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Can I Renew My Philippine Passport in the Nearest Consulate but Has No Jurisdiction Over the State Where I Live?

Strictly speaking, you can apply for passport renewal only at the Embassy or Consulate with jurisdiction or authority over the state where you live.

However, special consideration may be given in certain circumstances, such as when the Consulate is temporarily closed or if it’s located too far from your home. In situations like these, you may be allowed to renew your passport at another Philippine Consulate in the US.

Call the Embassy or Consulate where you want to renew your passport to check if it will accept your application.

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