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In this concise guide, we’ll summarize all the essential details you need to do Philippine passport renewal in Qatar.
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Table of Contents
- Philippine passport renewal requirements in Qatar.
- Where to renew a Philippine passport in Qatar.
- How to Renew a Philippine Passport in Qatar: 6 Steps.
- About the Author.
Philippine passport renewal requirements in Qatar.
- Accomplished passport application form.
- Original and photocopy of the passport data page.
Where to renew a Philippine passport in Qatar.
Philippine Embassy in Qatar.
- Address: St. No. 860, Zone 68, Jelaiah Area, Doha.
- Contact information: +974 4493-0426 / 4498-6477 / [email protected]
- Office hours: Sundays to Thursdays, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. (no lunch breaks).
How to Renew a Philippine Passport in Qatar: 6 Steps.
1. Go to the Philippine Embassy in Doha.
An appointment isn’t necessary for Philippine passport renewal in Qatar. Simply proceed to the Passport Processing Area and write down your name in the log-in sheet.
2. Submit your documents for verification.
Wait for your name to be called. When it’s your turn, submit the passport renewal requirements. Once they’re verified, the staff will give you a slip for the passport fee payment.
3. Pay the passport renewal fee.
Proceed to the cashier and pay QAR 240 for the passport processing fee.
4. Have your picture and biometrics taken.
Go to the Passport Encoding Area for your photo and biometrics data capturing. Proceed to the Releasing Section where you’ll be informed of the schedule of your passport release.
5. Check the availability of your passport for pickup.
On average, passport renewal applications received in Doha, Qatar takes 30 to 45 days to process.
6. Claim your new Philippine passport.
Once you’ve verified that your new passport is ready for pickup, claim it personally in the Embassy. Bring your official receipt and old passport for cancellation.
If you can’t personally pick up your passport, you can ask someone to do it on your behalf. Write an authorization letter that your representative will present to the Embassy when claiming your passport.
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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.