How to Renew Philippine Passport in Hong Kong: An Ultimate Guide

Last Updated on 09/26/2020 by FilipiKnowOpens in a new tab.

Whether you’re an OFW or an immigrant, this guide about Philippine passport renewal in Hong Kong will ensure you’ll continue living in this country with a valid proof of your citizenship.

Read the main article here: How to Renew Philippine Passport Abroad: Guide for OFWs and Filipino ImmigrantsOpens in a new tab.


Philippine passport renewal requirements in Hong Kong.

  • Accomplished ePassport application form.
  • Original current passport.
  • Photocopy of the passport data page

  • Original and photocopy of the Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card.

  • Printed ePassport appointment slip


Where to renew a Philippine passport in Hong Kong.

Philippine Consulate in Hong Kong.

  • Address: 14/F United Centre, 95 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong (nearest MTR station: Admiralty Exit C).
  • Contact information: 2823-8535 / 2823-8514 / [email protected] /  [email protected]
  • Office hours: Sundays to Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

How to Renew a Philippine Passport in Hong Kong: 3 Steps.

The Consulate encourages Filipino residents in Hong Kong to renew their passport at least eight months before travel date or at least five months before their Hong Kong work visa expires.

1. Get an online appointment.

All applicants are required to schedule an appointment through the Online Passport Appointment SystemOpens in a new tab.. Check your email for the confirmation notice from the Consulate and then print it out.

Exempted from this rule are people who are allowed to walk-in and use the courtesy lane:

  • Senior citizensOpens in a new tab. with proof of age and one companion
  • PWDs with proof of disability and one companion
  • Pregnant women (with medical certificate if pregnancy is not visible)
  • Children 7 years old and below with their parents and minor siblings
  • Single parents with valid solo parent ID and their minor children
  • OFWs with valid proof of status (e.g., work visa, employment contract, etc.)

2. Proceed to the Philippine Consulate in Hong Kong on your appointment schedule.

Bring the printed copy of your appointment slip and other requirements to the Consulate. Your documents will be checked and evaluated, and your photo and biometrics data will be captured.

Prepare HKD 480 for the passport renewal fee payment.

3. Claim your new Philippine passport.

Expect your new passport to be released at least six weeks after your passport renewal application.

When it’s ready for pickup, go to the Consulate and bring your old passport for cancellation.

Alternatively, an immediate family member can pick up your passport by presenting your authorization letterOpens in a new tab..


Frequently Asked Questions.

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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?Opens in a new tab.

4. Can I still renew my expired Philippine passport?Opens in a new tab.

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Venus Zoleta

Venus Zoleta is an experienced writer and editor for over 10 years, covering topics on personal finance, travel, government services, and digital marketing. Her background is in journalism and corporate communications. In her early 20s, she started investing and purchased a home. Now, she advocates financial literacy for Filipinos and shares her knowledge online. When she's not working, Venus bonds with her pet cats and binges on Korean dramas and Pinoy rom-coms.

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