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Loosing your Philippine passport when you are abroad is not an easy experience . Getting a new one is not convenient, it requires a lot of documents to prepare and additional expenses due to fees to replace the most important document when you are outside the country. We prepared the list of 18 countries where overseas filipino wokers are mostly populated.
Check below or click on your country of residence for lost passport application process, requirements and fees:
A step by step guide on how to get an online appointment for passport renewal.GCC Countries
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:
No appointment required
Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation
Affidavit of Lost of passport
Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)
Download form here
(Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)
Requirements for Lost Passport
Personal appearance is required (for picture, signature and thumbmarks capturing).
Duly accomplished application form.
Affidavit of loss explaining the circumstances surrounding the loss of the passport (3 copies).
Newspaper publication of the lost passport (3 copies).
Police Report with English translation (3 copies).
Photocopy of the lost passport and labor card.
Letter request from the sponsor/employer for replacement of lost passport.
Download Form here
Requirements for Replacement of Lost Passport
if lost ePassport; KD 27 if lost green passport or MRP)
Duly accomplished passport Application Form
Police Report with English translation.
Affidavit of Loss.
If possible, photocopy of the lost passport/Kuwait Civil ID.
Requirements for Replacement of Lost Passport
Accomplished ePassport application form
Police report with English translation done by a certified translator
Copy of publication in English newspaper
Photocopy of the lost passport; to await result of passport issuance verification
Original plus one copy of NSO-issued birth certificate authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), in the case of a person born in the Philippines
Report of Birth, in the case of a person born in Doha
Birth Certificate (with DFA authentication) for person born outside Doha/abroad
NSO-issued marriage certificate authenticated by DFA, in case of a woman married in the Philippines whose lost passport was issued in her married surname
Report of Marriage, in the case of a woman married in Qatar whose lost passport was issued in her married surname
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE)
REPLACEMENT OF LOST / MUTILATED / DAMAGED PASSPORT
Prepare the following requirements:
Duly accomplished ePassport application form.
Original and one (1) copy of the Report of Loss from the UAE Immigration Office, duly stamped by the Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, with English translation. (Make sure that the passport number and the name of the passport owner are stated in the report.)
One (1) photocopy of the lost passport, if available;
If photocopy of lost passport is not available, bring the original and one (1) copy of the following:
Birth Certificated in Security Paper issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), duly authenticated by the DFA.
For married woman, Marriage Certificate in Security Paper of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) duly authenticated by the DFA.
Download form here
Procedures same as Application of Passport. No need to secure appointment.
Police Report on Lost Passport (with English Translation) plus 2 photocopies;
Duly accomplished Affidavit of Loss (downloadable forms) plus 2 photocopies;
Three (3) photocopies of lost passport and NSO Birth Certificate authenticated by DFA
Requirements for Lost Passport
1. Personal appearance is required (for picture, signature and thumbmarks capturing).
2. Duly accomplished application form. DOWNLOAD FORM HERE
3. Affidavit of loss explaining the circumstances surrounding the loss of the passport (3 copies).
4. Police Report with English translation (3 copies).
5. Photocopy of the lost passport and labor card.
6. Letter request from the sponsor/employer for replacement of lost passport.
Two (2) completed passport application forms. DOWNLOAD FORM HERE
Two (2) completed Affidavit of Lost Passport
Original and (1) photocopy of PSA-issued Birth Certificate/Report of Birth
Original and (1) photocopy of PSA-issued Marriage Certificate/Report of Marriage, for married female applicant
Photocopy of the data page of the lost passport, if available
Photocopy of all pages of the damaged passport
Note: There is a 14-day waiting time before the replacement application may be given due course
On filing the application to replace a lost/damaged passport, applicant shall be made to pay GBP5, for the verification of passport issuance and notification of all PHL Embassies/Consulates of the lost passport. Applicant shall be requested to return a week after filing, for an interview. If there are no adverse findings at the interview, the applicant will be allowed to proceed with the passport application.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Duly-accomplished passport application form, typed or printed legibly in black or blue ink, making sure to fill out the “Affidavit of Loss” portion on the form. DOWNLOAD FORM HERE
Photocopy of a state ID, driver’s license, permanent resident alien card, or any other valid photo identification
Photocopy of latest Philippine passport that was lost
Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA, formerly NSO)-issued birth certificate, original and two (2) photocopes (Copies may be ordered online via www.ecensus.com.ph)
Report of Marriage (if marriage was solemnized abroad) or PSA Marriage Certificate (if marriage was solemnized in the Philippines), for married women. Applicant may apply for PSA Marriage Certificate on-line at www.e-census.com.ph.
Police Report, if lost passport is still valid
Self-addressed return envelope, with appropriate stamps for express or priority mail with tracking numbers via US Postal Service, if Passport is to be mailed back. For applicants from the Caribbean Islands, pre-paid mailing envelope from DHL.
Note: The Philippine Embassy/Consulate General assumes no responsibility for any delay or loss in the mail, or while the documents are in the custody of the courier service. The applicant should note the tracking numbers of all envelopes used and submitted.
Duly-accomplished passport application form.
DOWNLOAD FORM HERE
1. Present original and submit photocopy of birth certificate or all of the following:
2. Certification from local civil registrar or National Statistics Office that record of birth is unavailable and the reason/s thereof
3. Baptismal Certificate
4 Birth affidavit in triplicate, notarized and executed by someone who personally knows the applicant stating that the applicant is a Filipino
5. Original police report
6. Copy of immigration record (Canadian).
A. Personal appearance (for taking of biometrics). For children age 7 years and below, their fingerprints and signature will not be taken; a parent will sign on their behalf;
B. Duly accomplished passport application form (click here).
All cases of lost, mutilated and tampered passports take more time than normal applications with the needed verifications and clearances.
· Personal appearance.
· Duly accomplished passport application form
· DFA authenticated PSA (NSO) Birth Certificate or Report of Birth.
· Same documents required for first time passport applicants.
· One (1) acceptable ID and three (3) supporting documents (original and photocopy)
Personal appearance of applicant for an interview. The Consulate must ascertain the circumstances of the loss of the passport and some details of the lost passport.
The Consulate will require the applicant to establish true identity, and for this, an authenticated Philippine Birth Certificate issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) and other identity papers. A photocopy of the lost passport and Australian visa, if possible.
Duly accomplished Passport Application Form.
A non-refundable passport processing fee to be paid either in cash or postal money order payable to the “Philippine Consulate General”. Refer to the Consular Fees.
Replacement of LOST PASSPORT
1. Duly accomplished Passport Application Form (Annex A)Original (and photocopy of )
2. Duly Authenticated Birth Certificate and
3. Original (and photocopy of) Duly Authenticated Marriage Contract, for married women
4. Affidavit of Loss, with fee of €22.50
5. Police Report / Denuncia
6. Application Fee of €135.00 (for lost ePassport) or €81.00 (for lost MRRP or MRP)
7. Photocopy of lost passport, if available
Other documents as may be required, showing photo and signature of applicant, like the following:
Voter’s ID, Baptismal Certificate, PRC IDF, Driver’s License, Seaman’s BookTranscript of Records or DiplomaGovernment Service Record / GSIS / SSS IDsPermesso or Carta di Soggiorno (if documented)
REQUIREMENTS FOR LOST PASSPORT
Affidavit of Loss (2 copies)
Copy of lost passport (if not available, authenticated birth certificate).
Authenticated marriage contract / Report of marriage if lost passport is under married name.
Copy of valid employment contract and Hong Kong ID.
Personal appearance is required.
Personal appearance of the applicant
Duly completed Passport Application form
Affidavit of Loss or Damage
Cash payment for passport replacement and notarization fees (refer to Consular Fees)
Written police report (denuncia)
Photocopy of lost passport
Original and photocopy of PSA issued birth certificate
Other official identification documents (driver’s license, voter’s ID, seaman’s book, etc.) that prove the applicants identity.
Note: There is a 15-day clearance period for investigation and approval from the DFA for lost passport applications. A new passport may only be issued after the DFA has given an official endorsement / approval and the applicant has complied with all the documentary requirements.
PASSPORT REPLACEMENT FOR LOST/ DAMAGED/ MUTILATED PASSPORTS
For all cases of lost, damaged or mutilated passports that are still valid, there is a clearing period of fifteen (15) working days. Therefore, the applicant needs to return to the embassy for interview and evaluation after fifteen (15) working days from the date of application for lost, mutilated or tampered passport.
Submit an Affidavit of Loss (with detailed explanation on when, where and how passport got lost) notarized by MECO.
– If the lost passport is still valid, submit a Police Report of Loss issued by the Taiwan Bureau of Immigration.
– Photocopy of the data page of lost passport (if available).
Police Report with English Translation
Affidavit of Loss (available at the Embassy’s Consular Section)
Photocopy of Data Page of Lost Passport (if available)
Duly accomplished E-Passport Application Form (photo is not required)
DFA Authenticated PSA/NSO Issued Birth Certificate
Any two (2) of the following Government Issued ID with picture to establish identity:
Digitized SSS ID
Digitized BIR ID
Senior Citizen’s ID
Original previous passports
CFO Certificate (with picture printed on certificate)
Payment of KRW 201,300 or USD 150 for lost E-Passport and KRW 120,780 or USD 90 for lost MRP Passport
NOTE: There is a 30-day clearing period prior to the processing of application for replacement of a lost passport.