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  • Due to physical distancing measures being implemented, this service is strictly BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  
  • Applicants must bring with them a copy of their confirmed appointment (printed or digital) during their scheduled visit to the Philippine Embassy.
  • Only those with confirmed appointments will be allowed inside the Embassy premises, in accordance with physical distancing measures.
  • We only accept payments made via card or contactless.
  • Collection of documents will only be done by post due to physical distancing measures being implemented.  All applicants must submit a self-addressed, stamped, special delivery envelope with tracking number together with all of their documentary requirements.  Click here to view what the recommended envelope looks like.

 

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The requirements for passport applications vary according to the circumstances surrounding the application. Please click on the links below to get the complete list of requirements that applies to you.

 

ADULT APPLICANTS (18 years and older)

RENEWAL 

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol)

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol; WIth name change)

RENEWAL of Passport - Adult Applicants who are Dual Citizens (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol)

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (Green and Other Older Passports)

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (Machine Readable Passports / Maroon WITHOUT Electronic Chip symbol on the front cover)

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol, EXPIRED for not more than two years)

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol, EXPIRED for two years or more)

 

NEW PASSPORT APPLICATION 

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (DUAL CITIZEN)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (18 years and older)

NEW Passport – Applicants Who Underwent the Process of Adoption

NEW Passport – For Applicants Who Were Issued a Travel Document

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Late Registration of Birth)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (No Birth Record – Born After 1950)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (No Birth Record – Born Before 1950)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Incomplete Data in Birth Certificate / Report of Birth)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Data Discrepancy in the Birth Certificate / Report of Birth and other documents)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (For Applicants Whose Marriage has been Dissolved and Who Wish to Revert to their Maiden Name)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Naturalized Filipino Citizen)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Philippine Citizenship Obtained by Election)

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Philippine Citizenship Granted by Act of Legislation)

 

 

MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years and younger)

RENEWAL 

RENEWAL of Passport – Minor Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol)

 

NEW PASSPORT APPLICATION - Minor Applicants (17 yo and below)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (FIRST TIME APPLICANTS WHO ARE DEPENDENTS OF DUAL CITIZEN PARENTS UNDER RA 9225)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Below 18 Years Old)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Unaccompanied by Parent During Application Process)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Not Travelling with Parent/s)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Illegitimate Child and the Mother is deceased, the Father is unknown)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Illegitimate Child in the Custody of the Mother)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Undergoing or has Undergone Process of Domestic Adoption, Travelling with at least one adoptive parent)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Undergoing or has Undergone Process of Domestic Adoption, Unaccompanied by Adoptive Parent During Application)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Undergoing or has Undergone Process of Domestic Adoption, Not Travelling with Adoptive Parent/s)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Undergoing or has Undergone Process of Foreign Adoption or the Inter Country Adoption Board (ICAB) Adoption Process)

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Foundling, not for adoption)

 

REPLACEMENT OF LOST / DAMAGED PASSPORT

REPLACEMENT of LOST PASSPORT (Valid / Expired)

REPLACEMENT of DAMAGED / MUTILATED Passport



General Reminders

 

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, as mandated by the Philippine Passport Act.
  • Bring a photocopy of your documentary requirements.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age 
    •  The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter.
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time is at least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.



RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL)
  • Original, latest passport and a photocopy of the data page.
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed, stamped, prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.  

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents.

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the processing counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants purusant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

RENEWAL of Passport – Minor Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol)

 

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original, latest passport and a photocopy of the applicant's passport data page; 
    • If the minor is an illegitimate child, personal appearance of the mother is required.
    • If either parent is unable to appear, the following must be presented:
      • A Special Power of Attorney (SPA) authorising a representative to assist the child in the application process
      • A copy of either parent’s valid passport
      • A copy of the valid passport or photographic ID of the authorized representative
    • Original and a photocopy of the accompanying parent's valid passport
    • Original and a photocopy of the School ID (if available)
    • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
    • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly.  The parent / legal guardian must sign the passport application form.

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit the documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • Bring the original and a photocopy of the minor applicant's PSA-issued Birth Certificate, in case the processor will request to review this in order to verify some details.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol; WIth name change)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL)
  • Original and a photocopy of the data page of the latest passport
  • Original and a photocopy of the supporting documents, in case of name change
    • PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Local Civil Registrar-issued Marriage Certificate authenticated by PSA (in case PSA MC is not yet available)
    • If married abroad, PSA-issued Report of Marriage or Philippine Embassy-issued Report of Marriage (in case PSA MC is not yet available; the Report of Marriage must be issued by the Philippine Embassy in London)
    • Annotated PSA-issued Birth Certificate, for cases of corrected name entries (To request for a copy, click this link)
    • Annotated PSA-issued Marriage Contract to show annulment / divorce / court ordered instruction (To request for a copy, click this link)
    • Death Certificate of Spouse
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes around least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (No PSA Birth Certificate / Report of Birth Yet)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original and a photocopy of the proof of birth
    • If born in the Philippines
      • Certified True Copy of the Local Civil Registrar Birth Certificate authenticated by PSA (To request for a copy, click this link)
    • If born abroad
      • Original and a photocopy of Report of Birth or first indorsement from the Consular Records Division
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport or valid government-issued ID of either parent
  • Personal appearance of either parent if the minor is a legitimate child; or
    • If the minor is an illegitimate child, personal appearance of the mother is required.
    • If either parent is unable to appear, the following must be presented:
      • A Special Power of Attorney (SPA) authorising a representative to assist the child in the application process
      • A copy of either parent’s valid passport
      • A copy of the valid passport or photographic ID of the authorized representative
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Passport
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly.  The application form must be signed by the parent / legal guardian.

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •   Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

RENEWAL of Passport - Adult Applicants who are Dual Citizens (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL)
  • Original and a photocopy of the data page of the latest Philippine passport
  • Original and photocopy of the Oath of Allegiance, Order of Approval, and the Identification Certificate from the Philippine Foreign Service Post (FSP) or the Bureau of Immigration (BI)
  • Government issued IDs (Philippine or from country of second citizenship)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter to submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • If the passport you are renewing is Green or Maroon without the electronic chip logo, please refer to the requirements under RENEWAL Passport – Adult Applicants (Green and Other Older Passports).
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport Adult Applicants (Dual Citizen)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original copy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper. (To request for a copy, click this link)
  • Original and photocopy of the Oath of Allegiance, Order of Approval, and the Identification Certificate from the Philippine Foreign Service Post (FSP) or the Bureau of Immigration (BI)
  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-authenticated Marriage Certificate (applicable only for married women who wish to use their married surname). (To request for a copy, click this link)
    • If the Birth Certificate was registered less than ten (10) years ago, bring any of the following:
      • IDs issued before the birth certificate’s date of registration
      • Current IDs
      • Valid National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) clearance
  • At least one (1) Valid ID and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
    • Valid ID issued by the country of second citizenship
  • Original and photocopy of the data page of the applicant’s latest Philippine passport, if available; if not, the applicant must bring a copy of his / her Notarized Affidavit explaining the Loss or unavailability of the Philippine passport
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Additional Requirements for Special Cases

 

Married Women

  • For married women with no other special circumstances:
    • Original PSA-issued Marriage Certificate (if married in the Philippines) or PSA-issued Report of Marriage (if married in the UK or overseas). (To request for a copy, click this link)
      • If married in the UK:
        • Original and a photocopy of the Report of Marriage (ROM) issued less than a year by the Philippine Embassy / Consulate where the marriage took place. If ROM is more than one (1) year old, bring the original and photocopy of the PSA-issued Report of Marriage.
        • If married in the Philippines:
          • Original and a photocopy of the Marriage Contract duly authenticated by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).
  • For a married woman using her husband’s surname but is now a widow or has had her marriage dissolved through a court process:
    • PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage (ROM) in all cases plus any of the following documents, whichever is applicable:
      • For widowed applicants
        • Original and photocopy of the PSA-issued death certificate of the husband; or
        • PSA-issued marriage certificate with an annotation on the court decree on presumptive death
        • For annulled marriages
          • Original and photocopy of the annotated PSA-issued Marriage Contract reflecting the annulment decision.
          • For divorced applicants
            • Original and photocopy of the annotated Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court.

 

 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly.

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter to submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport Minor Applicants (FIRST TIME APPLICANTS WHO ARE DEPENDENTS OF DUAL CITIZEN PARENTS UNDER RA 9225)

(This is applicable solely for minor applicants who are dependents of parents who have undergone the process of reacquiring their Philippine citizenship under RA 9225)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Personal appearance of either parent if the minor is a legitimate child; or
    • If the minor is an illegitimate child, personal appearance of the mother is required.
    • If either parent is unable to appear, the following must be presented:
      • A Special Power of Attorney (SPA) authorising a representative to assist the child in the application process
      • A copy of either parent’s valid passport
      • A copy of the valid passport or photographic ID of the authorized representative
  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Birth Certificate or PSA-issued Report of Birth (if born abroad). (To request for a copy, click here)
    • For a Birth Certificate / Report of Birth registered less than ten (10) years ago, bring IDs issued before the birth certificate’s date of registration or either a valid foreign passport or valid school ID
    • For minors legitimated by the subsequent marriage of parents, original and photocopy of the annotated PSA Birth Certificate on the child’s status as legitimated.
    • For minors acknowledged by their fathers, please bring the original and a photocopy of the PSA Birth Certificate reflecting the surname of the father with the father’s Affidavit of Acknowledgment and Consent to use his surname.
  • Original and a photocopy of the valid passports or valid government IDs of the parents
  • Original and a photocopy of the Dual Citizenship documents of parents (Oath of Allegiance, Identification Certificate, and Order of Approval indicating the name of the minor dependent)
  • Original and a photocopy of the identification Certificate of the Minor Dependent
  • Original and a photocopy of the latest Philippine passport, if available; or a Notarised Affidavit explaining the loss of unavailability of the Philippine passport
  • Valid IDs
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly. The passport form must be signed by the accompanying parent or legal guardian.

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Below 18 Years Old)

 

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original and a photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper. (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Personal appearance of either parent if the minor is a legitimate child; or

If the minor is an illegitimate child, personal appearance of the mother is required.

If neither parent is able to appear personally at the Embassy, the following requirements must be submitted:

  • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) authorizing a representative to assist the child in the application process.
  • Original and a photocopy of the data page of either parent’s passport
  • Original and a photocopy of any valid ID of the authorized representative
  • Passport of either parent and a photo copy of the data page
  • At least one (1) Valid ID of either parent and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Additional Requirements for Special Cases

 

For minors legitimated by the subsequent marriage of parents

  • Original and a photocopy of the annotated PSA Birth Certificate on the child’s legitimated states. (To request for a copy, click here)

 For minors acknowledged by their fathers (born in the Philippines)

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA Birth Certificate reflecting the surname of the father
  • Original and a photocopy of the father’s Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use his surname

For minors acknowledged by their fathers (born outside the Philippines)

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA Birth Certificate reflecting the surname of the father
  • Original and a photocopy of the Affidavit of Acknowledgment of Paternity executed by the father
  • Original and a photocopy of the Affidavit of Support and Consent to use the surname of the father, executed by the mother of the minor applicant
  • Certificate of Registration

For minors who underwent the process of adoption

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA Birth Certificate issued after the adoption decree, bearing an annotation of recognition of adoption by a Philippine court for domestic adoption
  • Personal appearance of adoptive parents

For minors who underwent the process of foreign adoption or who have undergone the adoption process under the Inter-Country Adoption Board (ICAB)

  • Personal appearance of minor applicant and the ICAB representative
  • Original and photocopy of the PSA-issued Birth Certificate / PSA Certificate of Foundling (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Certificate of child Available for Adoption / Deed of Voluntary Commitment
  • ICAB-issued documents:
    • ICAB Endorsement
    • Placement of Authority
    • Certificate of Issuance of Passport
  • Clearance for Inter-Country Adoption
  • Child Study Report
  • Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Clearance

For minors who are foundlings but are not for adoption

  • Personal appearance of minor applicant and adult guardian
  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Certificate of Foundling (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport or other valid government-issued ID of the adult guardian
  • DSWD Clearance
  • Affidavit of Guardianship

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly. The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent or legal guardian.

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.


NEW Passport – Applicants Who Underwent the Process of Adoption

 

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA Birth Certificate issued after the adoption decree, bearing an annotation of the recognition of adoption by a Philippine court for domestic adoption. (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Additional Requirement for Married Women
  • Original copy of the PSA-authenticated Marriage Certificate. (To request for a copy, click here)

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly.  The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent or legal guardian.

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

REPLACEMENT of Lost Passport (Valid / Expired)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Two (2) copies of the accomplished passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW)
  • Two (2) photocopies of the data page of the lost passport
  • Personal appearance and interview
    • Interview schedule for applicants takes place a week after the application to replace a lost passport has been filed.  A schedule will be provided to the Applicant by the Evaluating Officer upon submission of all documentary requirements.
  • Original and two photocopies of your Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
    • Original copy of the PSA-authenticated Marriage Certificate for married women who are using their spouse’s last name
  • Original and two photocopies of any 2 of the following valid IDs
    • Digitized SSS / GSIS Unified Multipurpose Identification Card (UMID)
    • LTO Driver’s License Card
    • Philippine Professional Regulation Commission Identification Card (PRC ID)
    • Philippine Overseas Workers Welfare Administration Identification Card (OWWA ID) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment card (DOLE card)
    • Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • NBI Certificate
    • PNP Certificate
    • Digitized BIR Identification Card
    • Philippine Senior Citizen’s Identification Card
    • Alumni Identification Card
    • Seaman’s Book
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License
    • Persons with Disabilities (PWD) ID
    • School ID
    • Any other valid Philippine government-issued ID card
  • Original and two (2) photocopies, Police Report in English or crime reference number (if the passport was stolen)
  • Affidavit of Loss in English (GBP 23.00)
    • Download the form here
  • Passport processing fee 
    • For ePassport (GBP 137.00)
    • For MRP, MRRP, or Green Passport (GBP 82.00)
  • Self-addressed prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Additional Requirements for Special Cases

For minor applicants

  • Duly accomplished application form for minors (Form No. 3—MINOR), instead of Form No. 1—NEW.
  • Personal appearance of either parent if minor is a legitimate child
    • If minor is an illegitimate child, personal appearance of the mother is required
    • If neither parents is able to appear personally during the application process, the following documents must be presented:
      • Special Power of Attorney authorizing a representative to assist the minor during the application process
      • Original and a photocopy of the valid ID of the authorized representative
      • Photocopy of the valid Philippine passport of either parent

For a married woman who is using her husband’s surname on her passport

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Contract or Report of Marriage (if marriage was solemnized outside of the Philippines) (To request for a copy, click here)

For dual citizens

  • Original and a photocopy of the following:
    • Oath of Allegiance
    • Identification Certificate
    • Order of Appointment

For widows

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage bearing an annotation on the court decree on presumptive death (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the husband’s death certificate (To request for a copy, click here)

For women whose marriage was annulled

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued annotated Marriage Contract reflecting the annulment decision (To request for a copy, click here)

For divorcees

  • Original and a photocopy of the annotated Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court (To request for a copy, click here)

For passport withheld by the UK Home Office or Visa Processing

  • A letter from the Home Office stating such

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) and the Affidavit of Loss completely and correctly.

3. Prepare your supporting documents.

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

a. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit the documentary requirements.

b. Pay the following fees at the Consular section cashier:

Affidavit of Loss in English (GBP 23.00)

Passport processing fee (ePassport GBP 137.00 ; MRP / MRRP / Green Passport GBP 82.00)

5. After submitting the Affidavit of Loss, you will be given an interview schedule with a Consular Officer.  The interview is scheduled at least seven working days after filing the Affidavit of Loss.

6. Return to the Embassy for your interview.  

7. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants.
  • There is a 15-working day clearing period for all applications to replace a lost passport.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

REPLACEMENT of Damaged / Mutilated Passport

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Accomplished passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of your Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-authenticated Marriage Certificate for married women who are using their spouse’s last name
  • Original and a photocopy of any 2 of the following valid IDs
    • Digitized SSS / GSIS Unified Multipurpose Identification Card (UMID)
    • LTO Driver’s License Card
    • Philippine Professional Regulation Commission Identification Card (PRC ID)
    • Philippine Overseas Workers Welfare Administration Identification Card (OWWA ID) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment card (DOLE card)
    • Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • NBI Certificate
    • PNP Certificate
    • Digitized BIR Identification Card
    • Philippine Senior Citizen’s Identification Card
    • Alumni Identification Card
    • Seaman’s Book
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License
    • Persons with Disabilities (PWD) ID
    • School ID
    • Any other valid Philippine government-issued ID card
  • Police Report in English or crime reference number (if the passport was stolen)
  • Affidavit of Explanation (GBP 23.00)
    • Download the form here
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 137.00)
  • Self-addressed prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

a. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.

b. Pay the following fees at the Consular section cashier:

  • Affidavit of Explanation in English (GBP 23.00)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 137.00)

5. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Law.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – For Applicants Who Were Issued a Travel Document

 

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Accomplished passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW)
  • Affidavit of Explanation executed by the applicant detailing the reason for the issuance of the travel document and the unavailability of the passport (Download here)
  • Original and a photocopy of your Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-authenticated Marriage Certificate for married women who are using their spouse’s last name
  • Original and a photocopy of any 2 of the following valid IDs
    • Digitized SSS / GSIS Unified Multipurpose Identification Card (UMID)
    • LTO Driver’s License Card
    • Philippine Professional Regulation Commission Identification Card (PRC ID)
    • Philippine Overseas Workers Welfare Administration Identification Card (OWWA ID) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment card (DOLE card)
    • Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • NBI Certificate
    • PNP Certificate
    • Digitized BIR Identification Card
    • Philippine Senior Citizen’s Identification Card
    • Alumni Identification Card
    • Seaman’s Book
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License
    • Persons with Disabilities (PWD) ID
    • School ID
    • Any other valid Philippine government-issued ID card
  • A self-addressed, stamped, special delivery envelope with tracking number

Additional Requirements for Special Cases

 For minor applicants

  • Duly accomplished application form for minors (Form No. 3—MINOR), instead of Form No. 1—NEW.
  • Personal appearance of either parent if minor is a legitimate child
    • If minor is an illegitimate child, personal appearance of the mother is required
    • If neither parents is able to appear personally during the application process, the following documents must be presented:
      • Special Power of Attorney authorizing a representative to assist the minor during the application process
      • Original and a photocopy of the valid ID of the authorized representative
      • Photocopy of the valid Philippine passport of either parent

For a married woman who is using her husband’s surname on her passport

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Contract or Report of Marriage (if marriage was solemnized outside of the Philippines) (To request for a copy, click here)

For dual citizens

  • Original and a photocopy of the following:
    • Oath of Allegiance
    • Identification Certificate
    • Order of Appointment

For widows

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage bearing an annotation on the court decree on presumptive death (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the husband’s death certificate (To request for a copy, click here)

For women whose marriage was annulled

  • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued annotated Marriage Contract reflecting the annulment decision (To request for a copy, click here)

For divorcees

  • Original and a photocopy of the annotated Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court (To request for a copy, click here)

 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

a. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.

b. Pay the following fees at the Consular section cashier:

  • Affidavit of Loss in English (GBP 23.00)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)

c. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Law.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes around six (6) to eight (8) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (Green and Other Older Passports)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment.
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
    • If Report of Birth was registered less than one (1) year ago
      • Original and photocopy of the Report of Birth duly registered at Post
  • If Birth Certificate / Report of Birth was registered less than ten (10) years ago
    • Any ID issued before the birth certificate’s date of registration
    • Baptismal certificate, school records or any other documents verifying the applicant’s identity
  • Original and photocopy of the data page of the applicant’s latest passport
  • Original and photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Affidavit of Explanation for Late Renewal of Passport (Download here)
  • Self-addressed prepaid registered mailing envelope

Additional Requirements (if applicable)

 

For married women

  • If married in the Philippines
    • Original and a photocopy of PSA-issued marriage Certificate (To request for a copy, click here)
  • If married in the UK
    • Original and a photocopy of the Report of Marriage (ROM) issued less than a year by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the marriage was solemnized. If ROM was issued more than a year before passport application, the applicant must bring the original and a photocopy of her PSA-issued Report of Marriage.

For a married woman using her husband’s surname but who has been widowed or who marriage has been dissolved through a court process

  • A PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage must be presented in addition to the following documents:
    • For widows
      • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Death Certificate of the husband or a PSA-issued Marriage Certificate annotated with the court decree on presumptive death
  • For applicants who underwent the process of annulment
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Contract annotated with the annulment decision
  • For divorced applicants
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

 

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (Machine Readable Passports / Maroon without Electronic Chip symbol on the front cover)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of the data page of the applicant’s latest passport
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Additional Requirements (if applicable)

 

For married women

  • If married in the Philippines
    • Original and a photocopy of PSA-issued marriage Certificate (To request for a copy, click here)
  • If married in the UK
    • Original and a photocopy of the Report of Marriage (ROM) issued less than a year by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the marriage was solemnized. If ROM was issued more than a year before passport application, the applicant must bring the original and a photocopy of her PSA-issued Report of Marriage.

For a married woman using her husband’s surname but who has been widowed or who marriage has been dissolved through a court process

  • A PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage must be presented in addition to the following documents:
    • For widows
      • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Death Certificate of the husband or a PSA-issued Marriage Certificate annotated with the court decree on presumptive death
  • For applicants who underwent the process of annulment
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Contract annotated with the annulment decision
  • For divorced applicants
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks..
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

New Passport – Adult Applicants (18 years and older)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
    • If Report of Birth was registered less than one (1) year ago
      • Original and photocopy of the Report of Birth duly registered at Post
  • If Birth Certificate / Report of Birth was registered less than ten (10) years ago
    • Any ID issued before the birth certificate’s date of registration
    • Baptismal certificate, school records or any other documents verifying the applicant’s identity
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)

Note: The Embassy accepts IDs issued by foreign governments provided that the name reflected on the ID is identical to the applicant's name as it is reflected on his/her birth certificate.

  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed prepaid registered mailing envelope

Additional Requirements (if applicable)

 

For married women

  • If married in the Philippines
    • Original and a photocopy of PSA-issued marriage Certificate (To request for a copy, click here)
  • If married in the UK
    • Original and a photocopy of the Report of Marriage (ROM) issued less than a year by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the marriage was solemnized. If ROM was issued more than a year before passport application, the applicant must bring the original and a photocopy of her PSA-issued Report of Marriage.

For a married woman using her husband’s surname but who has been widowed or who marriage has been dissolved through a court process

  • A PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage must be presented in addition to the following documents:
    • For widows
      • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Death Certificate of the husband or a PSA-issued Marriage Certificate annotated with the court decree on presumptive death
  • For applicants who underwent the process of annulment
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Contract annotated with the annulment decision
  • For divorced applicants
    •  Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court

Steps

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly.

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pusuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

 

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol, EXPIRED for not more than two years)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL)
  • Original, latest passport and a photocopy of its data page
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL) completely and correctly     

3. Prepare your supporting documents.

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

 

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

 

RENEWAL of Passport – Adult Applicants (ePassport / Maroon with electronic chip symbol, EXPIRED for two years or more)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL)
  • Original and a photocopy of the latest passport and a photocopy of the data page
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Affidavit of Explanation on the non-renewal of Philippines passport. The Affidavit must bear a declaration of Philippine citizenship / dual citizenship (Download here)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 2—RENEWAL) completely and correctly     

3. Prepare your supporting documents.

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

New Passport – Adult Applicants (Late Registration of Birth)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Supporting documents
    • Birth Certificate registered at least ten years ago
      • Original and a photocopy of any supporting document bearing the applicant’s complete name and date / place of birth (e.g. Baptismal Certificate, Transcript of Records, Voter’s Affidavit, any other ID bearing the applicant’s date and place of birth)
  • Birth Certificate registered less than ten years ago
    • IDs pre-dating the late registration
    • Original and a photocopy of any supporting document bearing the applicant’s complete name and date / place of birth (e.g. Baptismal Certificate, Transcript of Records, Voter’s Affidavit, any other ID bearing the applicant’s date and place of birth)
    • National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance (in case an ID pre-dating the late registration is unavailable)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly   

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

New Passport – Adult Applicants (No Birth Record – Born After 1950)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Original copy of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-authenticated late registered Birth Certificate with IDs pre-dating the late registration
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (No Birth Record – Born Before 1950)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Original and a photocopy of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-authenticated Certificate of No Birth Record
  • Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons attesting to the applicant’s identity
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

     

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    •  Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Incomplete Data in Birth Certificate / Report of Birth)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-authenticated Birth Certificate in Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Proof of filing of supplemental report or correction from the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) with jurisdiction of the applicant’s place of birth
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

 

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Data Discrepancy in the Birth Certificate / Report of Birth and other documents)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-authenticated Birth Certificate in Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Supporting documents
    • If the discrepancy is found in the Birth Certificate
      • Annotated Birth Certificate authenticated by PSA reflecting the corrected entry
  • If the discrepancy is found in other documents
    • The entry in the Birth Certificate will be followed
  • If the discrepancy is in the first name
    • Copy of petition and supporting documents for the correction of the first name filed with the Local Civil Registrar or Consulate General with jurisdiction of your place of birth
  • If the discrepancy is present in other documents
    • Annotated Birth Certificate authenticated by PSA reflecting the corrected entry
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

 

 2. 3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (For Applicants Whose Marriage has been Dissolved and Who Wish to Revert to their Maiden Name)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-authenticated Birth Certificate in Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Supporting documents
    • Original copy of the annotated Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued marriage certificate or Report of Marriage stating that the marriage has been dissolved
    • If the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage is not yet available
      • Certified True Copy of the Court Order dissolving the marriage
      • Certificate of Finality from the court
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Naturalized Filipino Citizen)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • At least one (1) Valid ID and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Identification Certificate of Naturalization from the Philippine Bureau of Immigration
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope

Additional Requirements (if applicable)

 

For married women

 

  • If married in the Philippines
    • Original and a photocopy of PSA-issued marriage Certificate (To request for a copy, click here)
  • If married in the UK
    • Original and a photocopy of the Report of Marriage (ROM) issued less than a year by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the marriage was solemnized. If ROM was issued more than a year before passport application, the applicant must bring the original and a photocopy of her PSA-issued Report of Marriage.

For a married woman using her husband’s surname but who has been widowed or who marriage has been dissolved through a court process

  • A PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage must be presented in addition to the following documents:
    • For widows
      • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Death Certificate of the husband or a PSA-issued Marriage Certificate annotated with the court decree on presumptive death
  • For applicants who underwent the process of annulment
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Contract annotated with the annulment decision
  • For divorced applicants
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court.

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

 

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Philippine Citizenship Obtained by Election)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original and a photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship
  • Identification Certificate of Naturalization from the Philippine Bureau of Immigration
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Additional Requirements (if applicable)

 

For married women

 

  • If married in the Philippines
    • Original and a photocopy of PSA-issued marriage Certificate (To request for a copy, click here)
  • If married in the UK
    • Original and a photocopy of the Report of Marriage (ROM) issued less than a year by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the marriage was solemnized. If ROM was issued more than a year before passport application, the applicant must bring the original and a photocopy of her PSA-issued Report of Marriage.

For a married woman using her husband’s surname but who has been widowed or who marriage has been dissolved through a court process

  • A PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage must be presented in addition to the following documents:
    • For widows
      • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Death Certificate of the husband or a PSA-issued Marriage Certificate annotated with the court decree on presumptive death
  • For applicants who underwent the process of annulment
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Contract annotated with the annulment decision
  • For divorced applicants
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court.

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes around six (6) to eight (8) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Adult Applicants (Philippine Citizenship Granted by Act of Legislation)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 1—NEW)
  • Original copy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
    • School ID (for students)
  • Certified True Copy of the Law granting citizenship
  • Foreign Birth Certificate authenticated by a Philippine Foreign Service Post
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Additional Requirements (if applicable)

 

For married women

 

  • If married in the Philippines
    • Original and a photocopy of PSA-issued marriage Certificate (To request for a copy, click here)
  • If married in the UK
    • Original and a photocopy of the Report of Marriage (ROM) issued less than a year by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the marriage was solemnized. If ROM was issued more than a year before passport application, the applicant must bring the original and a photocopy of her PSA-issued Report of Marriage.

For a married woman using her husband’s surname but who has been widowed or who marriage has been dissolved through a court process

  • A PSA-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage must be presented in addition to the following documents:
    • For widows
      • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Death Certificate of the husband or a PSA-issued Marriage Certificate annotated with the court decree on presumptive death
  • For applicants who underwent the process of annulment
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Contract annotated with the annulment decision
  • For divorced applicants
    • Original and a photocopy of the PSA-issued Marriage Certificate indicating that the divorce has already been recognized by a Philippine court.

 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 1-NEW) completely and correctly

3. Prepare your supporting documents

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Get a queuing number at the Consular Hall and approach the Processing Counter once your number is called.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Unaccompanied by Parent During Application Process)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original and a photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport data page of the authorized adult companion
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID of the authorized adult companion and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • Special Power of Attorney executed by either parent designating the minor’s companion to assist in the application process
    • If executed abroad, the Special Power of Attorney must authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate General
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly. The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent or legal guardian.

 

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Not Travelling with Parent/s)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original and a photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport data page of the authorized adult companion
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID of the authorized adult companion and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • DSWD clearance
  • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the parent/s
    • This document must be consularized by the Philippine Embassy / Consulate General if executed abroad
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly. The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent or legal guardian.

 

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceeed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Illegitimate Child and the Mother is deceased, the Father is unknown)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original and a photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport data page of the authorized adult companion
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID of the authorized adult companion and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • DSWD Clearance
  • Affidavit of Guardianship
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly. The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent or legal guardian.

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Illegitimate Child in the Custody of the Mother)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original and a photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport data page of the authorized adult companion
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID of the authorized adult companion and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • Supporting documents
    • If child is unaccompanied by the mother during the application
      • Special Power of Attorney executed by the mother designating the minor’s companion to assist in the application process
      • If executed abroad, it must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate General
  • If child is not travelling with the Mother
    • DSWD clearance
    • Affidavit of Support and Consent
      • If executed abroad, it must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate General
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly.  The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent or legal guardian.

 

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.


NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Undergoing or has Undergone Process of Domestic Adoption, Travelling with at least one adoptive parent)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original copy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the data page of the passport of at least one adoptive parent
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID of the accompanying adoptive parent:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • Court Decree of Adoption
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope (for applicants who wish to have their passports sent back to them by post)

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly.  The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent or legal guardian.

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed application is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Undergoing or has Undergone Process of Domestic Adoption, Unaccompanied by Adoptive Parent During Application)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed application
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original copy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport of at least one adoptive parent
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID of at least one adoptive parent:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • Court Decree of Adoption
  • Special Power of Attorney executed by the adoptive parent/s designating the minor’s companion to assist in the application process
    • If executed abroad, the document must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate General
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope (for applicants who wish to have their passports sent back to them by post)

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly

 

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed application is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Undergoing or has Undergone Process of Domestic Adoption, Not Travelling with Adoptive Parent/s)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed application
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original copy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport of at least one adoptive parent
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID of at least one adoptive parent:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • Court Decree of Adoption
  • DSWD Clearance
  • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the adoptive parent/s.
    • If executed abroad, the document must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate General
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly.  The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent / legal guardian.

 

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Act.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Undergoing or has Undergone Process of Foreign Adoption or the Inter Country Adoption Board (ICAB) Adoption Process)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed application
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original copy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • Original and a photocopy of the passport of at least one adoptive parent
  • Original and a photocopy of at least one (1) Valid ID of at least one adoptive parent:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • ICAB-issued documents
    • ICAB Endrosement
    • Placement Authority
    • Certificate of Issuance of Passport
  • Certificate of Child Available for Adoption or Deed of Voluntary Commitment
  • Clearance for Inter-Country Adoption
  • Child Study report
  • DSWD Clearance
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed stamped prepaid registered mailing envelope 

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly.  The application form must be signed by the accompanying parent / legal guardian.

 

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit all your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for both the minor applicant and ICAB representative.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.#
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.

NEW Passport – Minor Applicants (Foundling, not for adoption)

Requirements:

  • A confirmed appointment
  • Duly accomplished application form (Form No. 3—MINOR)
  • Original and a photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) – authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper (To request for a copy, click here)
  • PSA-issued Certificate of Foundling
  • Passport of the legal guardian and a photo copy of the data page
  • At least one (1) Valid ID of the legal guardian and a photocopy:
    • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
    • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
    • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
    • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card
    • Commission on elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s Registration Record from the COMELEC Head or Regional Office
    • Philippine National Police (PNP) ID
  • School ID (if available)
  • DSWD Clearance
  • Affidavit of Guardianship
  • Passport processing fee (GBP 55.00)
  • Self-addressed, stamped, special delivery envelope with tracking number

Steps:

1. Book an appointment.

2. Fill up the passport application form (Form No. 3-MINOR) completely and correctly.  The application form must be signed by the legal guardian.

3. Prepare the documentary requirements

4. Visit the Philippine Embassy in London

  1. Proceed to the Processing Counter and submit your documentary requirements.
  2. Pay the passport processing fee of GBP 55.00 at the cashier.
  3. Proceed to the Passport Encoding Room to have your passport photograph and biometric data captured.

Important Reminders:

  • A confirmed appointment is required for all applicants.
  • Personal appearance is required for both the minor applicant and adult guardian.
  • To ensure entry to countries with strict dress codes, all applicants are required to wear decent clothing for passport photo capture.
  • Plunging necklines, sleeveless clothing, spaghetti strapped tops, see-through tops, sando, tube tops, halters and the like are prohibited.
  • Earrings, necklaces, nose rings, and colored contact lenses are not allowed during data capture.
  • Male applicants with long hair are required to tie their hair during data capture.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, and children of legal age.
    • The passport will only be released to an immediate family member with proper authorization letter
    • The passport of the minor applicant shall be released only to parents or adult siblings or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney or Affidavit of Support and Consent
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • An applicant must be a Filipino citizen to be eligible for the Philippine passport.
    • Former Philippine citizens who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization must apply for the retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship (RA 9225) in order to be eligible to apply for the Philippine passport.
  • The Philippine passport is valid for ten (10) years for those who are aged 18 years and above; and five (5) years for those who are younger than 18 years old.
  • Processing time usually takes least eight (8) to ten (10) weeks.
  • Supporting documents may be required for special cases.