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Public Advisory: Courier Services Now Available through the Passport Online Appointment System


16 June 2020 – The Office of Consular Affairs of the Department of Foreign Affairs informs the public that passport applicants may now opt to have their passports delivered using the Passport Online Appointment System (OAS).


Applicants who fill up their online application may choose to avail of the courier service as well, and pay for the passport processing fee and the courier fee in one
transaction. Applicants may choose whether to pay over-the-counter or through debit card or credit cards.


While applicants still have the option to pick up their passport at the Consular Office where they made their application, the Department strongly recommends that applicants avail of the courier service to avoid exposure and health risks in light of the pandemic.


Those who wish to apply for or renew their passports may secure an appointment by visiting END

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