Philippine Passport In Dubai Available for Release/Pick-Up

Here’s a complete guide of information you’ll probably need if you’re also waiting for the list of names whose passports are to be released.

Now that everything can be done and check online, the government made it easier for everyone to check or view the status of the release of their passports before even going to the Philippine Consulate Dubai.

Passports Applied In Pcg Dubai/fspsrcosmanila/vfs(Parc)passports Ready For Release

Below is the list of names of applicants whose e-passports are now available for pick-up at the Consulate General beginning with the latest batch (latest date) received from DFA-Manila.

Simply VIEW PDF here to check if your passport is ready for pick-up and PRESS “CONTROL F” OR “F3” TO SEARCH FOR YOUR NAME.


What to do when my passport is already available for pick-up?

Instructions for an online appointment for passport release.

(If the passport is included in the list, please click the link for an online appointment for passport release, fill up properly fields required to be accomplished. You will receive an automated reply for your scheduled appointment.

Proceed to the Consulate General (MABINI HALL C, C3 RELEASING SECTION.) and present your confirmed appointment for passport release, OLD PASSPORT AND OFFICIAL RECEIPT to claim your new e-passport.

What to do when my passport is already available and I cannot personally come to the Consulate to pick it up?

If the applicant cannot come personally to collect the passport, he/she may authorize someone to pick-up the passport. His/her authorized representative MUST present the following requirements: (1)AUTHORIZATION LETTER (if your representative if your immediate family member) OR SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY (if your representative is not an immediate family member) (sample authorization letter / SPA);(2.) Print out of confirmed appointment for passport release (3.) OLD PASSPORT OF APPLICANT; (4.) ORIGINAL RECEIPT; AND (5.) ORIGINAL AND COPY OF VALID IDENTIFICATION CARD OF AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE.

How to Take Care of Your Passport?

Travelers who have a list of places to visit and who long to travel to different countries of their preference, surely have their passports on the go. What’s more exciting for these travelers and for our workers abroad is the new design of passport that will surely inspire them to travel more. But along with this, they should also see to it that they have taken good care of their passports for a hassle-free and convenient traveling escapade.

Important Notices:

  1. The applicant MUST execute an authorization letter in favor of his/her authorized representative regardless of their degree of consanguinity and affinity. Applicant MUST therefore provide an authorization letter in favor of his/her spouse, sibling/s, parent/s (if an applicant is of legal age) if the applicant cannot personally come to the Consulate and pick-up his/her new passport.
  2. If the parent of a minor applicant (17 years old below) cannot claim the renewed passport of his/her child, he/she may authorize someone to pick up the passport provided that he/she gives (1) authorization letter to his/her representative, (2) copy of the parent’s ID or passport, (3) old passport of the child, (4) original receipt, and (4)


  1. The passport is available once displayed on this page. Applicants need not call the Consulate General to re-confirm the availability of their passports. For delayed passports (more than 6 weeks) please communicate your concern through email The Passport Section of the Consulate cannot entertain all calls due to the number of calls the Section receives daily.
  2. Pursuant to Department Order No. 37-03, all passports unclaimed by the applicants after six (6) months from the date of issuance shall be canceled.
  3. This page is immediately and regularly updated every time delivery of passports is made from DFA-Manila. Check the latest update on the website every Tuesday or Wednesday.
  4. Please wear appropriate clothes. Shorts and slippers are not allowed.
  5. Take advantage of the announcements, guides and directions in place. Know where you are going and the transactions you want to save time.

Philippine Consulate General in Dubai Office Hours

Philippine Consulate General in Dubai Office Hours

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Every time you are booking your trip, make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond your return date.

Be sure to make a record of your passport number, date, and place of issue.

Always have two photocopies of your passport that you can give one to a relative or friend from the country you’re going to work in or visit and take the other copy with you. Keep this copy separate from your original passport.

Make sure that you have a scanned copy of your passport and you have emailed it to yourself already so you can easily print it off in case of emergency.

Take Care of Your Passport While You Are Away

Always keep your passport in a watertight plastic bag to prevent water damage.

Don’t leave your passport unattended wherever you may be. Always keep it with you or store it in a place where it’s the safest and you can locate it easily.

Be cautious of anyone who requests that you surrender your passport. Make sure it is a legitimate request before handing your passport over.

Useful Information

For more inquiries, visit Philippine Consulate in Dubai at Villa No. 234-851, Beirut Street, Al Qusais 3 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates or call them at +971 4 220 7100.

For inquiries related to the following Sections, please dial local number or send an email:

Passport Processing:


Civil Registry Unit(CRU)/Report of Birth and Death:




Passport Releasing:




Visa of foreign national going to Philippines:


Legal Matters and Assistance to Nationals (ATN):


Cultural and Filcom:

Philippine Overseas Labor Office Official Website: /

For inquiries to POLO OWWA, please dial +971 506526626 or send an email to

For inquiries related to SSS Dubai, please dial + 971 56 2123426.

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