PCG Toronto Services Offered

Issuance of Passport

For passport renewal, personal appearance is required at the Philippine Consulate General in Toronto for biometric data capture. Processing takes around eight (8) weeks. In the event of power failures brought about by weather disturbances in the Philippines, the processing may even take longer. Applicants are no longer required to bring their own photos. .

Minor applicants should be accompanied by either one of the parents. For illegitimate children, they must be accompanied by the mother.

For applicants from the province of Manitoba kindly watch out for our press releases regarding consular outreach programs to be posted on our website for information of the general public.

Pursuant to instructions from the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Philippine Consulate General in Toronto informs the public that effective 01 January 2018, the Department will implement the use of the revised passport application form. Please note of the following revised forms:

The Consulate also takes this opportunity to inform the public that effective 01 January 2018, the Consulate will issue regular/ordinary passports with a validity of ten (10) years for Filipino citizens who are eighteen (18) years old and above and regular/ordinary passports with a validity of five (5) years for those below eighteen years of age.

Please note that the Consulate will not be responsible for passports/documents that may be lost or damaged in the mail.

The Consular Officer reserves the right to require additional proof or documents from an applicant, to prove his/her citizenship or identity, and ensure accurate and complete personal data entries, pursuant to the Philippine Passport Law (R.A. 8239) and the Foreign Service Act. (R.A. 7157).


The Philippine Consulate General in Toronto informs all passport renewal applicants that short-term extension of Philippine Passport validity is no longer allowed in compliance with the existing International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards.

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(Please take note that there will be a 15-day verification period prior to the processing of application for replacement of lost valid passport. If the passport is lost in Toronto, applicant must first report and coordinate with the Canadian Police for the said office to email the police report/blotter to the Consulate. Upon confirmation that the aforesaid document has been emailed or faxed to the Consulate, the applicant then personally appears to the submission of an Affidavit of Loss and for the commencement of the 15-day verification period. Applicant will be required to come back to the Consulate for passport processing (re-apply as new applicant), biometric and photo capture after the 15-day verification period.)


      1. Duly accomplished passport application form
      2. Original and photocopy of one of the following: Applicant’s valid Permanent Resident Card/Work Permit, Dual Citizenship Certificate (Order of Approval/Identification Certificate/Oath of Allegiance), valid Confirmation of Permanent Residency (for newly landed immigrant), or valid Tourist Visa to Canada, whichever is applicable.
      **Holder of any of the following (1) passport issued on or before 01 May 1995; (2) Machine Readable Ready Passport (MRRP/Green); (3) Machine Readable Passport (MRP/series that starts with XX); (4) passport with incomplete Place of Birth (province only ‐ e.g. PAMPANGA or METRO MANILA)
  1. PSA/NSO Original Birth Certificate in Security Paper.
  2. Police Report (if lost passport is still valid) from your locality. Those within Toronto Police Service, proceed to 40 College Street, Toronto, M5G 2J3
  3. Affidavit of Loss (may be accomplished at Philippine Consulate General for separate fee of CAN$36.25)
  4. Original PSA/NSO issued birth certificate.
  5. Original PSA/NSO issued marriage certificate (for married applicants)
  6. Photocopy of latest/lost passport, if available
  7. Additional Requirements (if applicable)
    1. At least one (1) valid identification document, and
    2. Other supporting document as may be necessary (i.e. PSA (Philippine Statistics Authority)/NSO(National Statistics Office) Marriage Certificate, if married and using married surname, etc.)
    3. If married in the Philippines – Original NSO Marriage Certificate
    4. If married outside of the Philippines ‐ Original copy of the Report of Marriage duly authenticated by the PSA/NSO
    5. Death certificate from PSA/NSO of the deceased husband or Court Order for presumptive death;
    6. Duly authenticated copy of annulment/divorce decree/order (Divorce should be duly recognized by a Philippine Court) and NSOissued Marriage Certificate with the annotation on the annulment/divorce;
    7. Affidavit that applicant has opted to use maiden surname.

Fee: CAN$217.50 for lost e-passport / CAN$130.50 for lost MRP or green/brown passport; CAN$36.25 for the Affidavit of Loss

Please view the downloadable forms below.