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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Steps on How to Apply For Your Baby's Passport in Saudi Arabia

A passport is very important documents for those who are working or residing in another country just like Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) including their children. This is one legal document you or your family will be needed in case you want to decide to go back to the Philippines or travel anywhere in the world.  So if you are in Saudi Arabia, it is vital that you process your baby's passport, few months after he is born.

A passport is very important documents for those who are working or residing in another country just like Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) including their children. This is one legal document you or your family will be needed in case you want to decide to go back to the Philippines or travel anywhere in the world.

So if you are in Saudi Arabia, it is vital that you process your baby's passport, few months after he is born.



Read: OFWs in SAUDI, Embassy Reminds You To Renew Your Passport 9 Months Before Expiration

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If you have a newborn baby, you don't need an appointment because it is clearly stated on the website of Philippine Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia that no appointment needed for newborn children up to one-year-old.

STEP - 1

Complete the following requirements for your baby's passport application:

  • Report of Birth form accomplished in 4 copies. (Form available at the Consular Section of the Embassy or the website)
  • Arabic and English temporary birth certificate and/or other supporting documents (e.g. Notification of Birth from the clinic/hospital where the child was born) – 3 copies
  • Marriage Contract of parents duly authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Manila (if married in the Philippines) or authenticated by the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs with English translation (if married in KSA) – 3 copies
  • Photocopies of parents' passports (data page only) – 3 copies
  • Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)
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STEP - 2
  • Prepare a total of 340 SAR for payment
  • 100SAR is for application and 240SAR is for the processing fee.
STEP - 3

With all your requirements, proceed to Philippine Embassy in Alradaef St, Safarat, Riyadh 11693

STEP - 4

Inside the Philippine Embassy. Inform the information desk that you are processing a passport for your newborn baby. Here, the application form will be provided and they will instruct you to proceed to Window 4.

STEP - 5

At Window 4, your documents will be verified or checked. You will be given another form to fill up for a report of birth (ROB) and an invoice to pay for application fee at the cashier.


Read: What Your Passport Color Really Means

After this, wait for your baby's name to be called for taking a passport photo. Paying a processing fee will end passport application process for your baby.

It takes few weeks before your baby's passport will be released. You can check the status with this link.
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