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Obtaining Philippines Passport and cost

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  1. How much is the passport processing fee? How long will the processing take?
    • Passport processing fees for both new applications and renewal are as follows:
      • Regular Processing – P 950.00
      • Expedited Processing – P 1,200.00
      • Penalty for lost and mutilated passports – P 350.00
    • For applications made at Consular Offices in Metro Manila, processing and releasing of passports take 12 working days for regular processing and 6 working days for expedited processing.
    • For areas outside Metro Manila, processing and releasing of passports take 12 working days for regular processing and 7 working days for expedited processing.
    • For all Philippine Foreign Service Posts, processing and releasing of passports take around 4-6 weeks.
    • The above timetables do not include courier delivery.

https://www.passport.gov.ph/faqs_1

https://www.passport.gov.ph/faqs_2

 

This is per the official government site. Though it may be difficult in some places to secure an appointment slot. That also excludes the fees to pre-pay for the passport to secure the actual time slot for the appointment as part of the new system.

Edited by suss6052

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8 minutes ago, suss6052 said:
  1. How much is the passport processing fee? How long will the processing take?
    • Passport processing fees for both new applications and renewal are as follows:
      • Regular Processing – P 950.00
      • Expedited Processing – P 1,200.00
      • Penalty for lost and mutilated passports – P 350.00
    • For applications made at Consular Offices in Metro Manila, processing and releasing of passports take 12 working days for regular processing and 6 working days for expedited processing.
    • For areas outside Metro Manila, processing and releasing of passports take 12 working days for regular processing and 7 working days for expedited processing.
    • For all Philippine Foreign Service Posts, processing and releasing of passports take around 4-6 weeks.
    • The above timetables do not include courier delivery.

https://www.passport.gov.ph/faqs_1

https://www.passport.gov.ph/faqs_2

 

This is per the official government site. Though it may be difficult in some places to secure an appointment slot. That also excludes the fees to pre-pay for the passport to secure the actual time slot for the appointment as part of the new system.

Thank You so much

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51 minutes ago, Chris Duffy said:

How much is the average cost?

 

How long does it take for a Philippine Citizens

 950 peso for 30 day issuance.  1250 for 14 day when in country

Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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