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Affidavit of Loss Passport

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Affidavit of Loss Passport

Post by lanex1411 on Wed Dec 09, 2009 1:35 pm

Magandang araw mga kabayan, tanong ko lang kung sa Philippine Embassy meron makukuhanan ng Affidavit of Loss of passport? Ksi na check ko sa site ng Embassy ung naka attach na form eh iba.

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Re: Affidavit of Loss Passport

Post by jrtorres on Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:39 pm

• HOME › CONSULAR SERVICES

Following are the basic services issued by the Consular Section along with the requirements. Passports will be released one (1) month from the date of application. Other documents are generally released after three (3) working days.

Passport & Travel Documents
Requirements for Renewal
Requirements for Lost Passport Applications
Requirements for Passport Amendments
Requirements for New Applications
Requirements for Travel Documents
Requirements for Reports of BirthVisas Marriage Authentication and Notary of DocumentsRequirements for Renunciation of Philippine CitizenshipSpecial Power of AttorneyRequirements for NBI ClearanceRequirements for Embasssy IDOther Downloadable FormsRequirements for pets entering the Philippines

Passport & Travel Documents

The applicant is required to personally file the application. Authorization letters may be issued in case the applicant cannot personally claim the processed documents.

Requirements for Renewal
Duly accomplished passport application form (download form)
Xerox copy of previous passport (for brown passports:first and second pages and date of last entry to Korea; for green passports: first and last pages and date of last entry to Korea)
For brown passports, any document with full middle name, e.g. Authenticated Birth Certificate, Voters Affidavit, or Baptismal Certificate
3 pictures (Photos should have a background color of royal blue. Size is 4.5 x 3.5 cm.)
Note:
Filipinos who wish to renew their passports are advised to do so at least six months before the date of expiration. Old passports need to be presented at the time of application.
Requirements for Lost Passport Applications
Duly accomplished passport application form (download form)
Duly accomplished Affidavit of Lost or Mutilated Passport (download form)
3 pictures (Photos should have a background color of royal blue. Size is 4.5 x 3.5 cm.)
Photocopy of old passport, if available. Otherwise, birth certificate issued by the NSO or the local civil registrar
Note:
For lost passports, an additional clearing period of one (1) month is required.
Requirements for Passport Amendments
Duly accomplished passport application form (download form)
Photocopy of marriage certificate
Original passport
Requirements for New Applications (i.e.,Filipino babies born in Korea)
Duly accomplished passport application form (download form)
3 pictures (Photos should have a background color of royal blue. Size is 4.5 x 3.5 cm.)
Report of Birth (please see Item Number 2 below for details)
Requirements for Travel Documents
Duly accomplished Travel Document application form (download form)
Duly accomplished Affidavit of Lost / Mutilated Passport (download form)
Any document identifying the applicant: birth certificate, driver¡¯s license, school ID or, in the absence of the preceding documents, any of the following: entry record from Immigration Office, Xerox copy of passport or Alien Registration Certificate
Three (3) colored or black & white 2" x 2" pictures
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Requirements for Reports of Birth

Birth certificate of the child with seal of the hospital or doctor with the corresponding English translation
Valid Philippine passport or Travel Document of parents.
Authenticated Marriage Contract of parents (if applicable)
Any additional document of identification of the parents: birth certificate, voter¡¯s affidavit, NBI, Driver¡¯s License, etc.
Affidavit of Acknowledgement of Paternity for child born out of wedlock.
Pictures (size: 1.77" x 1.37" ? colored with plain, light background)
For a child who will be returning to the Philippines unaccompanied by any of his/her parents: duly accomplished Affidavit of Parental Consent (download form) and photocopy of the passport of the traveling companion.
Note:
Submit four (4) copies each of Items 2.a to 2.f. Do not photocopy. The baby does not have to appear at the Embassy as long as his/her footprints are already in the form. If the parents have already renounced their Filipino citizenship at the time of report, the parents must also submit their Birth Certificates and Certificate of Renunciation.
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Visas

South Korean passport holders do not need a visa if their intended stay in the Philippines for business or tourism purpose will not exceed 21 days. However, they should have a passport valid for at least six months beyond their intended stay in the Philippines and a plane or ship ticket valid for onward or return journey to their country of origin or next country of destination.

Nationals from 146 countries are allowed to enter the Philippines without a visa for a period of stay of twenty-one (21) days or less. Check list at http://www.dfa.gov.ph/consular/visa.htm

Foreigners whose intended stay in the Philippines will exceed 21 days have to apply for visa before traveling to the Philippines. A visitor with a visa is given a 59-day stay in the Philippines. Should a visitor wish to remain longer than his authorized initial stay of 59 days, he may request extension of stay from the Bureau of Immigration Office (http://www.dfa.gov.ph/consular/visa.htm) and pay the necessary extension fees.

Following are the minimum requirements for application of a tourist visa:
Passport/Travel Document valid for at least six (6) months beyond the intended period of stay in the Philippines.
Duly accomplished Application Form for Non-immigrant Visas (download form)
Duly accomplished Letter of Guarantee (download form)
One (1) picture (size: 1.77" x 1.37" - colored with plain, light background)
Copy of confirmed tickets for return or onward journey to the next port of destination.
For other types of visas such as seaman¡¯s visa, official visa and student visas for college students, please contact (+82) (2) 796-7387, ext. 103.

The granting of Philippine visa is only a form of pre-entry clearance. Philippine visa holders are still subject to normal immigration control at the port of entry. Philippine Immigration officers have the authority to grant or deny admission.

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Marriage

Following are the requirements for Filipino citizens who intend to get married while residing in Korea:
Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage (download form)
Duly accomplished Application to Contract Marriage (download form)
Certificate from the National Statistics Office that the applicant has no record of marriage.
Birth Certificate authenticated by the National Statistics Office.
Valid Philippine passport or Travel Document.
For applicants 18-20 years old, notarized affidavit from parents granting Parental Consent for Marriage.
For applicants 2l-25 years old, notarized affidavit from parents giving Parental Advise for Marriage.
Notarized affidavit of singleness executed by both parents.
If both the bride and the groom are Filipino citizens, their marriage can be officiated at the Philippine Embassy by a consular officer.

If either the bride or the groom is NOT a Filipino citizen, then the marriage may be officiated at a local Korean city hall; however, the Filipino citizen must first get a "Certification of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage" download form from the Embassy.

Abroad, a "wedding" conducted in the church is only a "blessing" and is not registered in the Philippines; only marriages officiated at the Embassy and at a local Korean city hall are recognized as legal and binding.

Additional documents related to marriages include the Affidavit of Eligibility for Marriage and the Report of Marriage. These will be available at the Embassy.

Filipino citizens are reminded to report their marriages officiated abroad to the Philippine Embassy.

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Authentication and Notary of Documents

Notary services are available for Filipino nationals only. A photocopy of the first and last pages of the passport is required alongside the document to be notarized. Take note that only affidavits can be notarized. For details, please call (+82) (2) 796-7387, ext. 106 or 108.

For documents in Korea that need to be authenticated, a translated copy in English notarized by a Korean lawyer is necessary. The lawyer¡¯s note, which attests to the contents of the document, is what the Embassy will authenticate. For details, please call (+82) (2) 796-7387, ext. 106 or 108.

Notice on "Seen and Noted" Stamp on Documents for Use in the Philippines.

Please observe the proper procedure below for the documents issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MOFAT) and other authorized Korean Officials and Notary Publics.

Valid Philippine passport or Travel Document.
The Regulations of the Department of Foreign Affairs (Sec. 632, Department Order No. 19A-95) require that the officer of the foreign country perform a notarial act or other official act on a document to be used in the Philippines.
The Consular Officer of the Philippine Embassy in Seoul should verify the official character of the executing officer by issuing a Certificate of Authentication. This service will give legal force and effect to the document in the Philippines.
A document bearing "SEEN AND NOTED" stamp from the Philippine Embassy has no legal effect in the Philippines. It is not considered notarized or authenticated. It has no legal significance except as to the identity of the official affixing his signature. Such a document will not be honored in the Philippines.
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Requirements for Renunciation of Philippine Citizenship

Valid passport.
Approval letter from the Korean Immigration Office.
Family census registry (Hojugdungbon).
Marriage Certificate.
Birth certificate.
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Special Power of Attorney

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Requirements for NBI Clearance

One (1) photo (size: 1.77" x 1.37" ) colored with plain, light background).
Note:
Submit four (4) copies each of Items 2.a to 2.f. Do not photocopy. The baby does not have to appear at the Embassy as long as his/her footprints are already in the form. If the parents have already renounced their Filipino citizenship at the time of report, the parents must also submit their Birth Certificates and Certificate of Renunciation.
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Requirements for Embasssy ID

Valid Philippine passport.
Xerox Copy of Philippine passport (first and last pages and page with latest visa entry stamp).
Two (2) pieces 1" x 1" pictures.
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Other Downloadable Forms

Identification Reference (download form) - for applications for student visa, retirement programs.
Assistance to Nationals cases (download form)
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Requirements for pets entering the Philippines

Obtain an Import Permit from the Director of the Bureau of Animal Industry located at:


THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
Animal Health Division
Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Tel: (632) 925-4343/920-0816
Fax: (632) 920-0815

Obtain a Health Certificate, issued by a duly licensed veterinarian in Korea 30 days before the date of arrival. The Health Certificate should certify that the animal is free from, and has not been recently exposed to any dangerous or communicable disease, and that it has been given anti-rabies and other required inoculations
Obtain a Certification of Authenticity from the Philippine Embassy, Consular Section. The Health Certificate must be presented to and certified by a Philippine Consular Officer before the pet is shipped.
The fee is Korean Won 40,000.00
The Health Certificate must be brought personally by the requesting party or his representative.
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Requirements In Reporting Divorces Obtained In Korea and Initiated /Obtained By The Foreign Spouse


Procedure
Have the Divorce Decree authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MOFAT), Korea.
Bring the MOFAT authenticated Divorce Decree and a copy to the Philippine Embassy for final authentication.
Bring copy of Marriage Contract
Accomplish the "Report of Divorce" form of the Embassy
Copy of passport (Passport (Picture Page)(If amended passport, plus copy of page with amendment) (3 photocopies)
Birth Certificate issued on security paper by the NSO (Original & 1 photocopy)
Costs :
Notarial Fee
Authentication of MOFAT Document
Form for Application of Registration and Notification of Divorce (download form)
The Embassy will forward the Report of Divorce to the National Statistics Office (NSO) in the Philippines. You may retrieve your NSO-certified Marriage Contract with annotation of the divorce from the Philippines three months after reporting the divorce at the Embassy. Please always keep a personal copy of the Report of Divorce.
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Requirements for Certification of Philippine Driver's License

Original and photocopy of LTO Certification certifying the validity of a Philippine Driver¡¯s License, authenticated by Authentication Division, DFA Manila
Photocopy of applicant¡¯s Philippine Driver's License
Original and Photocopy of the following pages of applicant¡¯s Passport:
First page (Data page)
Visa page - 2 copies
Last Page - 2 copies
Payment of Certification Fee
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Re: Affidavit of Loss Passport

Post by jrtorres on Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:40 pm

kabayang lanex andyan ang sa loss passport..pakitsek na lang yung sayo...tnx

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