​​​​​​​​​​The Philippine Consulate General is located at the World Trade Center Office Complex, 999 Canada Place, Suite 660 Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3E1

The Consulate is open from:

  • 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday)
  • 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (every last Friday of each month)​

except on Philippine & Canadian holidays.

The Consulate is closed on:​​

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​​​​Notice to Passport Applicants

Personal appearance is required for all passport applicants.

Applicants are encouraged to book an appointment online for their convenience.

ADULT APPLICANT (18 years old and above) 



  • Personal Appearance

  • Accomplished Application Form

  • Original copy of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate on Security Paper

  • Married Females (who are using their spouse's last name) must also submit Original copy of PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract on Security Paper or Report of Marriage

  • Original and photocopy of one of the following: Applicant’s valid Permanent Resident Card/Work Permit / Student Visa, Dual Citizenship Certificate (Order of Approval/Identification Certificate), Record of Landing (if within 1 year from date of arrival),  or latest Tourist Visa to Canada, whichever is applicable.  Status Verification from IRCC (formerly CIC) is required if Permanent Resident Card has been expired for more than two years.


In addition to the core requirements, the following supporting documents could be further required in the following cases:

In case of Late Registered Birth Certificate:

  • If Birth Certificate was registered at least ten (10) years ago, application will be treated as a regular application, and no additional supporting documents will be required

  • If Birth Certificate was registered less than ten (10) years ago, applicant must submit IDs that pre-date the late registration

  • If applicant has no ID's that pre-date the late registered Birth certificate, applicant must produce current IDs and National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance

In case applicant has NO Birth Certificate or Report of Birth:

  • If applicant is born AFTER 1950 - applicant must first file for late registration with Local Civil Registrar or Consular Office with jurisdiction over the place where applicant was born. Applicant will then submit the original copy of the PSA authenticated late registered Birth Certificate with the requisite supporting documents and IDs that pre-date the late registration.
  • If applicant is born ON OR BEFORE 1950 - applicant must submit original copies of PSA Authenticated Certificate of No Birth Record and Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons attesting to the identity of the applicant.

If an Applicant's marriage has been dissolved and Applicant would like to revert to her maiden surname:

  • Applicant must submit original copy of the annotated PSA Marriage Certificate (MC) or Report of Marriage (ROM) stating that the marriage has been dissolved; OR
  • Alternatively, if annotated MC or ROM from PSA is not yet available, applicant must submit a Certified True Copy of the Court Order dissolving the marriage and a certificate of Finality from the court.

If applicant has lacking data in Birth Certificate or Report of Birth:

  • Applicant must submit proof of filing of supplemental report or correction from the Local Civil Registrar (LCR)

If applicant has discrepancy in data in Birth Certificate / Report of Birth and other documents:

  • If the discrepant data is in the BC, the applicant must submit annotated birth certificate authenticated by PSA reflecting the corrected entry. If the discrepant data is in the other documents, the BC will be followed.
  • Discrepancy in first name - Applicant must submit a copy of the petition and supporting documents for correction of first name filed with LCR or consulate
  • Discrepancy in other data - Applicant must submit annotated birth certificate authenticated by PSA reflecting the corrected entry

If applicant is a Dual Citizen:

  • Original PSA authenticated Birth Certificate/Report of Birth and Original Identification Certificate issued by the Philippine Foreign Service Post (FSP) or the Bureau of Immigration (BI) and a photocopy
  • Government issued IDs (Philippine or from country of second citizenship)

If applicant is a Naturalized Filipino Citizen:

  • Identification Certificate of Naturalization from BI

If applicant obtained Filipino citizenship by Election:

  • Notarized Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship
  • Identification Certificate of Election from BI

If applicant has been granted citizenship by Act of Legislation:

  • Certified true copy of the law granting citizenship
  • Foreign Birth Certificate authenticated by Philippine FSP


New passport will be available approximately 8 weeks* after date of application.

A self-addressed prepaid return envelope (with tracking number) PER APPLICANT must be provided upon submission of passport application. Applicant may secure said prepaid envelope from Canada Post (Xpresspost envelope) or from a courier service of their choice.

The Consulate, however, does NOT assume responsibility for passports/documents that may be lost in the mail.

*Barring any circumstance beyond the Consulate’s control, passport applications will be processed and released by above-stated period.

MODE OF PAYMENT – Passport Fee: CAD 81.00

Applicants who apply for passport processing at the Philippine Consulate General’s office in Vancouver may pay in: (1) Cash, or (2) Bank draft or postal money order payable to the Philippine Consulate General.  Please note that debit or credit card transactions are not available.

Applicants in an Outreach Program must pay by MONEY ORDER or BANK DRAFT ONLY, payable to the Philippine Consulate General.  One (1) money order or bank draft may be accepted for applications of a group of applicants, e.g. a family of 4 applicants may pay with a bank draft or money order of CAD 324.