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GENERAL INFORMATION

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.

The information provided in the passport application form must be true and correct. The documents that will be submitted should be complete and authentic. Under the law, making false statements in the passport application form, furnishing falsified or forged documents in support thereof are punishable by law.

 

BEFORE APPLYING FOR A PHILIPPINE PASSPORT:

  1. All applicants should secure an online appointment when applying for a passport;
  2. The public is advised to secure their passports prior to booking their flights. Flight bookings should ONLY be made if passports are still valid for at least six (6) months;
  3. Confirmed appointment is required for all applicants;
  4. Applicants are requested to be at the Embassy at least 15 minutes only before their appointment time;
  5. Personal appearance is required for all applicants;
  6. Prepare all the originals and photocopies of the documentary requirements for passport application.
  7. Jewelries such as earrings and necklaces and colored contact lenses are not allowed during photo capturing;
  8. The Embassy adheres to “No Escort” policy; escorts shall be prohibited from entering the Embassy premises to accompany the applicants, except for minors.

 

AFTER APPLYING FOR A PHILIPPINE PASSPORT:

  1. Applicants shall bring the old passport and the passport receipt for release of their new passport. In case of lost passport receipt, an Affidavit of Loss is required.
  2. Check if all the data on the passport are correct before leaving the Embassy.
  3. For applicants 13 years old and above, immediately affix the signature on the third page of the passport booklet upon receipt of the passport. For minors 12 years old and below, leave it blank.
  4. If the applicant cannot personally claim his/her passport, an immediate family member or an authorized representative shall present an Authorization Letter or a Special Power of Attorney respectively, to claim the passport on behalf of the applicant. Both documents should contain the name and photocopy of the ID of the authorized individual.
  5. Passports unclaimed after (1) one year will be cancelled per Department Order No. 2021-012.
  6. Do not staple anything on the passport booklet especially the covers as it may damage the electronic chip and render the epassport unreadable.

Passport appointments at the Philippine Embassy in Rabat can now be obtained through the DFA’s Global Online Appointment System (GOAS).

Click on the link below to enter the DFA Global Online Appointment System:

passport.gov.ph

 

STEP BY STEP GUIDE ON HOW TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT THRU GLOBAL ONLINE APPOINTMENT SYSTEM (GOAS)

  • Visit the Global Online Appointment System (GOAS) at passport.gov.ph
  • Click schedule an appointment;
  • You may choose either Individual Appointment or Group Appointment (for family);
  • Chose the Region of Middle East/Africa >, Country > Morocco and site > PE Rabat, then click next;
  • Choose the date and time. Tick the CAPTCHA icon, then press next;
  • Provide personal and other information. Fields with asterisks (*) are required. Please input Moroccan contact details;
  • Review all entries before submitting;
  • A provisional email shall be sent to your email address. Confirm your booking within one hour and follow the instructions in the email.
  • A confirmation email shall be sent to your registered email address;
  • Print the application form sent through the confirmation email
  • Proceed to the Embassy on your appointed date and time and bring the application form with you together with other requirements.

Note: If possible, please use the Google Chrome or the Mozilla browser. If an invalid URL appears, just delete or clear cache and refresh. Also, to receive the email confirmation, please provide preferably a Gmail or Yahoo account.

For queries and assistance on the DFA-GOAS
Call: +212619202240
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REQUIREMENTS FOR PASSPORT SERVICES

Applicant Nature of Application Requirements
ADULT Regular ePassport Renewa
  1. Confirmed online appointment
  2. Printed application form from online appointment
  3. Current ePassport
  4. Photocopy of Data Page of Current ePassport
ADULT ePassport Renewal requiring changes in personal information (i.e. change in name/place of birth, married woman adopting her husband's surname, etc.)
  1. Confirmed online appointment
  2. Printed application form from online appointment
  3. Current ePassport
  4. Photocopy of Data Page of Current ePassport
  5. Original and a copy of documents that will support the change of information such as:
    • Annotated Birth Certificate showing new information;
    • Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), formerly NSO, for women adopting their husband's surname;
    • PSA Death Certificate of Spouse or Annotated Marriage Certificate showing annulment/divorce for women reverting to their maiden name.
ADULT Renewal of old passport (brown, green or machine readable passports)
  1. Confirmed online appointment
  2. Printed application packet from online appointment
  3. Old Passport
  4. Photocopy of Data Page of Old Passport
  5. Birth Certificate from PSA
  6. Acceptable Philippine Government Issued ID (i.e., Voter's ID, SSS Card, UMID Card, LTO Driver's License, PRC License, etc.)
ADULT Replacement of Lost or Damaged/Mutilated ePassport
  1. Confirmed online appointment
  2. Printed application form from online appointment
  3. Affidavit of Loss or Mutilation
  4. Birth Certificate from PSA
  5. Photocopy of the Data Page of the Lost or Mutilated Passport
  6. If photocopy of the data page is unavailable, please bring the original and a photocopy of a valid Philippine Government Issued ID

Additional requirements for lost valid passport:

  1. Police Report about the loss of the passport with english translation
  2. If a Police Report cannot be obtained, affidavit of explanation obtained at the Embassy

Please note that there is a 15 day clearing period for lost passports.

MINOR First Time Applicant   
  1. Confirmed online appointment
  2. Printed application form from online appointment
  3. Duly Registered Report of Birth with photocopy
  4. Personal appearance of parents.
  5. Photocopy of Data Page of the passport of parents. (present the original)

Marriage Certificate of parents is required if only one parent is accompanying the child

If parents are unmarried, a Special Power of Attorney (SPA) executed by the Mother will be required if she is not accompanying the child

MINOR ePassport Renewal
  1. Confirmed online appointment
  2. Printed application form from online appointment
  3. Current ePassport
  4. Photocopy of Data Page of the Current Passport
  5. Original and photocopy of birth certificate
  6. Personal appearance of parents.
  7. Photocopy of Data Page of the passport of parents. (present the original)

Marriage Certificate of parents is required if only one parent is accompanying the child

If parents are unmarried, a Special Power of Attorney (SPA) executed by the Mother will be required if she is not accompanying the child

Please note the following:

  • The Consular Officer reserves the right to require additional documents to ensure the nationality and identity of the applicant.
  • Please make sure that all entries in documents to be submitted are clear and legible.

 

PASSPORT FEES:

New: MAD 600.00
Renewal: MAD 600.00
Replacement of Lost Passport (Green/MRP): MAD 900.00
Replacement of Lost Passport (ePassport): MAD 1,500.00