR) transcription is required when entries in the Marriage Certificate/ Report of Marriage are unreadable.
  • Original plus one photocopy of PSA/NSO Advisory on Marriages (issued less than 6 months before date of passport application).

If divorced by a foreign spouse:

  • Original plus one photocopy of the Philippine Court Recognition effecting the foreign divorce. The court recognition must be apostilled by the Department of Foreign Affairs in the Philippines.
  • Original plus one photocopy of the annotated PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage (issued less than 6 months before date of passport application). Local Civil Registrar (LCR) transcription is required when entries in the Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage are unreadable.
  • Original plus one photocopy of PSA/NSO Advisory on Marriages

If passport to be renewed is the old non-machine-readable brown passport:

  • Copy of passport photo/data page and last page if MRP or MRRP / Copy of passport pages 1,2,3,4 and last page if brown passport
  • If the old passport does not bear the complete middle name, original plus one photocopy of PSA/NSO Birth Certificate or original plus one photocopy of Report of Birth issued by the Consulate. Local Civil Registrar transcription is required when entries in the Birth Certificate are unreadable.

In addition:

  • For female applicants who wish to use their married surname on their passport, original plus one photocopy of PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate or original plus one photocopy of Report of Marriage issued by the Consulate. Local Civil Registrar transcription is required when entries in the Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage are unreadable.

For applicant who is legally adopted, please also submit the following:

  • Original plus one photocopy of PSA/NSO Birth Certificate reflecting name before adoption or original plus one photocopy of the Report of Birth issued by the Consulate and original plus one photocopy of Philippine Court Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality.

If applicant availed of Dual Citizenship or Election of Philippine Citizenship under RA 9225 (The Citizenship Retention and Re-acquisition Act of 2003) please also submit the following:

  • Original plus one photocopy of Identification Certificate (IC) issued by the Bureau of Immigration or the Philippine Embassy/Consulate where the applicant applied for citizenship retention/reacquisition.

REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRST TIME PASSPORT APPLICATION 

  • Confirmed passport appointment schedule from the Consulate
  • Personal appearance of applicant
  • Original plus one photocopy of the applicant's Report of Birth issued by the Philippine Consulate or PSA/NSO issued Birth Certificate
  • One (1) self-addressed return envelope (120 x 235 mm size / known in Japan as Nagagata-3 or 長型 3号 type envelope) with Yen 900 postage stamps
  • Passport fee of ¥7,800 (cash only); and
  • Additional requirements listed below if applicable to the passport applicant.

For minor applicants (below 18 years old):

  • Valid passport of the parents or legal guardian and photocopy of the data page of said passport;
  • The minor applicant must be accompanied by the Filipino parent/guardian

For the legally adopted:

  • Original plus one photocopy of the PSA/NSO issued amended birth certificate reflecting the new adoptive surname
  • If available, originial and photocopy of the PSA/NSO birth certificate before adoption
  • Original plus one photocopy of the Philippine Court Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality

For applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship or Election of Philippine Citizenship under RA 9225 (The Citizenship Retention and Reacquisition Act of 2003):

  • Oath of Allegiance
  • Order of Approval

NOTE: The Consular Officer reserves the right to require additional proof or documents, pursuant to R.A. 8239 (The Philippine Passport Act of 1996) for the purpose of verifying the identity, citizenship and personal circumstances of the applicant.

REQUIREMENTS FOR LOST, MUTILATED OR TAMPERED PASSPORTS AND PASSPORTS WITH DISCREPANCY:

Notes:  All cases of lost, mutilated and tampered passports take more time than normal applications with the needed verifications and clearances.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Confirmed passport appointment schedule from the Consulate
  • Personal appearance
  • PSA (NSO) Birth Certificate or Report of Birth. Local Civil Registrar transcription is required when entries in the Birth Certificate are unreadable.
  • Same documents required for first time passport applicants.
  • One (1) acceptable ID and three (3) supporting documents (original and photocopy); and
  • Applicable fees for replacement of lost or mutilated passport , fees for affidavits and fees for verification.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

For lost passport that could no longer be found:

  • Submit Notarized Affidavit of Loss / Salaysay detailing explanation on when, where and how passport got lost. Form available at the Consulate General or download here.
  • If lost passport is still valid or contains a valid visa, submit Police Report of Loss.
  • Photocopy of the data page of lost passport (if available).

For passport that was declared lost but has now been found:

  • Submit Notarized Affidavit/ Salaysay with detailed explanation on when, where, and how passport was found) – Form available at the Consulate General or download here.
  • Original and photocopy of the data page of passport.

For mutilated or damaged passports:

  • Submit Notarized Affidavit of Mutilation with detailed explanation on when, where, and how passport got mutilated or damaged – Form available at the Consulate General or download here.
  • Original and photocopy of the data page of mutilated or damaged passport.

LIST OF ACCEPTABLE IDs FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT  (At least 1 of the following):

  • Alien Registration Card or Residence Card
  • Government-issued picture IDs such as the following:
    • Digitized SSS ID
    • Driver’s License
    • GSIS E-card
    • PRC ID
    • IBP ID
    • OWWA ID
    • Digitized BIR ID
    • Senior Citizen’s ID
  • Other acceptable picture IDs such as the following:
    • Old College ID
    • Alumni ID
    • Old Employment IDs

LIST OF SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT  (At least 3 of the following):

  • NBI Clearance
  • NSO Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage
  • Land Title
  • Seaman’s Book
  • Elementary or High School Form 137 or Transcript of Records with readable dry seal
  • Government Service Record
  • Voter’s ID
  • 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

IMPORTANT: 

1.      The Consular Officer reserves the right to require additional proof or documents, pursuant to R.A. 8239 (The Philippine Passport Act of 1996) for the purpose of verifying the identity, citizenship and personal circumstances of the applicant.

2.       Submission of the required documents does not guarantee issuance of a new passport.

 

  

 

 

 

MAHALAGANG PAALALA: ANG LAHAT PO NG PASSPORT APPLICATIONS AY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. KINAKAILANGAN PONG MAY CONFIRMED PASSPORT APPOINTMENT ANG ISANG APLIKANTE BAGO MAGPUNTA SA KONSULADO.

Upang ma-access ang passport appointment site, magpunta lamang dito.

 

BASIC REQUIREMENTS PARA SA REGULAR NA RENEWAL NG E-PASSPORT

  • Kumpirmadong passport appointment schedule mula sa Konsulado
  • Personal appearance ng aplikante
  • Passport na ire-renew
  • Photocopy ng passport photo/data page and amendment page, if applicable.
  • Isang (1) self-addressed envelope (120 x235 mm size / tinatawag sa Japan na Nagagata-3 o 長型 3号 na envelope) na may nakalakip na postage stamps na nagkakahalaga ng ¥900
  • Passport fee na nagkakahalaga ng ¥7,800 (cash only); at
  • Mga karagdagang requirements na nakasaad sa ibaba kung naaangkop sa aplikante.

Paalala: Paki-photocopy ang lahat ng kinakailangang dokumento sa A4-size paper bago magtungo sa Konsulado

 

MGA KARAGDAGANG REQUIREMENTS PARA SA MGA SUMUSUNOD:

Kung ang aplikante ay menor de edad o minor (below 18 years old):

  • Photocopy ng photo / data page at last page ng passport na ire-renew;
  • Valid passport at kopya ng photo / data page ng passport ng mga magulang / legal guardian (Kung hindi kasal ang mga magulang ng bata, naaangkop lamang ang nasabing requirement sa nanay ng bata. Kung hindi Filipino ang nanay ng bata, kinakailangan din magdala ng PSA Birth Certificate o Report of Birth ng bata.)
  • Personal appearance ng Filipino parent/s o legal guardian ng bata. Kung hindi makakasama ang nanay ng bata, at ang ama o legal guardian ng bata ang siyang makakasama nito, kinakailangan ng nanay na magbigay ng notarized authorization letter at isang valid ID sa ama o legal guardian ng bata upang maipresenta ang mga ito sa Konsulado. 

Paalala: Ang PSA Birth Certificate o Report of Birth ng bata ay ire-require para mapatunayan na ang kasama ng menor de edad na aplikante ay ang kanyang tunay na magulang, lalo na kung magkaiba ang apelyido o last name ng nanay at ng kanyang menor na edad na anak. Kinakailangang samahan ng magulang o legal guardian ng bata sa paga-apply nito ng passport.

Kung ang isang aplikante ay isang kasal na babae na nagnanais gamiting ang kanyang apelyido sa pagkakakasal sa kanyang bagong passport:

  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate ng aplikante o original at isang (1) photocopy ng Report of Marriage ng aplikante na inisyu ng Konsulado. Kakailanganin ng transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Marriage Certificate ng aplikante. 

 

(Tandaan: Kapag ginamit na ng isang kasal na babae ang apelyido ng kanyang asawa, hindi na niya maaaring maibalik o gamitin ang kanyang apelyido sa pagkadala maliban na lamang kung siya ay mabalo, ma-divorce ng may karampatang Judicial Recognition of Divorce (JRD) mula sa isang Philippine court, o ang kanyang kasal ay ma-annul.)

 

Kung ang aplikante ay babaeng dating kasal na nagnanais na gamitin muli ang kanyang apelyido sa pagkadalaga:

Basic requirement:

  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Birth Certificate ng aplikante. Kakailanganin ang transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Birth Certificate ng aplikante;

Karagdagang requirement/s kung:

 

Balo o Widowed:

  • Kung ang namatay na asawa ay Filipino: Original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Death Certificate ng namatay na asawang Filipino (na inisyu less than 6 months bago ang araw ng paga-apply ng passport ng aplikante). Kakailanganin ng transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Death Certificate. 
  • Kung ang namatay na asawa ay Hapon: Koseki Tohon ng namatay na asawang Hapon.

 

Ang Kasal ay Na-Annul:

  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng Philippine Court Order na nagbibigay bias sa annulment o nagkakaloob ng desisyon hinggil sa annulment. Ang Philippine Court Order ay kinakailangang lagyan ng apostille ng Department of Foreign Affairs sa Pilipinas.
  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng annotated PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage (na inisyu less than 6 months bago ang araw ng pagpa-apply ng passport ng aplikante). Kakailanganin ang transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Marriage Certificate / Report of Marriage ng aplikante.
  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Advisory on Marriages (na inisyu less than 6 months bago ang araw ng paga-apply ng passport ng aplikante)

 

Na-Divorce ng Foreign Spouse / Asawang Dayuhan:

  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng Judicial Recognition of Divorce (JRD) na inisyu ng isang Philippine court. Ang JRD ay kinakailangang may apostille ng Department of Foreign Affairs sa Pilipinas;
  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng annotated PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate o Report of Marriage (na inisyu less than 6 months bago ang araw ng pag-apply ng passport ng aplikante). Kakailanganin ang transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Marriage Certificate / Report of Marriage ng aplikante;
  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Advisory on Marriages (na inisyu less than 6 months bago ang araw ng paga-apply ng passport ng aplikante).

 

Kung ang passport na ire-renew ay hindi ePassport kundi isang Machine Readable Passport (MRP - maroon cover) o Machine Readable-Ready Passport (MRRP - green cover) o brown passport:

  • Photocopy ng photo/data page at last page ng passport kung ang passport ay MRP o MRRP. Photocopy ng passport pages 1,2,3,4 at last page kung ang passport ay brown passport;
  • Kung hindi kumpleto ang pagkakasulat ng middle name sa lumang passport, original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Birth Certificate ng aplikante o original at isang (1) photocopy ng Report of Birth ng aplikante na inisyu ng Konsulado. Kakailanganin ang transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Birth Certificate ng aplikante.
  • Para sa mga babaeng aplikante na nagnanais gamitin ang kanilang apelyido sa pagkakakasal sa bagong passport, kakailanganin niyang mag-submit ng original at isang (1) photocopy ng kanyang PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate o original at isang (1) photocopy ng kanyang Report of Marriage na inisyu ng Konsulado. Kakailanganin ang transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Marriage Certificate / Report of Marriage ng aplikante

Kung ang applikante ay legally adopted:

  • (Kung available) Original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Birth Certificate ng bata na nagpapakita ng ngalan nito bago siya na-adopt o original at isang (1) photocopy ng Report of Birth ng bata na inisyu ng Konsulado;
  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng Philippine Court Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality.

Kung ang aplikante ay nag-avail ng Dual Citizenship o pinili ang maging isang Filipino Citizen sa ilalim ng RA 9225 (The Citizen Retention and Re-acquisition Act of 2003):

  •  Original at isang (1) photocopy ng Oath of Allegiance;
  •  Original at isang (1) photocopy ng Order of Approval;

 

BASIC REQUIREMENTS PARA SA LAHAT NG FIRST TIME PASSPORT APPLICANTS

  • Kumpirmadong passport appointment schedule mula sa Konsulado
  • Personal appearance ng aplikante
  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Birth Certificate ng aplikante o original at isang (1) photocopy ng Report of Birth ng aplikante na inisyu ng Konsulado. Kakailanganin ang transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Birth Certificate ng aplikante.
  • Isang (1) self-addressed envelope (120 x 235 mm size / tinatawag sa Japan na Nagagata-3 or 長型 3号 na envelope) na may nakalakip na postage stamps na nagkakahalaga ng ¥900.
  • Passport fee na nagkakahalaga ng ¥7,800 (cash only); at
  • Mga karagdagang requirements na nakasaad sa ibaba kung naaangkop sa aplikante.

Paalala: Paki-photocopy ang lahat ng kinakailangang dokumento sa A4-size paper bago magtungo sa Konsulado

MGA KARAGDAGANG REQUIREMENTS PARA SA MGA SUMUSUNOD:

Kung ang aplikante ay menor de edad o minor (below 18 years old):

  • Valid passport at kopya ng photo / data page ng passport ng mga magulang / legal guardian (Naaangkop lamang ito sa nanay ng bata kung ang mga magulang nito ay hindi kasal. Kung hindi makakapunta ang nanay ng bata, kinakailangan niyang magbigay ng authorization letter at isang valid ID gaya ng data page ng passport niya sa ama o legal guardian ng bata upang maipresenta ang mga ito sa Konsulado.)
  • Personal appearance ng Filipino parent/s o legal guardian ng bata. Kung hindi kasal ang mga magulang ng bata, at ang ama o legal guardian ng bata ang siyang makakasama nito, kinakailangan ng nanay na magbigay ng notarized authorization letter at isang valid ID gaya ng data page ng passport niya sa ama o legal guardian ng bata upang maipresenta ang mga ito sa Konsulado. 

Kung ang applikante ay legally adopted:

  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng amended PSA/NSO Birth Certificate ng aplikante na nagpapakita ng bago niyang pangalan o adoptive surname.
  • Kung available, original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Birth Certificate ng aplikante bago siya na-adopt.
  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng Philippine Court Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality.

Kung ang aplikante ay nag-avail ng Dual Citizenship o pinili ang maging isang Filipino Citizen sa ilalim ng RA 9225 (The Citizen Retention and Re-acquisition Act of 2003):

  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng Identification Certificate na ginawa ng Bureau of Immigration o Philippine Embassy/Consulate.

Paalala: Ang Opisyal ng Konsulado ay may karapatang mag-require ng karagdagang pagpapatunay o dokumento sa aplikante alinsunod sa RA 8239 (The Philippine Passport Act of 1996) upang ma-verify ang identity, citizenship, at personal na kalagayan ng aplikante) 

MGA REQUIREMENTS PARA SA LOST, MUTILATED, OR TAMPERED PASSPORT AT SA PASSPORT NA MAY DISCREPANCY

Paalala: Hindi applicable sa aplikanteng may lost, mutilated, tampered passport, or discrepancy sa passport ang regular waiting period sa pagproproseso, pag-apply, at pag-release ng passport dala ng mga kinakailangang clearance at pagpapatunay o verifications.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Kumpirmadong passport appointment schedule mula sa Konsulado
  • Personal appearance ng aplikante
  • Original at isang (1) photocopy ng PSA/NSO Birth Certificate ng aplikante o original at isang (1) photocopy ng Report of Birth ng aplikante na inisyu ng Konsulado. Kakailanganin ang transcript mula sa Local Civil Registrar kung hindi mabasa ang nakasulat sa Birth Certificate ng aplikante.
  • Mga iba pang dokumentong nire-require din para sa mga first time passport applicants.
  • Original at tig-isang photocopy ng isang (1) acceptable ID at tatlong (3) supporting documents; at
  • Karampatang fees o bayad para sa replacement of lost or mutilated passport kasama ang bayad para sa mga kinakailangang affidavits at verification.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Para sa aplikanteng may nawawala at di na makitang passport:

  • Isang (1) notarized Affidavit of Loss / Salaysay na nagdedetalye at nagpapaliwanag kung kailan, saan, at papaano nawala ang passport ng aplikante. Ang nasabing affidavit o salaysay ay makukuha mula sa Konsulado o maaaring i-download dito.
  • Kung ang nawalang passport ay valid o may bisa pa o di kaya’y naglalaman ng valid pang visa, mag-submit ng Police Report of Loss.
  • Photocopy ng photo/data page ng nawawalang passport, kung available.

Para sa aplikanteng nauna nang nagdeklara na nawawala ang kanyang passport ngunit kinalaunan ay natagpuan niyang muli ang kanyang passport:

  • Isang (1) notarized Affidavit / Salaysay na nagdedetalye at nagpapaliwanag kung kailan, saan, at papaano natagpuan ang passport ng aplikante. Ang nasabing affidavit o salaysay ay makukuha mula sa Konsulado o maaaring i-download dito.
  • Ang natagpuang passport ng applicante at isang (1) photocopy ng photo/data page ng nasabing passport.

Para sa aplikanteng may mutilated o damaged passport:

  • Isang (1) notarized Affidavit of Mutilation / Salaysay na nagdedetalye at nagpapaliwanag kung kailan, saan, at papaano nasira o na-mutilate o damage ang passport ng aplikante. Ang nasabing affidavit o salaysay ay makukuha mula sa Konsulado o maaaring i-download dito.
  • Ang mutilated o damaged passport ng aplikante at isang (1) photocopy ng photo/data page ng nasabing passport.

LISTAHAN NG MGA ACCEPTABLE IDs:

Magsumite ng hindi kukulang sa isa (1) sa mga sumusunod kasama ng photocopy nito:

  • Alien Registration Card o Residence Card
  • Government-issued IDs na may litrato ng aplikante gaya ng mga sumusunod:
    • Digitized SSS ID
    • Driver’s License
    • GSIS eCard o UMID card
    • PRC ID
    • IBP ID
    • OWWA ID
    • Digitized BIR ID
    • Senior Citizen’s ID
  • Iba pang acceptable IDs na may litrato ng aplikante:
    • Lumang College o University ID
    • Alumni ID
    • Lumang Employment IDs

LISTAHAN NG MGA SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS:

Magsumite ng hindi kukulang sa tatlo (3) ng mga sumusunod kasama ng tig-isang photocopy ng mga ito:

  • NBI Clearance
  • PSA/NSO Marriage Certificate o Report of Marriage
  • Land Title
  • Seaman’s Book
  • Elementary of High School Form 137 o Transcript of Records na may nababasa o naaaninag na dry seal
  • Government Service Record
  • Voter’s ID
  • Police Clearance
  • Barangay Clearance
  • Mga lumang dokumentong na-isyu at least one year bago ang araw ng paga-apply ng passport ng aplikante na nagpapakita ng kanyang tama at kumpletong pangalan, date at place of birth, picture at signature kagaya ng mga sumusunod na dokumento:
    • PSA/NSO Birth Certificate ng anak / mga anak
    • SSS-E1 Form o Microfilm Copy ng SSS-E1 Form
    • Income Tax Return (ITR)
    • Voter’s Certification, List of Voters and Voter’s Registration Record (para sa kaka-isyung VRR, paki lakip ang resibo nito)
    • School Yearbook
    • Community Tax Certificate (CTC)

Mahalagang Paalala:

  1. Ang Opisyal ng Konsulado ay may karapatang mag-require ng karagdagang pagpapatunay o dokumento sa aplikante alinsunod sa RA 8239 (The Philippine Passport Act of 1996) upang ma-verify ang identity, citizenship, at personal na kalagayan ng aplikante.
  2. Ang submission ng mga nasabing requirements o documents sa itaas ay hindi garantiya na maiisyuhan ng panibagong passport ang aplikante.