Here’s a complete guide of information you’ll probably need if you’re also waiting for the list of names whose passports are to be released.

Now that everything can be done and check online, the government made it easier for everyone to check or view the status of the release of their passports before even going to the Philippine Consulate Dubai.

PASSPORTS APPLIED IN PCG DUBAI/FSPsRCOsManila

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PASSPORTS APPLIED DURING CONSULAR OUTREACH

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Below are the Instructions on How to View or Check the Status of your Philippine Passport

Please Follow the Red Mark on the Image.
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Working from Sundays to Thursdays except Legal Holidays.

  • For Passport Appointment, their working hours are; 8:00am – 3:30pm (Cut-off)
  • For Passport Release their working hours are: 8:00am – 5:00pm
  • For Philippine Visa, their working hours are; 8:00am – 11:30am
  • For Marriage, their working hours are; 8:00am – 3:30pm (Cut-off Sundays to Wednesdays only)
  • For Cashier their cut off time is; 4:00pm

How to Take Care of Your Passport?

Travelers who have a list of places to visit and who long to travel different countries of their preference, surely have their passports on the go. What’s more exciting for these travelers and for our workers abroad is the new design of passport that will surely inspire them to travel more. But along with this, they should also see to it that they have taken good care of their passports for a hassle-free and convenient travelling escapades.

Always be prepared

  • Every time you are booking your trip, make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond your return date.
  • Be sure to make a record of your passport number, date and place of issue.
  • Always have two photocopies of your passport that you can give one to a relative or friend from the country you’re going to work in or visit and take the other copy with you. Keep this copy separate from your original passport.
  • Make sure that you have a scanned copy of your passport and you have emailed it to yourself already so you can easily print it off in case of emergency.

Take Care of Your Passport While You Are Away

  • Always keep your passport in a watertight plastic bag to prevent water damage.
  • Don’t leave your passport unattended wherever you may be. Always keep it with you or store it in a place where it’s the safest and you can locate easily.
  • Be cautious of anyone who requests that you surrender your passport. Make sure it is a legitimate request before handing your passport over.

Useful Information


For more inquiries, visit Philippine Consulate in Dubai at Villa No. 234-851, Beirut Street, Al Qusais 3 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates or call them at +971 4 220 7100.

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Who Can Renew Philippine Passport Here in Dubai

DFA recommends to have your Philippine passport renewed if you’re one of the following:

  1. You have an expired passport. Note: Philippine passports now have a 10-year validity so expect the number of expired passports to dwindle over the next few years.
  2. You’re a frequent traveler and you’ve already used up half of the passport pages.
  3. Your Philippine passport has one year (or less than one year) of validity.
  4. You’re married and you want to change the maiden name in your passport to your married name, regardless if your passport is expired/expiring or not.

However, if your passport is on the following list, it will be treated as NEW APPLICATION instead of RENEWAL:

1 Brown passports issued before 01 May 1995
2Green passports issued after 01 May 1995
3Machine Readable Maroon passports issued in 2007
4Any older passports
5Lost valid or expired ePassport
6Frequently lost passport
7Mutilated or damaged passport

In addition to the passports mentioned above, applicants who used travel documents to travel back to the Philippines, as well as those who lost such travel documents, will be treated as NEW APPLICATION.

How To Renew Philippine Passport Here in DUBAI – Easiest Way

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You can renew or collect your passport/e-passports in Philippine Consulate General Dubai (PCG) in a few steps. Know how much fees and requirements you need to prepare as an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in Dubai through this article.

Step 1: Book an online appointment for e-Passport renewal. To avoid any issues, don’t make multiple bookings. You will have to register as part of the process.

The following DO NOT need to make an online appointment: household service worker, seafarers, senior citizens, and children below 12 years old.

Step 2: Go to the appointment with the requirements for the passport renewal.

Check the other requirements for minor, dual citizen, etc.

Passport Appointment: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm (cut-off)

Step 3: Claim your passport at the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai. Check the Passport for Release page to check if your passport is ready to be released. Check the latest update on the website every Tuesday or Wednesday.

Reminder:

  • Don’t call the Consulate to re-confirm availability of your passport.
  • Send an email (epassportpcgdubai@pcgdubai.ae) for delayed passports (more than 8 weeks)

DFA recommends having your passport renewed as early as one year before its expiration date.

Here are two reasons why:

1 First, there are countries that have adopted the “6-month rule,” meaning they don’t allow entry of travelers whose passports have less than 6 months of validity upon arrival.

If you’re about to visit the following countries, make sure your passport has at least (or more than) 6 months left before its expiration date:

Afghanistan, Algeria, Bhutan, Botswana, Brunei, Cambodia, Comoros, Côte d’Ivoire, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Fiji, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kenya, Laos, Madagascar, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Oman, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Qatar, Rwanda, Saint Lucia, Samoa, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Taiwan, Tanzania, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, UAE, Uganda, Vanuatu, Venezuela, and Vietnam.

2 All Philippine passports are printed in the Philippines to prevent the proliferation of counterfeit documents.

If you’re working abroad, it may take between 1 and 2 months for your Philippine passport to be processed and delivered to you.

So in addition to the 6 months of validity required by some countries (including the Philippines), you also have to factor in the time it takes for you to get your renewed passport.

How much cost to renew Philippine passport?

Philippine passport renewal fees depend on where you make the appointment/transaction.

As summarized above, you may avail of either regular processing or express processing (if you want to receive your passport faster).

Passport renewals in Aseana or Consular offices in Metro Manila cost ₱950.00 (regular; released in 12 days) or ₱1,200.00 (express; released in 6 days).

If you make an appointment in any of the Regional Consular offices outside Metro Manila, the cost of passport renewal is the same with the regular passport released in 12 days and expressed passport in 7 days.

Take note that these waiting time are only applicable to those who will personally claim their passports at DFA. Additional days may be needed if you have availed of the courier service.

Meanwhile, Filipinos abroad may visit a Foreign Service Post in their host country to have their passports renewed. The renewal fee is $60 but it may take up to 2 months (28-60 days) before you can receive it since all Philippine passports are printed in the Philippines.

  • Passport fee of AED 240.00
  • Acknowledgement AED 100
  • Affidavit/Certification AE 100
  • Attestation AE 100
  • Certified True Copy AE 100
  • * The Consulate General accepts cash payments only.

Take note that those with lost or mutilated ePassports have to pay an additional ₱350.00 as penalty fee when renewing their passports. This fee is only applicable to those applying in the Philippines and may vary depending on the Foreign Service Post in your host country.

What is an e-Passport OR electronic Passport?

An Electronic Passport or ePassport is a passport with an added integrated circuit or chip embedded in one of the passport pages. Such chip contains the data essential in verifying the identity of the passport which include the personal data found on the data page of the passport, the biometrics of the passport holder, the unique chip identification number, and a digital signature to verify the authenticity of the data stored on the chip.

This chip is highly interoperable; meaning, it can be read by any standard border control machine worldwide. It is integrated with high security mechanisms in order to prevent any forceful scheming of data it contains, any cloning, and any remote reading.

What are the special features of the Philippine ePassport?

The Philippine ePassport allows information stored on the chip to be verified with the information visually displayed on the passport. It also uses contactless microchip technology.

The Philippine ePassport also contains an integrated photograph of the holder, a digitized secondary photo, and an electronic print of the holder’s signature. It also features overt and hidden security features such as Invisible Personal Information (IPI), letterscreen, microprinting, and UV reactive ink, among others.

What are the advantages of having Electronic Passport?

The e-passport is highly secure, hence avoids passport reproduction and tampering. The ePassport database is enhanced with Automated Fingerprint Verification System (AFIS) that guards against multiple passport issuances to the same person and enhances imposter detection.

It facilitates fast clearance of travellers at immigration checks. ePassports provide travelers benefits such as use of automated border clearance or “e-gates,” automated issuance of boarding passes, and faster travel arrangement with airlines. For countries, the use of electronic passport also provides better border protection and security.

Procedures of e-Passport Appointment

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IMPORTANT REMINDERS

The Philippine Passport is at all times the property of the Republic of the Philippines. It must be surrendered upon demand by an authorized representative of the Philippine Government.

Alteration, addition, or destruction of contents is strictly prohibited. Any unauthorized change will render a passport invalid and will have accompanying penalties.

Using the passport as collateral is against the law and will automatically render the passport cancelled.

RENEWAL OF PASSPORT

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

Additional supporting documents that may be required as necessary, such as photocopy of PSA/NSO marriage contract for married women, NSO/PSA birth certificate for applicants with incomplete place of birth in old passport, Oath of allegiance and Identification Certificate for applicants with dual citizenship, and PSA/NSO birth certificate for applicants with foreign-sounding family names to prove citizenship.

NOTE: All Civil Registration documents (i.e., birth certificate, marriage contract, death certificate) and documents from the PH court must be authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Brown passport or passports issued prior to 01 May 1995:
  • Bring original brown passport and photocopy of passport pages 1,2,3,4, and last page
  • Birth certificate in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) to determine complete middle name. Transcribed birth certificate from the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) is required when entries in PSA birth certificate are blurred or unreadable.
  • Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA if born abroad
Green passports or passports issued after 01 May 1995:
  • Bring original passport and photocopy of first and last page
  • Birth certificate in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) to determine complete middle name. Transcribed birth certificate from the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) is required when entries in PSA birth certificate are blurred or unreadable.
Machine Readable Passport (MRP) issued in the year 2007:
  • Bring original passport and photocopy of first and last page
  • Birth certificate in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) to determine complete middle name. Transcribed birth certificate from the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) is required when entries in PSA birth certificate are blurred or unreadable.
For married women who would like to use their married surname:
  • Marriage contract (MC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). Transcribed Marriage Contract from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Marriage Contract are blurred or unreadable.
  • Report of Marriage duly authenticated by PSA if married abroad
For spouse of foreign national who would like to use their married surname:
  • Marriage contract (MC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). Transcribed Marriage Contract from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Marriage Contract are blurred or unreadable.
  • Report of Marriage duly authenticated by PSA if married abroad
For married women who would like to revert to their maiden name:
  • Birth certificate in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) to determine complete middle name. Transcribed birth certificate from the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) is required when entries in PSA birth certificate are blurred or unreadable.
  • Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA if born abroad
  • If already widowed: Death Certificate in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) of the deceased husband
  • If marriage is annulled: Certified True Copy (CTC) of annotated PSA Marriage Contract and Court Order affecting annulment. Documents must be authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs.
  • If divorced: Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Divorce Decree duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the divorce was obtained or by the concerned diplomatic or consular mission in the Philippines. Original and CTC of Philippine Court recognition of foreign decree must also be presented and the PSA Marriage Contract with annotation of the Divorce Decree. Documents must be authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs.
 For minor applicants (18 years old and below):
  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child)
  • Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by PSA Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in the PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor is born abroad
  • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA
  • Photocopy of valid passport of either parent (if minor is legitimate child) / and of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child)

Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship or Election of Philippine Citizenship under RA 9225:

  • Identification Certificate
  • Oath of Allegiance
  • Order of Approval
  • Report of Birth (for those born abroad)
    • REPLACEMENT FOR LOST PASSPORTS
    • Please take note that there will be a 15-day clearing period prior to the processing of application for replacement of lost valid passport.
  • Personal appearance of applicant
  • Accomplished E-passport application form
  • Photocopy of first page of lost passport (if available), 3 copies
  • Birth Certificate in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA if born abroad.
    • Affidavit of Loss executed at the Philippine Consulate General (original and 2 photocopies)
    • Police Report issued by Dubai Police with English translation (original and 2 photocopies)

Acceptable IDs for Philippine Passport Application

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  • Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
  • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License
  • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
  • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) Card
  • Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Certification from the Officer of Election with Dry Seal
  • Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License
  • Senior Citizen ID
  • School ID (if applicable)
  • Current Valid ePassport (For Renewal of ePassport)
  • For applicants based overseas, they may use their host government issued IDs showing their Philippine citizenship. (Example: Residence Card)

Important Reminder: The Department may require additional supporting documents as may be necessary.

List of Supporting Documents:

  • Voter’s ID
  • PSA Marriage Contract/
  • Land Title
  • Seaman’s Book
  • Elementary or High School Form 137 or Transcript of Records with readable dry seal
  • Government Service Record
  • 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, i.e., Voter’s Certification
    • NEW PASSPORT: NEWLY-BORN INFANTS
    • Parents do not need to get appointment for the passport application of their newly-born infants
  • Personal appearance of minor applicant
  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child
  • Accomplished Report of Birth Form (6 copies) to be processed at the Consulate’s Civil Registration Unit. The following documents are required for the processing of Report of Birth:
    • Original English Birth Certificate duly authenticated by UAE Ministry of Health and Ministry of Foreign Affairs (6 copies)
    • Photocopies of the Passport of each parent (6 copies, data page only)
    • DFA-authenticated PSA Marriage Certificate or PSA Report of Marriage (6 copies)
    • Personal appearance of Filipino parent(s) and infant/child

NOTE:

  1. If married in the Philippines, parties must present original DFA authenticated (red ribbon) PSA Marriage Certificate.
  2. If married abroad, parties must present original DFA authenticate (red ribbon) PSA Report of Marriage. For those who have not filed a Report of Marriage please see requirements for Report of Marriage.
  3. For those married at the Philippine Consulate-Dubai, the Original Marriage Contract may be submitted. However, if the marriage occurred more than one year ago, applicant must present an PSA copy of the same.

Philippine Consulate Dubai Office Hours

CONSULAR HOURS “Sundays – Thursdays (except legal holidays)”
“Sundays – Thursdays (except legal holidays)”
PASSPORT
Passport  Appointment 8:00am – 3:30pm (Cut-off)
Passport  Releasing/Collection 8:00am – 12:00nn/1:00pm–5:00pm
NOTARIALS
Notarization of Documents 8:00am – 2:00pm
Releasing of Notarial Documents 3:00pm – 5:00pm
CIVIL REGISTRATION
Birth 8:00am – 3:30pm
Marriage 8:00am – 3:30pm (Cut-off Sundays to Wednesdays only)
Death 8:00am – 3:30pm
VISA
Application of Visa 8:00am – 11:30am (Cut-off)
Releasing of Visa 4:00pm – 5:00 pm
CASHIER
Cashier 4:00pm (Cut-off) No transaction is accepted beyond this period

 

Name List of Passport Release in Abu Dhabi

PERSONAL APPEARANCE is required
*Only IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBER(e.g. father, mother, sister, brother, spouse, son or daughter) is authorized to claim passport if, for a valid reason, applicant cannot release his/her new passport. The family member should present the following: a) Authorization letter and b) ID of authorized person (original and photocopy).

List of ePassports for Release as of 19 December 2018
List of ePassports for Release applied in the PHL & Other Countries as of 19 December 2018

Step 1: Proceed to the Passport Releasing Section.
Step 2: Put claim stub on the box/tray and wait for your name to be called.
Step 3: Present official receipt and old passport for cancellation.
Step 4: Check details of new passport (first name , middle name, last name, date/place of birth).
Step 5: Sign on signature pad to acknowledge receipt of new passport.

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rolando cruz sambrano
rolando cruz sambrano

pakiusap lang po n ayusin ang site kung saan makikita ang passport ready for pick up. may mga number kayong binagay pero nahihirapan kaming kumontak sa inyo gayun din nman ang mga ibinigay nyong instruksyon kung paano namin malalaman ang mga passport na availabe for pick up subalit hindi kami makapasok sa mga binangit nyong site. anu po ba talaga? lahat po tayo ay may obligasyong ginagampanan. huwag nman po sanang maging pahirap ito sa ating lahat. napakarami din pong advertisement na kung saan ay mas mabilis pa kaming makapasok upang kaltasan lang ng 10 dirhams ang aming load. gayung… Read more »

Myra jane cauba
Myra jane cauba

Elow madam ask qoh lng po qong release n po b ung passport qoh ng renew aqoh nung june 5..d qoh po kz maoopen ung website nyo my prob po ata

mary butterfly
mary butterfly

please nman po ibgay nio po sana sa amin ang tamang website para mkita nmin ang status ng passport nmin for released npo or dpa nid n nid po nmin esp kng my pggagamitan kami na importante gaya ko po jid ko para sa sa pgtake ng board exam at gang 30 of april ang last application nakahang ako now pls nman po gawan nio nman po paraan slamat po

Joan Jabulan
Joan Jabulan

Hi, I just want to follow up my passport released its already 8 weeks…thanks

Melissa
Melissa

Hi sir/ maam,
Follow up qlng po sana ung ni renew qng passport last may 28,2018 nkalagy po kc sa resibo date of release july 6,2018 ang kso hndi q po mkita sa list for releasing ung name q. Ng hirap po ma open ang site nyo, deretso npo b aq sa consulate pra mkuha qna or i still have to wait for my name to apear on the list.

Renato
Renato

To much difficulty to see or to check the passt import it’s already to pick up..

Fritzie tugade umadhay
Fritzie tugade umadhay

Why the list of new release is still they same i renew my passport last jan.18 2018.

Rose Ann buscas rubio
Rose Ann buscas rubio

Hi I just want to ask if my passport is already available I requested it since January 15 2018 Ang I’m always checking it after a month still not yet available my name on your list how can I know if it is already available pls help me I need my new passport so that my employer can make my visa this month it already 3 months now still I cannot find my name on your list is still not available

annie lopez sabado
annie lopez sabado

plssss update for passport its been 3month am waitng i need to renue my new visa plssss madam /sir

Asisclo Rago Borces
Asisclo Rago Borces

Good day Sir Ma’am why may passport still not realize coz may visa expire on June 21 May Name is Asisclobo Rago Borces company needed

Mark ryan altamia
Mark ryan altamia

Hi I want to follow up my passporr I need it as soon ask possible po in going vacation this coming july 1 .
Pls help me

Rea
Rea

Mga mam /mga sir..

Hanggang ngyon po hnde maview ang passport rrlease. Kln po kya mggwa ung gulong. Salamat po

Yolanda V. Grinell
Yolanda V. Grinell

Good day po sir madam…. Yolanda V. Grinell here po just want to inquire lng po if available n ung passport q ne renew q po ito last April pa

Irene
Irene

Hi. Ask ko lang po kung ready yung passport ng dalawang anak na cla mohid zahid Brazil at Mohammad ahmed Brazil po…

Bong Enriquez
Bong Enriquez

Hi,
The pcgdubai website is not working. I renewed my son’s passport last May 28, 2018. Can you check if my son’s passport is already available for collection? My son’s name is Luis Gabriel Escueta Enriquez. Thanks. Or do you have any other site where we can check the available passport for release..?

Allan S Runas
Allan S Runas

mam/sir,

kailan po maayos yong yong link sa release passport?
araw araw po ako nagbubukas.may iba pa po bang link na pwedi namin puntahan para sa release passport?

Tessalonica Austria Mustaza
Tessalonica Austria Mustaza

Hi Ma’am and sir,
Follow up ko lang po yung renewal po ng passport ko. Hindi ko po ma open yung website nu. i really need badly po yung passport ko. thank you.

Allan S Runas
Allan S Runas

paki usap po paki ayos naman po ng link ng updation ng passport release mam/sir

FERDINAND CORPUZ DELA CRUZ
FERDINAND CORPUZ DELA CRUZ

Dear Madamme,

I would like to follow-up my new passport with release date on 06 July ’18 as per receipt. no. 774086

FERDINAND CORPUZ DELA CRUZ
FERDINAND CORPUZ DELA CRUZ

Dear Madamme,

I would like to verify if my new passport is now ready for pick up (due for release last 06 July ’18 as per my receipt). Thank you.

Ferdinand Corpuz dela Cruz

jaimelyn semilla
jaimelyn semilla

Ayusin nyo nmn serbisyo niyo. Walang kwenta ang numbers at email pinopost nyo. Noong April 25 pa ako nag apply ng passport ko gang ngayon wala pa anong petsa na. Akla ko iba na dto ang serbisyo nyo yun pala walang pinagkakaiba sa pinas.!may site nga na pewedeng e check kung anjan na ang passport kaso wala nmn kwenta kc naka down system. Ano ba yan!

Christopher m. Arca
Christopher m. Arca

Hello po ako po pala si christopher m. Arca and nag renew ako nung july 8 gusto ko sana malamankung releasing na passport ko kaso down system may iba ba kau alam na link para makita ko kung ok na salamat po

Merly Lomboy Resuello
Merly Lomboy Resuello

Hello good day po.trying to call lahat ng number na binigay sa customer service. Peo wala po sumasagot.. Gusto ko lng kc malaman kung ready to pick up na passport ko july 16 2018 po ako nagpa renew.. Salamat. Merly Lomboy Resuello po name ko

Jem Palomia
Jem Palomia

Hi maam wla pa po ba list ng name ng nag renew nun july 22 need ko po kc makuha passpor ko dun po kc sa website nyo ang nakalagay lng nun list of july 8 and 16 only ..thank u

Johnjolyn sagayno
Johnjolyn sagayno

Hello sir
Paki bilisan naman ang pag update sa mag pastport Sabin 3 to 6 weeks almost n.a. 6 weeks wala parin need ko ang pastport ko… kailangan ko makauli sa 20 ng augost plss

MercyPampolan
MercyPampolan

Mam ser

I want to ask po bakit wala pa yong name ko MercyPampolanPante ngrenew po ako last august 26 2018 all the name is teel the same there is another site to check my name

mareynor
mareynor

hi, good eve, d po ako makaka access sa instruction nabinigay ng site nyo, pls po pki check yong name ko kasi ma expired nah visa ko end of this month n kailangan kog magrenew ng contract sa company ko….pls po, patulong naman…August 7, 2018 po ako nag apply. tnx

joanette bueno bautista
joanette bueno bautista

good day madam,sir i just want to know po sa sitwasyon ng passport q availing po aq for the amnesty program i renewd already my passport kc expired na.august 19 2018 nag renew aq eversince then no updates regarding sa ni renew q august 26 i try to go pcg dubai to check my passport at dun q nlaman na pending pla passport q sa manila so kung dipa aq nagpunta dun dq pa malalaman na pending passport ko serbisyong totoo ba mga empleyado ng pcg dubai? and till now po wlapang update nag sign nman nko ng affidavit letter… Read more »

Rida C. Raheel
Rida C. Raheel

Madam/ Sir,

Urgent!
Im checking for my newborn baby’s passport it was scheduled to be released September 24,2018 but til now my baby’s name is not showing. I need it ASAP for her visa,her name is Rida C. RAHEEL

Leonila amalia lirazan
Leonila amalia lirazan

Good day Po aq c leonila Amalia lirazan tanong kulang Po sana kung kailan ang realise ng passport na enaply ng September 24 2018

Igi Austria
Igi Austria

Hi Mam,

Please let me know kung ready for Pick na ung Passport ko kasi last September 19,2018 pa ako nagrenew Untill now wala pa ung name ko sa list nio.

virginia
virginia

good pm po. tanong ko lang kung meron na po kayong updated lists of passport to be release this week

vanessa hicban
vanessa hicban

Follow up my passport its almost 6 weeks na po but till now wla p din name ko sa list ng releasing ng passport

Leonida Gonzales Cortez
Leonida Gonzales Cortez

Hello po, i just want if my passport is rready to pick,up urgent po please

Ronilo tapiz felipe
Ronilo tapiz felipe

Hi Sir/ madam, matanong ko lang po kung kelan ang releasing ng passport ko? nag apply po ako nung december 16, 2018. thank you. 0581618894

Carmencita Tan awon
Carmencita Tan awon

Good afternoon po! ask ko lang po sana kung kelan ang release ng passport ko na nirenew ko last march 19,2019 po? wala kasi akong makita na pangalan ko nung latest names na March 26. thank you po.

marlo albano
marlo albano

last april nasa list na yung name ko na for releasing.. but nung chineck ko ulit wala na siya sa list ngayong june.. hindi ko kasi nakuha kasi pinalipas ko muna ramadan.. at last march ko lang naman inapply yun

raquel alonzo quilog
raquel alonzo quilog

Good morning sir/madam just want to ask why my passport still not at the list for release? I did it last August 1 but until now I have no confirmation about my passport, pls give me feedback about this name RAQUEL ALONZO QUILOG, thank you.

jane
jane

Good Day,
I just want to follow up my passport which I renew last October 10. ‘ve been checking the status online almost every day but I don’t see any update or changes in the list. I also sent mail to epassportpcgdubai@pcgdubai.ae but it took 72 hours for them to reply. PLEASE give any update/ feedback. Jane Carganilla Velasquez

Gina deleon osman
Gina deleon osman

I need my new passport for the stamp of my visa its only for stamping thanks