The Philippine Embassy issues travel documents in cases of emergency.


  • 2 copies, New Passport Application Form (Form No. 1)
  • Original or photocopy of old Philippine passport
    • In the event of a lost passport, the applicant must submit the following documents:
      • 2 copies, Affidavit of Loss (the original signature of the Affiant must appear on both copies); 
      • Original or copy of the PSA-issued Birth Certificate or Marriage Certificate; and
      • At least one (1) copy of a document verifying the applicant's identity such as a driver's license, Professional Regulatory Commission Card, etc.
  • 4 pieces, passport size photograph
  • Processing fees:
    • Travel document, £ 28.00
    • Affidavit, £ 23.00
    • Express fee (optional), £ 10.00


  1. Prepare all documentary requirements before visiting the Philippine Embassy.
  2. At the Embassy, proceed directly to the Assistance-to-Nationals (ATN) Section and present all documentary requirements to the ATN Officer for evaluation.
  3. Proceed to the cashier and pay the relevant processing fees.
  4. Collect the Travel Document in three (3) working days or, in the case of express processing, collect the Travel Document at the Embassy after one (1) working day between 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Important Reminders:

  • Personal appearance is required.
  • Applicants must surrender the Travel Document issued by the Philippine Embassy together with the Affidavit of Loss upon application of a new Philippine passport.
  • The Travel Document is valid for one (1) month from the date of issue and may only be used once.