Here's a Step-by-Step Guide to Using the New Passport ePayment System
This definitely makes applying for a passport way more convenient!
(SPOT.ph) Due to popular demand, the Department of Foreign Affairs in June opened 100,000 passport appointment slots online in an effort to accommodate Filipinos and their passport needs. Now, the government agency takes it one step further with their new passport ePayment scheme, which allows passport applicants to schedule their appointment online and pay for their processing fee in authorized payment centers around the Metro. The new service is currently only available in the National Capital Region, but will be available nationwide by the first week of August. Check out this step-by-step guide on how you can use this new convenient application system.
The first step is to schedule your passport appointment online. After choosing your preferred Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) consular office and confirming your appointment schedule, you will receive an e-mail containing your reference number.