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Find out how to renew Philippine passport in Malaysia with this short and updated guide for Filipinos.
Read the main article here: How to Renew Philippine Passport Abroad: Guide for OFWs and Filipino Immigrants
Table of Contents
- Philippine passport renewal requirements in Malaysia.
- Where to renew Philippine passport in Malaysia.
- How to Renew Philippine Passport in Malaysia: 7 Steps.
- 1. Set an online appointment.
- 2. Go to the Philippine Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
- 3. Submit passport requirements.
- 4. Pay the Philippine passport fee.
- 5. Proceed to biometrics data capturing and encoding.
- 6. Check for the availability of your new passport.
- 7. Claim your passport or wait for it to be mailed to you.
- Frequently Asked Questions.
- 1. Can I do a walk-in application to renew my Philippine passport?
- 2. I can’t get an appointment for Philippine passport renewal because all slots are full. What should I do?
- 3. I need to renew my passport now, but I can’t secure an appointment. Can I still travel back to the Philippines with an expired passport?
- 4. Can I still renew my expired Philippine passport?
Philippine passport renewal requirements in Malaysia.
- Accomplished passport application form.
- Original current passport.
- Photocopy of the passport data page.
Where to renew Philippine passport in Malaysia.
1. Philippine Embassy in Malaysia.
- Address: G/F No. 1 Jalan Changkat Kia Peng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur.
- Contact information: +(603) 2148-4233 / [email protected]
- Office hours: Mondays to Fridays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
2. Consular outreach mission.
Update: As of July 2020, outreach services are temporarily suspended until further notice from the embassy/consulate.
Every month, the Embassy conducts mobile consular services, including passport renewal processing, in different areas outside Kuala Lumpur.
How to Renew Philippine Passport in Malaysia: 7 Steps.
1. Set an online appointment.
Visit the online appointment system and select “Passport Application” from the list of consular services. Choose your preferred date and time from the available slots on the calendar.
Then fill out the appointment form with the required details and click Submit. Print or take a screenshot of the appointment letter that will appear on the screen. You’ll receive the confirmation letter in your email, too.
2. Go to the Philippine Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
Come to the venue at the exact date and time of your appointment. You won’t be allowed to enter the Embassy if you arrive late.
Proceed to the Consular Section on the ground floor of the Embassy. Present your appointment letter printout and get a queue number from the automated queue system.
3. Submit passport requirements.
When your number is flashed on the screen, go to Window 1 and submit your documents.
After the staff has evaluated the requirements, wait for your number to be called again for the passport fee payment.
4. Pay the Philippine passport fee.
Go to Window 3 and pay MYR 288 for the passport renewal fee.
5. Proceed to biometrics data capturing and encoding.
Wait for your number to be called again for the next step, which is capturing and encoding your data at Door 5.
Applicants can have their passport delivered via courier. If you want your passport to be mailed to you instead of claiming it personally, bring a prepaid, self-addressed PosEkspres (XS size) envelope during your passport renewal application.
6. Check for the availability of your new passport.
Expect your passport to arrive one to two months from your application date.
While waiting for your new passport, you may check its availability on the Passport Finder section of the Embassy’s website. Just enter your service number or receipt number (found on your official receipt) and surname then click the Submit button.
7. Claim your passport or wait for it to be mailed to you.
If you didn’t arrange for passport delivery, pick up your passport at the Embassy. No need to make an appointment for that.
However, you have to follow a schedule for passport release. Go to the Embassy only on the day of the week assigned to the first letter of your surname.
- A-C: Every Wednesday
- D-H: Every Thursday
- I-M: Every Monday
- N-R: Every Tuesday
- S-Z: Every Friday
For example, if your surname is Fajardo, you can get your passport on a Thursday.
When claiming your new passport, present your old passport and official receipt.
You may ask an immediate family member to claim your new passport on your behalf.
The authorized representative must present your notarized authorization letter, old passport, and the official receipt, as well as his or her valid ID.
Frequently Asked Questions.
2. I can’t get an appointment for Philippine passport renewal because all slots are full. What should I do?
3. I need to renew my passport now, but I can’t secure an appointment. Can I still travel back to the Philippines with an expired passport?
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