According to the Henley Passport Index, the Philippine Passport is 78th among global passports. As of this writing, a Philippine Passport holder may visit 67 countries without a visa (38 no visa and , 29 visa on arrival). Japan has the most powerful passport — its holders can visit 193 countries without a visa. NextContinue reading “Countries That Filipinos Can Visit Visa Free In 2023”
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Paano Mag Update Ng Last Name Sa Passport Kapag Kinasal, Nabiyuda, at Nakipag Hiwalay?
Alam mo ba na hindi required ang mga Filipina na magpalit ng apelido pag sila ay kinasal na? Ibig sabihin, hindi nila kailangang palitan ang apelido nila sa kanilang mga government-issued IDs, bank accounts, insurances, at iba pang mga dokumento pagkatpos ng kasal. Ang babaguhin lang nila ay ang kanilang civil status pero puwedeng hindiContinue reading “Paano Mag Update Ng Last Name Sa Passport Kapag Kinasal, Nabiyuda, at Nakipag Hiwalay?”
Paano Mag Report Ng Birth, Marriage, At Death Na Nangyari sa Ibang Bansa
Ang mga life events ng mga Pilipino na nasa ibang bansa (gaya ng birth, marriage, at death) ay dapat ma-report sa Consulate para ma-rehistro sa Office of the Civil Registrar General sa Manila ang pangyayari. Kapag hindi nai-report ang life event, hindi ito magagawan ng record at walang PSA certificate na mai-issue para sa pangyayari.Continue reading “Paano Mag Report Ng Birth, Marriage, At Death Na Nangyari sa Ibang Bansa”
Paano Itama Ang Maling Information Na Nailagay Sa Passport Appointment?
Isa sa mga common questions na natatanggap namin sa page na ito ay kung paano aayusin o ico-correct ang mga maling information na aksidenteng nailagay ng applicant sa online passport appointment. Madalas pa, nare-realize ng applicant na mali ang nailagay na information kung kailan malapit na ang petsa ng kanyang appointment sa DFA. This week,Continue reading “Paano Itama Ang Maling Information Na Nailagay Sa Passport Appointment?”
Where To Claim Your Undelivered Passport
If you applied for your passport between July 7, 2021 to February 8, 2022 and are still waiting for your passport to be delivered, you may be one of the 2,017 applicants who need to personally pick up your passport at designated DFA claiming sites. Here’s how to find out if your passport is includedContinue reading “Where To Claim Your Undelivered Passport”
DFA’s New Rules For Filipinos Arriving From Abroad
The DFA has released a new set of rules for Filipinos who will be arriving in the Philippines. These new rules shall take effect at 12:01 AM on February 10, 2022. If you have friends and relatives who are scheduled to arrive on or after February 10, they need to be properly informed. Generally, allContinue reading “DFA’s New Rules For Filipinos Arriving From Abroad”
DFA Pandemic Advisory: Traveling In and Outside the Philippines
How has the pandemic changed the way we travel? Let me count the ways… Whether you are traveling locally (within the country) or to other countries, you are sure to experience the “new normal” processes implemented by the different local government units and countries such as: a negative antigen or RT-PCR test prior to yourContinue reading “DFA Pandemic Advisory: Traveling In and Outside the Philippines”
How To Apply For A Philippine Passport If Your Birth Certificate Was Registered Late
A child’s birth details must be submitted and duly registered at the Local Civil Registry office within 30 days from the day it was born. Anything later than that and the child’s birth certificate will be tagged as late registered. Aside from additional fees that the parents have to pay to have it registered, theContinue reading “How To Apply For A Philippine Passport If Your Birth Certificate Was Registered Late”