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Saturday, January 27, 2018

This OFW Renewed Her Passport of 10 Years Validity With the Same Fee in Saudi Embassy, Find Out How


Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.

Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details how to renew your passport please follow these steps.
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Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.
STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE 
In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.

Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.
STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.
Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.


STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. You should bring your iqama additional identification might be needed. 

Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.
Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK


 

Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.
Once you enter the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  All passport applicants will also be  required to register at the  Absentee Voters counter. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, you may check and get your voter's ID. This is how it looks like.

Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.
 Absentee Voter ID


Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.
STEP 4: The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Wait for your turn as they call  your number. Then proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before they take your passport photo. No earrings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years. 

Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.
STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, the receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years validity passport before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport. 

Good news for all OFWs, you will have your passport for 10 years now. More years for the same price. That is what our new passport offers to our dear OFWs in Saudi and other countries. To know the details to renew your passports please follow these steps.  STEP 1: Get an online appointment thru the Philippine Embassy website. CLICK HERE   In order for you to go thru the process, you must provide a valid email address. If you are registered before click login or for a new applicant you can click the REGISTER icon. Fill up the entry in the registration.  STEP 2:  A confirmation will be sent to your email. It is important to print it. You will present it once you enter the main entrance to the embassy.  STEP 3: Go to Philippine Embassy at least an hour before your appointment. "The earlier, the better" will not be a guarantee that you will be accommodated soon. So just be at the embassy at least 30 minutes to an hour. A reminder that a photocopier will not be always available at the site. Prepare a copy of the first page of your passport at least 2 copies. Your iqama will be needed if additional identification is needed.  Form for passport renewal can be-be downloaded at this LINK Once you entered the Embassy, get a queue number at the information area.  This will determine the amount of time you have to wait. But before you proceed with your passport application, a counter for registration for Absentee Voters is on the side. All passport applicants are required to register. If you are a voter from the recent 2106 Presidential election, the chance of having your voter ID is ready. This is how it looks like. STEP 4: Finally it's your turn. The waiting time varies from an hour to four hours.  Once your number was called proceed to the counter you are assigned. Just a few things to remember before your photo shoot. No earings should be worn during the shoot. No to a big smile, though you are allowed to show your teeth. Remember this will be your photo on your passport for ten years.  STEP 5: PAYMENT- After the encoding, receipt will be given and you can proceed to pay 240 SR at the cashier. The same price you pay for five years before, sweet isn't. Usually, you will wait for 345- 60 days before you get your new passport.
For those who are waiting for Department of Foreign Affairs' (DFA) passport online appointment to be opened, the wait is now over but only for the meantime.   Around 100,000 passport appointment slots for February to May is now open starting Tuesday, January 23, 2018, around 1:00 pm.  It was only last month when netizens criticized DFA for a full schedule of passport online appointment slot until March.    Read: Who Are Exempted From DFA's Online Appointment for Passport Application?

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