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Passport Certification Process and Requirements

Passport Certification Process and Requirements

1. Download and fill up the Passport Certificate Request Form

2. Email [email protected] and indicate the following on the subject line: Passport Certificate Request. The following should be included in the email:

      1. Filled up and signed Passport Certificate Request Form
      2. Clear scanned copy of current passport data page (for requests for Certified True Copy of Passport or Certificate of Passport Issuance)
      3. Number of certificates needed
      4. For parents/legal guardian requesting a Certificate of No Passport Issuance for a child (aged 17 years and below), scanned copy of child’s Birth Certificate AND Passport or ID of requesting parent/legal guardian (present Letter of Guardianship issued by Family Court)
    1. A Passport Division representative will confirm receipt of your email and schedule your visit for collection of the certificate at DFA ASEANA or other Consular Offices. A Php 100 fee shall apply and shall be made at the Consular Office or Foreign Service Post. For requests made at Foreign Service Posts, a USD 25 fee or its local currency equivalent shall apply.
    1. If the certification is being claimed by an immediate family member, the passport holder should execute a written authorization letter and provide a copy of his/her passport/valid government ID. Claimant shall also be required to present his/her passport or a valid government ID. If the person claiming is not an immediate family member, a notarized SPA with ID of the passport holder and ID of the claimant is required.
  1. In view of the current COVID-19 threat, requesting party is strongly advised to avail of courier service delivery/provide a self-addressed, stamped and pre-registered postal envelope (where applicable).


  • Certificates may be requested from the Office of Consular Affairs at DFA ASEANA or at any Consular Office or Foreign Service Post.
  • Certificates are issued after 5 working days
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