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Renewing your Philippine passport in Dubai consulate? Here are the steps


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If you’re a Filipino and are planning to fly out of Dubai, you should know that your passport must be valid for at least six months from the date of departure. It’s suggested that you renew your passport 10 months before the date of expiration to prevent any problems. 

If you’re renewing your document in the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai, you should know that applications are strictly by appointment only. To book an appointment, please click here

Below are the procedures for Philippine passport application: 

ProcessProcessing TimeFeesResponsible Person
Submission and processing of the application
Secure an appointment via 10 minNoneApplicant
Print confirmation email with QR codeApplicant
On the date and time of your appointment
Proceed directly to the Passport Processing Cabin
Note: No need to get queue number
Drop your original passport into the designated box indicating the time of your passport appointment, and wait for your name to be called in by the processor20 to 30 minutesNoneConsular Officer
Proceed to the cashier to pay the corresponding fee5 minutesNew or Renewal – AED240
Lost eept – AED600
Lost MRP – AED360
Affidavit – AED100
Travel doc – AED120
Release of Passport
Check availability of your passport on the Consulate’s website, NoneApplicant
In case your passport is already available, please proceed to the Releasing Section and present requirements20 to 30 minutesNoneConsular Officeer
Release of new passport5 minutesNoneConsular Officer

The Philippine Consulate General in Dubai does not accept walk-in passport renewal applicants as per the consulate’s advisory dated April 8, 2018. 

Below are the general requirements: 

>Confirmed online appointment with QR code

>Personal appearance of applicant 

>Original old passport 

>Accomplished e-passport application form and OAV form

>Photocopy of passport data page (2 copies) and visa page

>Additional supporting documents that may be required as necessary, especially for applicants with incomplete place of birth in old passport, with dual citizenship and with foreign-sounding family names to prove citizenship

>All civil registration documents (i.e., birth certificate, marriage contract, death certificate) must be issued by the Philippine Statistical Authority (PSA), while documents from the Philippine court must be apostilled by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). 

Below are the consular hours: 

Sundays to Thursdays (except legal holidays)

Passport Appointment – 8AM to 3:30PM (Cut-off)

Passport Releasing/Collection-  8AM to 5PM

The Philippine mission is exactly located at 851 Beirut St. Al Qusais 3, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, PO Box 94778. 

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