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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

All You Need To Know About Appointment And Passport Renewal In Saudi Arabia

 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.
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 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?

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Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,
all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/ 
 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?
However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:

  • Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit
  • Newborn children (up to one year old)
  • Senior citizen 60 years and older
  • Those with physical disabilities
  • Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof)
  • Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement


Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above

Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.

Applicants should  only 
have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.

The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.
 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?
Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.
 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?

REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL: 

  • Appointment
  • Personal appearance 
  • Original passport for renewal 
  • Photocopy of passport (data page only) 
E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.  While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?

REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT 

  • No appointment required 
  • Personal appearance 
  • Original damaged passport 
  • Affidavit of Damage of Passport 
  • E-passport application form (no photo needed) While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?
REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT: 

  • No appointment required 
  • Personal appearance 
  • Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy 
  • Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper 
Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy: 
  • Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card 
  • Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License 
  • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID 
  • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card 
  • Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office 
  • Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License 
  • Senior Citizen ID 
  • Valid School ID (for Students) 
  • Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation 
  • Affidavit of Loss in English 
  • Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed) 

(Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)

 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?
REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT: 

  • 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) 
 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below) 

  • Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below) 
  • Personal appearance of the minor applicant 
  • Personal appearance of either parent 
  • Passport of Minor 
  • Passport of parents 
  • Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom. 
  • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.




ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT

Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.

Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).

Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.

 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    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PASSPORT FEES:

Renewal 
e-Passport -SR 240 

Lost Passport
e-Passport -SR 600
*Additional SR 100 for Affidavit 

Newborn Children 
Report of Birth -SR 100.00 


As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away. 

Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.
 While appointment slots for passport application and renewal is seemingly a big problem in the Philippines, Filipino migrants are experiencing difficulties in their passport renewal while abroad. Many would rather spend a portion of their vacation just to renew their passport at the Consular office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at Aseana and taking the opportunity to enjoy the privilege of the courtesy lane provided by the DFA for OFWs. Some would also renew their passport especially if they have a passport which is expiring very soon. If you are an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who is working in Saudi Arabia and your passport is in near expiry, you can contact or go personally to the  Philippine Embassy or consulate nearest your area. Of course, you may need first to secure an appointment and you can do it by visiting the official website of the Philippines Embassy in Saudi Arabia at http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     Since walk-in passport applicants are not allowed,  all applicants are required to make an appointment online at this link http://philembassyriyadh.checkappointments.com/     However, these following categories are not required to set an appointment and can do walk-in anytime during office hours:    Those with Final Exit visas or are applying for an exit Newborn children (up to one year old) Senior citizen 60 years and older Those with physical disabilities Females who are pregnant (with the medical certificate as proof) Those who have lost their passports and need a replacement    Like the policy of other Philippine Embassies, “Walk-ins” (coming to the Embassy to apply for passport renewal without an appointment) are not allowed except for those mentioned above  Applicants are also reminded to input their email address correctly; otherwise, the confirmation message from the Embassy will not get through.  Applicants should  only have one slot or name each in the online system. If you wish to reserve the slot for your child, please use the child’s name and information, and use your email address in order to receive and print out the confirmation message.    The Embassy cancels duplicate appointments on the system.  Note: you need to bring your minor children at the Embassy, as their pictures will be captured. A parent/legal guardian has to accompany them. Their appointments must be entered separately, or one appointment for each child. The parent may use his/her email address, in order to receive the confirmation message.    REQUIREMENTS FOR E-PASSPORT RENEWAL:   Appointment Personal appearance  Original passport for renewal  Photocopy of passport (data page only)  E-passport application form that can be downloaded from the Embassy website or obtained from Window 3 of the Consular Section or at the Information Desk at the Embassy lobby (no photo needed). Make sure you complete all entries before you come to the Embassy.    REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED PASSPORT   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Original damaged passport  Affidavit of Damage of Passport  E-passport application form (no photo needed) REQUIREMENTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF LOST PASSPORT:   No appointment required  Personal appearance  Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper and a photocopy  Married Females:Original copy PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper  Any of the following Valid IDs with one(1) photocopy:  Social Security System (SSS)/Government Service Insurance System(GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card  Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver's License  Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID  Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated Department of Labor and Employment(iDOLE) card  Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter's ID or Voter's Registration Record from COMELEC Head or Regional Office  Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License  Senior Citizen ID  Valid School ID (for Students)  Report of lost passport from Jawazat (Saudi Passport Office) with English translation  Affidavit of Loss in English  Duly accomplished E-passport application form (no photo needed)    (Note: There is a 15 working days waiting period before the approval of the passport application)      REQUIREMENTS FOR NEWLY BORN APPLICANTS FOR E‑PASSPORT:   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)    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PASSPORT FOR MINOR APPLICANTS (17 years old and below)   Confirmed appointment (except for 7 years old and below)  Personal appearance of the minor applicant  Personal appearance of either parent  Passport of Minor  Passport of parents  Original Birth Certificate of minor issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Birth with seal and signature of Consul for those born in the Kingdom.  Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents issued by PSA authenticated by DFA or Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy, if married in the Kingdom.       ENCODING AND PAYMENT FOR YOUR PASSPORT    Your photo and biometrics will be captured at the encoding area.    Review your passport enrollment certificate before signing, as your signature indicates consent and acceptance of the details as encoded for printing in your new passport. If there is a mistake in the encoding (the most common mistakes are birthdates, the spelling of the first name or surname, and gender of an infant), the resulting passport will also carry that mistake. In such cases, the applicant will have to reapply for a new passport, pay for the same fees, and wait for the same amount of time (30-45 days).    Bring this collection slip to the cashier for processing and pay the passport fee of SR 240.00 for regular renewal in cash.      PASSPORT FEES:    Renewal   e-Passport -SR 240     Lost Passport e-Passport -SR 600  *Additional SR 100 for Affidavit     Newborn Children   Report of Birth -SR 100.00       As part of our government regulations, the Embassy does not accept debit or credit cards. The nearest ATM machines and bank are about 200 meters away.     Please note that if the payment is not made, the ePassport process will not be complete, and you will be unable to claim any passport, as the system will not start the manufacture of your passport.    REMINDERS: Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.   Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.   It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.  READ MORE: Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    Do You Know The Effects Of Too Much Bad News To Your Body?    Authorized Travel Agency To Process Temporary Visa Bound to South Korea    Who Can Skip Online Appointment And Use The DFA Courtesy Lane For Passport Processing?
REMINDERS:
Always keep a copy of your passport and iqama with you. Also keep a copy of the page with your entry visa and entry border code.

Make sure your passport is valid for at least 9 months if you will use it to travel.

It takes about 6-8 weeks for your passport to be released after encoding at the Embassy. Get an appointment for e‑Passport renewal at least 9 months before it expires.



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