Walk-in passport service for Filipinos
The Philippine Embassy will accept a maximum of 100 passport applicants without appointments starting June 29 until July 23, from 12 noon to 4 p.m., Ambassador Ezzedin H. Tago said.
“The walk-in applicants will have to undergo overseas voter registration prior to passport processing and it will be on a first-come, first served basis,” he said.
Consul General Marshall Louis Alferez said that once the daily quota of 100 applicants is reached, the remaining applicants will have to return the following day.
However, this consideration does not apply to the following: Those with final exit visas or are applying for final exits; newborns or children up to one year old; senior citizens aged 60 or above; people with physical disabilities; females with child and have a certificate to prove they are pregnant and those who have lost their passport and need a replacement.
Passport applicants are required to show the original passport for renewal and submit a photocopy of passport data page.