LOST/MUTILATED PASSPORT REQUIREMENTS
Personal Appearance + Appointment
If available, two (2) photocopies of current e-Passport DATA PAGE
Original or notarized copy of proof that the applicant is still a Filipino and one (1) photocopy. Such proof may be, but not limited to, a green card, visa, notice of action, work permit, or dual IC.
(Note: absence of any such aforementioned documents will not automatically result in denial of a passport application and an applicant possessing other evidence that proves that he/she has retained Filipino citizenship may still proceed with his/her application subject to the assessment of the Consular Officer.)
Original and photocopy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Birth Certificatenor Report of Birth issued by the appropriate Philippine Embassy / Consulate
(Note: If born outside the Philippines and birth was not reported to PH authorities, a Report of Birth application must first be filed to the PH Embassy/Consulate which has consular jurisdiction over the place of birth.)
Original and photocopy of PSA Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage issued by the appropriate Philippine Embassy / Consulate
(Note: If married outside the Philippines and marriage was not reported to PH authorities, a Report of Marriage application must first be filed to the PH Embassy/Consulate which has consular jurisdiction over the place of marriage.)
[IF LOST PASSPORT IS STILL VALID] Police Report
Self-Addressed USPS Priority/ Priority Express Return Envelope (with $9.90 Stamp and Tracking Number)
Processing fee $150.00
payable in cash or money order made payable to “Embassy of the Philippines”. (Personal checks and credit cards are not accepted)
The Consular Officer reserves the right to require additional documents from an applicant, to prove his/ her identity and/or citizenship, and ensure accurate and complete personal data entries, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Law (R.A. 8239) and the Foreign Service Act (R.A. 7157).