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Till now i have been working on how to renew my passport. I live in Florida, I found a website which the name is the Philippines Consulate and there is one in Miami....http://www.philippineembassy-usa.org/. I have told that I can renew my passport there. I called and talked to them and asked my problem. I have been told that I can only go to Washington D.C to renew my passport.

I also need to change my name in my passport into my husband's last name, so the consulate in Miami told me they can do it and that I just have to bring my "original marriage certificate" but not renewing the passport because they dont do it there and that they told me to go to Washington D.C. Now I am screwed because anyone I asked told me you can do it in your nearest consulate in your area. I dont know who to believe.

Is there anyone know about this situation??

josie

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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The Consolate is actually called the Philippine Consolate of South Florida because it is located in Fort Lauderdale. The woman on the phone is correct, they do not do passport renewals. You do need to contact Washington, DC. This is what is not clear. If you have the green passport and want to renew that, it can possibly be done by mail. But if you are required to now get the new machine readable passport, that requires a personal appearance at the Consolate in Washinton, DC.


K-1 Visa

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Manilla, Philipines

I-129F Sent : 2009-04-06

I-129F Received: 2009-04-08

I-129F NOA1 : 2009-04-08

Check Cashed: 2009-04-10

I-129F NOA1: (hardcopy): 2009-04-14

I-129f NOA2: 2009-08-18

NVC received case: 2009-08-20

NVC shipped case: 2009-08-24

Medical: 2009-09-22

Interview Passed: 2009-10-08

Visa delivered: 2009-10-14

Flight to States: 2009-10-28

AOS

I-485 Sent: 2010-03-01

I-485 Received: 2010-03-04

Email Noticfication of receipt: 2010-03-11

Hard copy NOA receipt: 2010-03-20

I-485 Transferred to CSC: 2010-30-26

Biometrics scheduled: 2010-04-07

EAD Approved: 2010-05-07

EAD Received: 2010-05-29

AOS Approved: 2010-05-28

Green Card Received: 2010-06-17

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Till now i have been working on how to renew my passport. I live in Florida, I found a website which the name is the Philippines Consulate and there is one in Miami....http://www.philippineembassy-usa.org/. I have told that I can renew my passport there. I called and talked to them and asked my problem. I have been told that I can only go to Washington D.C to renew my passport.

I also need to change my name in my passport into my husband's last name, so the consulate in Miami told me they can do it and that I just have to bring my "original marriage certificate" but not renewing the passport because they dont do it there and that they told me to go to Washington D.C. Now I am screwed because anyone I asked told me you can do it in your nearest consulate in your area. I dont know who to believe.

Is there anyone know about this situation??

josie

hi, if you are renewing your passport with your married name and you are married here in USA you need to submit a report of marriage that can be download the form to the philippine consulate washington dc website, i live in kentucky and i already have an approved report of marriage that they sent to me but they cant renew my philipine passport which is a brown machine readable passport, they told me to apply for a new passport and not to renew it and they need me to appear personally to apply for a new passport but i dont have time to do that because i cant travel from kentucky to washington dc and im waiting few weeks from now and having a new born baby, i will just apply for a new passport when i get there to the philippines after i give birth and luckily we are moving in korea in august and i will have time to go to philippines to do that stuff.

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The report of marriage can be filed at the Consulate in South Florida.


K-1 Visa

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Manilla, Philipines

I-129F Sent : 2009-04-06

I-129F Received: 2009-04-08

I-129F NOA1 : 2009-04-08

Check Cashed: 2009-04-10

I-129F NOA1: (hardcopy): 2009-04-14

I-129f NOA2: 2009-08-18

NVC received case: 2009-08-20

NVC shipped case: 2009-08-24

Medical: 2009-09-22

Interview Passed: 2009-10-08

Visa delivered: 2009-10-14

Flight to States: 2009-10-28

AOS

I-485 Sent: 2010-03-01

I-485 Received: 2010-03-04

Email Noticfication of receipt: 2010-03-11

Hard copy NOA receipt: 2010-03-20

I-485 Transferred to CSC: 2010-30-26

Biometrics scheduled: 2010-04-07

EAD Approved: 2010-05-07

EAD Received: 2010-05-29

AOS Approved: 2010-05-28

Green Card Received: 2010-06-17

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