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How to renew a Philippine passport in Hong Kong

Philippine passports are renewed at the Philippine Consulate in Hong Kong. It is best to do the passport renewal one year before the passport expiry date. Now, appointments for passport renewals can be booked online, as well as in-person. Making an online appointment booking is recommended in order to save time at the Consulate. The passport renewal takes about six weeks. 

A reminder: Do not purchase a flight ticket until after your the passport has been released. If there are delays to the passport renewal process, you may not be able to take your flight. 

After collecting the new passport, domestic helpers should also apply for the remaining full visa at HK Immigration. 

Step 1: Book an appointment

You can do this online via hk.passport.gov.ph

  • You will get a confirmation email with a link which must be clicked within 24 hours to authenticate.
  • The appointment page, will display a list of available dates and time. Click your preferred schedule, 
  • The system will provide you with two documents: ‘System Confirmation Notification’ and ‘DFA Passport Application.’ Print both documents and fill up the application form. 

Step 2: Come to your appointment with these documents

You will need to bring:

  1. Current passport
  2. Application form
  3. Photocopy of passport and visa or HKID
  4. A4 Mailing envelope with HK$32 Stamps

Step 3: Wait for your passport to be mailed

For any inquiries, you can reach the Philippine Consulate General at:

  • 2823-8508 during office hours
  • 5241-5465 (whatsapp/viber message only)

For more information on the Philippine Passport refer to:

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Last updated on January 15th, 2021
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