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Among the European countries, Italy attracts the most number of overseas Filipinos.
If you’re one these people who now call Italy their second home, never forget to ensure that your Philippine citizenship remains intact.
This guide about Philippine passport renewal in Italy will help you replace your expired passport, allowing you to enjoy immersing in the Italian culture and cuisine, worry-free.
Read the main article here: How to Renew Philippine Passport Abroad: Guide for OFWs and Filipino Immigrants
Table of Contents
- Where to renew Philippine passport in Italy.
- How to Renew Philippine Passport in Italy: 6 Steps.
- About the Author.
Philippine passport renewal requirements in Italy.
- Accomplished passport application form. Rome: Download here. Milan: Download here.
- Original latest passport.
- Photocopy of the passport data page.
- Original and photocopy (front and back) of valid Permesso di Soggiorno or Carta d’Identita.
Where to renew Philippine passport in Italy.
1. Philippine Embassy in Rome.
- Address: Viale delle Medaglie d’Oro 112-114 00136 Rome.
- Contact information: (06) 3974-6621 ext 208 (passport processing); 200 or 206 (releasing) / [email protected] / [email protected]
- Office hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Consular jurisdiction (in Italy):
- Aosta Valley
- Le Marche
- Concurrent jurisdiction (outside Italy):
- San Marino
2. Philippine Consulate in Milan.
- Address: Viale Stelvio 71 – Via Bernina 18, Milan, 20159.
- Contact information: (02) 6682-5232 / [email protected]
- Office hours: Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Consular jurisdiction:
- Trentino-Alto Adige
- Friuli Venezia-Giuglia
- Vale d’Aosta
3. Consular outreach mission.
How to Renew Philippine Passport in Italy: 6 Steps.
1. Go to the Philippine Embassy/Consulate or outreach venue.
An appointment is not necessary for Philippine passport renewals in the Embassy in Rome and Consulate in Milan, as they process applications on a first-come, first served basis.
Just visit the Embassy or Consulate and get a queuing number.
Renewals filed through consular missions are by appointment only. Here’s how to make an appointment for consular outreach:
- Consular outreach by the Embassy in Rome: Send the complete requirements to [email protected] or the Honorary Consulate in-charge of the consular mission.
- Consular outreach by the Consulate in Milan: Send an email to [email protected]
2. Submit the requirements.
When your number is called, submit the requirements to the processing area for evaluation.
3. Pay the Philippine passport renewal fee.
Proceed to the cashier and pay EUR 54 for the passport renewal fee. The cashier will issue an official receipt and queue number for data encoding.
4. Undergo biometrics capture, data encoding, and data verification.
Proceed to the encoding area and submit yourself for data capture.
5. Verify the availability of your Philippine passport.
On the date stamped on your official receipt, check the Embassy or Consulate website’s homepage (under “ePassport for Release”) if your passport is ready for release.
If you’re not on the list, visit the website again every week.
Contact the Embassy or Consulate if your passport is still not available 60 days after your application date.
6. Claim your new Philippine passport.
Submit your old passport and official receipt to claim your new passport at the Embassy, Consulate, or Honorary Consulate nearest the outreach site (if you applied at a consular mission).
If you can’t pick up your passport personally, an immediate family member may get it for you. Your authorized representative must present your delega or signed authorization letter, old passport, an official receipt, as well as his or her Permesso di Soggiorno.
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About the Author.
Venus Zoleta is an experienced writer and editor for nearly 15 years, covering topics on personal finance, travel, government services, and digital marketing. Her background is in journalism and public relations. 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 plans her next travel adventure.