11 AUGUST 2022 - The Philippine Embassy in Canberra will conduct a Mobile Consular Mission to Brisbane, Queensland on 5 to 9 September 2022 at Eatons Hill Hotel, 646 S Pine Road Eatons Hill QLD 4037. The mission will serve passport applicants and administer the oath of allegiance to petitioners for dual citizenship.
The passport appointment slots will be made available on 13 August 2022 (Saturday) at 7:00 PM through the DFA’s Global Online Appointment System (GOAS) which can be accessed by copying this link and pasting it on your browser: https://www.passport.gov.ph/appointment.
Please read and follow all instructions in accomplishing the booking form so that your appointment will not be invalidated. Please expect that most of the slots would be filled up quickly.
Payment is not required to secure an appointment and documents are no longer required to be mailed to the Embassy.
The Embassy is unable to accommodate walk-in applicants during the dates of the mobile consular mission as all appointment slots are expected to be fully-booked online and also in consideration of COVID19 safety guidelines.
The Embassy also wishes to remind the public of the following:
If your passport is not yet expired, you may contact the Philippine Embassy in Canberra to apply for a one-year passport extension at least one (1) month before the expiry date of your passport. This service can be done by mail and does not entail personal appearance at the Embassy. An extended passport can be further extended for another year at the Philippine Embassy in Canberra, with applications also accepted by mail.
For those with expired passports, year-round passport renewal services continue to be available at the Philippine Embassy in Canberra and the Philippine Consulates General in Sydney and Melbourne, except during lockdowns and declared holidays.
For Filipinos with urgent need to travel to the Philippines and have expired Philippine passports, you may apply with the Embassy for a Philippine Travel Document which is valid for 30-days for one-way travel to the Philippines. Under current IATF regulations, Filipinos who have reacquired / retained their Philippine citizenship and do not have their Philippine passport are allowed to enter the Philippines as long as they present their Oath of Allegiance and Identification Certificate along with their foreign passport.
Please visit https://philembassy.org.au/consular/dual-citizenship for the complete list of requirements. Only those with approved applications and confirmed appointments will be allowed to take the oath during the mobile mission.
Please note that the Embassy has an auto-reply for all emails received which is not a confirmation of your appointment for the oath-taking ceremony. It is your personal responsibility to make sure that your application has been received and that you have been scheduled for the oath-taking ceremony.
To book an appointment for oath taking, please send an email to email@example.com or call the Embassy at (02) 6273 2535 ext. 259. The Embassy will receive applications for dual citizenship until 26 August 2022
All dual citizenship applicants who wish to apply for Philippine passport must also secure appointment through GOAS. The mobile mission is unable to accommodate dual citizen applicants who have not secured appointments for passport
For further queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. All queries will only be responded to via this email address.
The information provided in the online appointment system and the passport application form must be true and correct. The documents that will be submitted should be authentic. Under the law, making false statements in passport application form, furnishing falsified or forged documents in support thereof are punishable by law.
This appointment and scheduling system allocates slots on a first come, first served basis. Appointment slots are not for sale and non-transferrable.
Users accept the responsibility for supplying, checking, and verifying the accuracy and correctness of the information they provide on this system in connection with their application. Incorrect or inaccurate information supplied may result in suspension or rejection of your application.
Any information submitted in the system is subject to data privacy/protection and other pertinent laws and regulations.
The email account used for the appointment must be valid, active and accessible as the appointment confirmation will be sent to that email account. Users must have a valid Gmail or Yahoo email address. Contact details to be provided, such as address and phone numbers, should be the contact details used in Australia so that these may be used in contacting the applicant should there be a need to do so in relation to his/her passport application.
Applicants who wish to change their appointments are reminded to cancel their old appointment schedule before securing a new appointment slot in order to avoid multiple bookings. Should an applicant secure multiple bookings for the same service for various dates/appointment, the earliest booking shall be cancelled and only the latest date of appointment will be retained.
Filipinos who have acquired Australian citizenship through naturalization have lost their Philippine citizenship. They are not allowed to apply for a Philippine passport until they have reacquired/retained their Philippine citizenship under the Philippine Republic Act 9225 (Citizenship Retention and Re-acquisition Act of 2003).
For Adult Applicants (18 years old and above)
For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old)
Personal appearance is required for all passport applicants. Minors must be accompanied by the mother.
Each applicant is required to bring the original version of all required documents plus one photocopy of each document. Failure to bring all required original documents and photocopies may cause delay or denial of the service. Photocopying services are not available. Bring postal money order as payment made payable to the Philippine Embassy.
Passport fee - A$108 per applicant
Lost Passport fee - A$270 per applicant