Renew your Philippine Passport In Qatar
Renew your Philippine Passport In Qatar
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Frequently Asked Questions

Only a Filipino citizen is eligible to acquire a Philippine passport.

Applicants may renew their Philippine e-passport at the PaRC, preferably with prior appointment, from Sundays – Thursday ,08:00 hrs to 20:00 hrs by simply bringing the complete set of requirements for the renewal of passport.

*First time passport applicants and those applying for replacement of lost or with mutilated passports, and those requiring any change in biographical data(due to marriage, date of birth, place of birth and sex), must make their application at the Philippine Embassy in Doha.

You can renew your passport at PaRC as long as no changes will be done on the biographical page.

For Adult please click here

For Minor please click here

You may accomplish the online passport application form through this link.

click here (For Doha)

Applicant may expect their new passport 30-45 days(average) after their biometric and biographical data ere captured at the PaRC barring unforeseen events

In accordance with Department Order No. 010-2017 or the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act No. 10928 (2017), the Philippine passport has a ten-year validity period, for those issued to Filipinos 18 years or older. Passport of Filipinos under 18 years will have five years validity.

All passports applied for renewal at the BLS Passport Renewal Centre can only be collected/released at the Passport Renewal Centre.

For such cases, you must book an appointment at the Embassy of The Philippine and renew your passport there.

To book an appointment at the Embassy click here.

No. The Philippine passport has a standard booklet containing forty-four (44) pages. Should the passport run out of pages, you may opt to renew your passport.

You should bring your original receipt and the old passport. This will be cancelled (by punching holes on the cover) by PaRC and return to the holder.

Yes. An authorization letter must be provided in favor of the spouse, sibling, parent (if applicant is of legal age) along with the original receipt and old passport.

If the authorized representative collecting the passport is not among the relatives specified above, a Special Power of Attorney mentioning the same is also required.

Pursuant to Department Order No. 37-03, all passports unclaimed by applicants after six (6) months from the date of issuance shall be cancelled.

For such cases, you must book an appointment at Embassy of The Philippine and renew your passport there.

To book an appointment at the Embassy click here.

Yes, provided that you have not yet used your married name in any previous Philippine passport. However, you may be required to submit a Marriage Certificate if you are updating your marital status from "single" to "married".

No, please contact The Embassy of The Philippine for the requirements and procedure.

No, your passport must be at least six-months valid for you to be able to travel abroad , unless one is returning to the Philippines

Yes, you may renew your passport at the Passport Renewal Centre as long as no changes will be done on the biographical page.

No, there are no penalties for the replacement of your expired passport.

Yes, it will be cancelled by PaRC and returned to you upon claiming the new passport.

The application form may be corrected based on your documents if reported to PaRC within the day of your application. Otherwise passport will be printed with mistake(s). Applicant must apply for a new passport with correct info/details.

Please be reminded that any incorrect information that is entered in the application form may result in the delay of your application. Any misrepresentation on your part may be considered grounds for refusal or cancellation of your appointment.

Passports must be valid for at least 6 months from date of departure. We suggest that you renew your passport 10 months before the date of expiration.