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How to apply for passport for infants born in the UAE for Filipinos

How to apply for passport for infants born in the UAE for Filipinos

When applying for passport for the infant, please bring the child to the Embassy.

Required documents:
1. Duly accomplished ePassport application form by either parent
2. One (1) photocopy of the Marriage Contract of the parents. Note: Please bring and show the original Marriage Contract, duly stamped by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs (if married in the UAE) or duly authenticated by the DFA-Manila (if married in the Philippines)
3. One (1) photocopy of the Birth Certificate issued by the UAE Ministry of Health, duly stamped by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs
4. One (1) photocopy of the Report of Birth issued by the Embassy; This should be accomplished at the Embassy by the parent/s prior to applying for the child’s ePassport.
5. One (1) photocopy of the Passport of the parent/s
6. Passport fee of Dhs 240

Steps in Applying for New Passport for Infants:
1. Proceed to the Embassy to schedule an appointment. Return on your chosen appointment date.
2. Get a number from queuing officer at the entrance of the Consular Section.
3. Wait for your number to be called.
4. Proceed to processing or encoding section and picture-taking.
5. Check the accuracy or correctness of the printout of your passport enrollment application certificate. This will be how your data will appear on your passport. SIGN THE SHEET TO SIGNIFY THAT YOU HAVE CHECKED THE DATA AND ALL ARE CORRECT.
6. Pay the passport fee at the cashier and leave the passport enrollment application certificate with the cashier before leaving the Embassy ON THE SAME DAY. Otherwise, your passport will not be processed. You will also be given a claim stub for when you pick up your passport.

Wait for 30-60 days to claim your passport. DO NOT FORGET TO BRING YOUR OLD PASSPORT FOR CANCELLATION AND YOUR CLAIM STUB. Passports can only be released to the applicant, unless the applicant is a minor, in which case the passport can be released to either parent upon presentation of identification.

Passport availability may be checked at www.philembassy.ae and click “Passports Ready for Release or Pickup.” Alternatively, you may email them at auhpe@philembassy.ae.

Note: Unclaimed passports beyond six (6) months will be sent back to the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila for proper disposal.

If you want more information on passports, please visit the official Philippine Consulate in Dubai website here.

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