3. Documents and Processes you will undergo when you lost your Philippine Passport. 4. Fees and Expense you need to pay for such loss.
Passport replacement fee of P200 is passport is still valid. Steps in Replacing your lost passport in the Philippines. Prepare the original and Xerox copies of the requirements you have submitted when obtaining a new passport.
Recognition as a Filipino Citizen. NSO Delivery Service. Judicial Recognition of Foreign Divorce. Legal Assistance in the Philippines.
If you are asking how much it will cost or the fees for lost passport, an additional fee of Php 200.00 will be charged for processing of Lost Passports if it is still valid.
Passport fees vary depending on the phase of processing. Regular Processing takes 15 working days before the release of the passport while the Express Processing takes only seven working days.
...Certificate (For those married in the Philippines and abroad) Fees: C$75.00 for new passport Note: For those who were married in Canada or abroad
The fee for an affidavit is 100 AED; Note: Verification will be made with the place of issuance of your lost passport.
ADDRESS in PHILIPPINES. OCCUPATION.
In processing a Philippine passport, fees are Php950.00 for non-rush that will take around 15 working days, and Php1,200.00 for rush processing, which usually takes 7 working days. An additional fee of Php200.00 will be charged for processing of Lost Passports.
Passport fee of $160.00 if lost passport was a Machine Readable Passport or ePassport; $100.00 if lost passport was a Machine Ready Readable Passport or Green Manual Passport. Fees (non-refundable) are payable in cash or money order made payable to "Embassy of the Philippines" (or...