Passport Services

Lost Passport

Processing of a Lost Philippines Passport is subject to is a working day waiting period from date of submission of complete requirements and receipt of payments. A consulate office will interview all those applying for the replacement of lost passports. It is important to bring the original supporting documents required for a passport application to avoid delays in the processing of application. The original documents may need to be presented to the consulate officer for verification purposes & will be returned to the applicant after verification process is completed. It is also important to bring photocopies of all additional required documents to ensure that sufficient copies are available.


  1. Duly accomplished passport application form. Complete all the entries to avoid unnecessary delay. For minor applicant, a parent may accomplish the form on their behalf.
  2. Submit four photographs (size 1.77"x1.37") taken within the last six months. The photo must show the applicants front view, clad in decent attire and without eyeglasses. Digital photographs will not be accepted.
  3. The applicant must also submit proof of his or her actual residence, e.g. driver's license, state ID, employment ID, or other similar documents evidencing actual residence.
  4. In order to clearly establish applicant's personal details, the original & authenticated copy of the birth certificate issued by the National Statistics Office (MSO) must be submitted in support of the application.
  5. In addition to the documents referred to in item 4, the applicant must also submit other supporting documents which will established his or her identity as a Filipino Citizen, e.g. Marriage certificate, School records, Professional ID or other similar documents
  6. To ascertain the fact of loss of the passport an Affidavit of loss of passport, duly notarized and signed before a Consulate Officer must be submitted. The applicant must state in the Affidavit the circumstances surrounding the loss of the Passport, together with the details of the loss of passport such as the passport number, date and place of issue, if known by the applicant. A corresponding police report must be attached with the said affidavit.
  7. If available, a photocopy of the data page of the lost passport or other previously issued passport may be submitted.

Payment of Fees:-

  • The fee for the replacement of a lost Philippines passport Rs. 8,352/- is to be deposited in the Standard Chartered Bank.