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Hello, my wife filed to renew her Philippine passport on May 15th of this year (at a consulate outreach here in the U.S.). We understand that the paperwork, and her soon-to-be expired passport were sent back to Manila for processing. Is there any way to track the process online? The links that I've found on this site are all dead.

Thank you in advance for any help,

Mark & Fatima

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Hello, my wife filed to renew her Philippine passport on May 15th of this year (at a consulate outreach here in the U.S.). We understand that the paperwork, and her soon-to-be expired passport were sent back to Manila for processing. Is there any way to track the process online? The links that I've found on this site are all dead.

Thank you in advance for any help,

Mark & Fatima

I have no knowledge of any tracking system for Filipino passports as a "nation". There is a beta testing going on for the San Francisco Consulate but I am not aware if other consulate's are doing the same. The normal processing is 30-60 days so if you have not passed that milestone then a little more patience is required. If that time period has expired for you, then call the Embassy who is handling your request. Sometimes, it's easier to get a hold of someone at a consulate by finding the Consulate's Facebook page and post your question there.


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Hi good day to you, as you know anytime you need something done in the philippines if yoyr not putting something in somebody's hand they're slow as a snail on getting anything done, when my wife renewed her philippines passport it took them 3 months and alot of calling to move their lazy asses so good luck give it sometime

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