The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has partnered with the local government of Pasay City to implement the “Passport on Wheels,” which officially commenced on Monday (April 11) at the Cuneta Astrodome. 

According to Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano, the mobile passport application/renewal initiative will be available for all residents of the city from 8 AM to 3 PM. However, he noted that the DFA will not accept lost passports, tampered with, or those that need changes in address or name.

Rubiano said walk-in applicants will be accepted starting at 1:30 PM. A total of 100 applicants will be accommodated for walk-in appointments, the DFA said. 

The mayor reminded applicants to complete the requirements before their scheduled appointment. The complete list of requirements is available at

She also asks applicants not to wear any type of jewelry or contact lenses during the photo capturing process. 

Lastly, Rubiano requested applicants to follow health protocols such as temperature checks, physical distancing measures, and the wearing of face masks at all times inside the venue.

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