Check Status of Philippine Passport PCG Dubai, UAE

How to Check the Status of Your Philippine Passport Application

After applying for Passport Renewal at Philippine Consulate General Dubai, Al Qusais, applicant have to wait for his passport renewal process completion. Don’t need to visit PCG again and again tp check status of your passport application as well as don’t call PCG as this is a long process, so just wait but it is possible to check passport status online on PCG official Website.

With this online integrated system filipinos will be able to inquiry about their passport renewal without going to PCG dubai. This procedure can make less hesitation and applicant don’t need to call Consulate for his passport status inquiry.

How to Check the Status of Your Philippine Passport Application

How to Check Status of Philippine Passport Application:

Lets see how this mechanism works, when you open the link below you i’ll redirected to another page of PCG where you see a calendar in bottom of page which lists all previous passport which were available for release second you see current passports available for release that is in the year of 2016 which shows two links first those lists which were applied at Philippine consulate Dubai and Second in Embassy of Philippine Abu Dhabi. This page is always updated regularly whenever new passports are ready to release.

Once applicant sees his name in this list of Passport Release visit Philippine Consulate Dubai with receipt of Passport Renewal which you get while applying for Philippine Passport Renewal.

Facebook Page of PCG, Dubai

Important Points:

>Applicant don’t need to confirm his name in lisg once he/she see his name in list publish on website
>Those who unable to collect passport himself can authorize someone else but person must take AUTHORIZATION LETTER, OLD PASSPORT, ORIGINAL RECEIPT, CLAIM STUB, AND VALID IDENTIFICATION CARD OF AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE with himself.
>Those applicant unable to collect his passport after six months their passport will be cancelled.
>Anyone can check previous releases of passport from the calendar at bottom of the page.