should send an advance copy of their passport application forms and data page (bearing the name and photo) of their passports to the Consulate either by fax or by email. Incomplete forms will not be processed.
should send an advance copy of their application forms and supporting documents. Incomplete forms will not be processed.
should also send an advance copy of their application forms and supporting documents. Incomplete forms will not be processed.
5. Confirmed appointments of all applicants will be posted at the Consulate’s website
6. While with
will also be
will be given to those
with the Consulate, as posted in the website. All
and not through travel agencies. Walk-in applicants are by definition those who did not pass through travel agencies.
For general information, interested parties may wish to call firstname.lastname@example.org and
For the information of the public, the Philippine Embassy and Consulates General in the U.S. started to accept and to process applications for Machine Readable Passports (MRP) on . This is in compliance with the requirements of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) for its member states, including the Philippines, to issue MRPs
not later than
Since applications received by the Philippine Foreign Service Posts in the U.S. will be sent
to the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila via diplomatic pouch, it will take
a passport to be released to the applicants, from the time the application is accepted. for all will be required for data verification, finger-printing and signature capture. Applications by mail will no longer be accepted.
In compliance with the new photo requirements for the MRP, applicants are requested to visit the Consulate’s website.
2010 as travelers to hold either
until they expire, for their sojourn by
passports beyond 1 April will
Thus, all Filipinos, including those with valid green passports, are therefore encouraged to apply for their machine readable passports as early as possible. ###end