Requirements for Lost, Mutilated or Tampered Passports and Passports with Discrepancy:
For all cases of lost, mutilated and tampered passports, there is a clearing period of fifteen (15) working days. Therefore, the applicant needs to return to the embassy for interview and evaluation after fifteen (15) working days from the date of application for lost, mutilated or tampered passport.
- Personal appearance.
- Confirmed appointment.
- Duly accomplished passport application form.
- NSO Birth Certificate or Report of Birth.
- Submit same documents required for first time passport applicants.
- One (1) acceptable ID and three (3) supporting documents (original and photocopy)
In case passport was lost and cannot be found:
- Submit Notarized Affidavit of Loss (with detailed explanation on when, where and how passport got lost) – available at the embassy.
- If lost passport is still valid or contains a valid visa, submit Police Report of Loss.
- Photocopy of the data page of lost passport (if available).
In case passport was already declared lost by the applicant but eventually was found and returned to him/her:
- Submit Notarized Affidavit of Retrieval (with detailed explanation on when, where, and how passport was found) – available at the embassy
- Original and photocopy of the data page of passport.
In case of mutilated or damaged passports:
- Submit Notarized Affidavit of Mutilation (with detailed explanation on when, where, and how passport got mutilated or damaged) – available at the embassy
- Original and photocopy of the data page of mutilated or damaged passport.
In case of false or assumed identities, applicants must issue a sworn statement with the following contents:
- Declaration of the true and valid name and proof of identity.
- Admission and explanation for their use of false names.
- Reason for requesting issuance of a passport in their real names.
- Undertaking to comply with all laws, procedures, rules and regulations, and assumption of all liabilities under R.A. 8239 or the Philippine Passport Act of 1996.
LIST OF ACCEPTABLE IDs (At least 1 of the following):
- Alien Registration Card or Residence Card.
- Government-issued picture IDs such as the following:
- Digitized SSS ID
- Driver’s License
- GSIS E-card
- PRC ID
- IBP ID
- OWWA ID
- Digitized BIR ID
- Senior Citizen’s ID
- Other acceptable picture IDs such as the following:
- Old College ID
- Alumni ID
- Old Employment IDs
LIST OF SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS (At least 3 of the following):
- NBI Clearance
- NSO Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage
- Land Title
- Seaman’s Book
- Elementary or High School Form 137 or Transcript of Records with readable dry seal
- Government Service Record
- Voter’s ID
- Police Clearance
- Barangay Clearance
- Old documents issued at least one year prior to date of application that show correct name, date and place of birth, picture and signature of applicant such as the following:
- NSO Birth Certificate of child / children
- SSS-E1 Form or Microfilmed Copy of SSS-E1 Form
- Income Tax Return
- Voter’s Certification, List of Voters and Voter’s Registration Record (for newly issued VRR, please attach receipt)
- School Yearbook
- Community Tax Certificate
Fees will be collected for the ff:
- Passport Fee for:
- Lost or mutilated e-passports; OR
- Lost or mutilated MRRP and MRP
- Affidavit Fee
- Verification Fee
Note: Fees are payable in US Dollar or its equivalent in Japanese Yen (as computed by our Cashier.)
- All NSO documents should be in security paper.
- All photocopies should be in A4 size.
- The Consular Officer reserves the right to require additional proof or documents, pursuant to R.A. 8239 (The Philippine Passport Act of 1996) for the purpose of verifying the identity, citizenship and personal circumstances of the applicant.
- Submission of the required documents does not guarantee issuance of a new passport.