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Friday, June 17, 2022

Passport Information for New Application

For those who needs ASSISTANCE to be booked to the DFA Online Appointment, please provide the following and send to bbosstravel@gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/bbosstravel/

 
Mobile number:
Last name:
Firs name:
Middle name:
Date of birth:
Civil status:
Place of birth:
Complete address:
Occupation:

Father's information:
Last name:
Firs name:
Middlename:

Mother's maiden name:
Last name:
Firs name:
Middle name:

Spouse information:
Last name:
First name:
Middle name:

Emergency contact person:
Contact number:

To inquire further, please send a text message to 0916 659 9450 via viber or whats app or directly. 

Thank you very much. 

Philippine Passport Schedule of Fees

 



Convenience Fees: P50
Courier Fees - depends on location

Booking Assistance (our agency) 

Thursday, May 26, 2022

Information needed for Passport renewal Adult

For those who needs ASSISTANCE to be booked to the DFA Online Appointment, please provide me the following should you want to avail of my booking assistance.
 
Mobile number:
Last name:
Firs name:
Middle name:
Date of birth:
Civil status:
Place of birth:
Complete address:
Occupation:

Father's information:
Last name:
Firs name:
Middlename:

Mother's maiden name:
Last name:
Firs name:
Middle name:

Spouse information:
Last name:
First name:
Middle name:

Emergency contact person:
Contact number:

Passport Numbers
Date of Expiration
Area where it was availed

Sunday, April 24, 2022

Travel 2022

Travel 2022


                Travel has been restricted, limited, and guidelines has been changing every 15 days. Because of this, business has slumped down. And the very first to be badly affected are from the tourism sector. 

                This year, on Holy Thursday, travel restrictions were lifted up. The police at the triage do not even check on the travel pass anymore. Hotels and coffee shops, restaurants finally have customers. 

               Perhaps --- this lifting up of travel restrictions will continue, perhaps it will stop again right after the Philippine elections. 

              However, due to the need to transport and transfer goods and people, the travel business has to go on. 

              Having said all these, BbossVoyage Travel and Tours will keep serving those who are in need of assistance. 


Friday, November 26, 2021

WAllet Sized Vaccination Cards

 We print out your VACCINE CARDS into wallet , ATM sized cards, for easy transportation. 


Please send your FULL NAME, birhtday or mobile number u used to register to 0916 659 9450 and send payment to GcAsH 0916 659 9450 for it to be processed. 


Delivery charges apply for those who would like to have it delivered. 


Pick up at Dropping Area is P10 each. 




Monday, November 22, 2021

PSA Time Slots

 

Philippine Statistics Office (PSA) certified documents are basically the requirements for passport processing, school records and others.

And today is not the same as the past days I been coming. Today and I did not ask when it started, they do not let you in and line up in a cue. Instead, you are given a number for a slot.




Example I got mine number 322 and this number is designated to go at 2:31 PM.

Once you reach PSA and they ran out of numbers for time slots, you will have to get back the next day, which was what happened to me. I went to PSA at about 1pm and they ran out of time slots to give out.


*No more pila sa PSA Baguio, by time slot na*

Monday, November 15, 2021

1. What is an Apostille and when do I need one?

An Apostille is a certificate that authenticates the origin of a public document. It is issued by a country that is party to the Apostille Convention to be used in another country which is also a party to the Convention.

On 14 May 2019, the Philippines will officially become a party to the Apostille Convention. Authentication is still required for all Philippine documents to be used abroad, but this time with an Apostille instead of an Authentication Certificate ("red ribbon") as proof of authentication.
After authentication (Apostillization) by the Department of Foreign Affairs - Office of Consular Affairs (DFA-OCA), as Competent Authority, there is no more need for authentication (legalization) by the Foreign Embassies or Consulates except for countries that have not acceded to the Convention and countries that objected to the Philippine accession.
Source: DFA website.



Friday, November 5, 2021

Ms. Artist Passport released

Last November 5, 2021, Ms. S (privacy respected) personally received her 15 year old daughters*s passport. Photo is at the Food Court of the mall.

Her daughter is an avid and talented artist and I watched her drawing with awe while waiting for her cue during her personal appearance at the DFA.
Most kids surf thru the net using their gadgets, her daughter draw. And she loves to draw anime characters. I will ask if she could share one with us one of her works.











We had to resolve the prerequisites by the mother, in the meantime assisting her teen age girl.

So the processing to DFA was hitting 2 birds with one stone.

Here, while mother submits her finally released PSA birth certificate , which was NSO certified but was not uploaded into the PSA system, upon which we had to work on for the local civil registrar where she was born will send it to PSA Baguio for uploading, she also received the copy of her kids passport at the age of 15.

Take note that minors* passports are good only for five (5) years because they change and outgrow what they used to look like.


Saturday, October 16, 2021

PSA Birth Certificate

 

Birth Certificate

Walk-in Application

Application made in person by the owner or by his/her representatives will be received at different Census Serbilis Centers.

Through the Web

Visit the e-Census website at https://www.psaserbilis.com.ph/Default.aspx

Visit the PSAHelpline website at https://psahelpline.ph/

Note: If the request is done through conventional postal service system or through e-mail, the certification shall be sent to the requesting party through conventional postal service system.

Information to be provided for the issuance of Birth Certificate:

  1.     Complete name of the child (first, middle, last)
  2.     Complete name of the father
  3.     Complete maiden name of the mother
  4.     Date of birth (month, day, year)
  5.     Place of birth (city/municipality, province)
  6.     Whether or not registered late. (If registered late, please state the year when it was registered.
  7.     Complete name and address of the requesting party
  8.     Relationship to the child
  9.     Number of copies needed
  10.     Purpose of the certification

NOTE: ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATION OF BIRTH IS SUBJECT TO THE CONFIDENTIALITY CLAUSE OF ARTICLE 7 OF THE CHILD AND YOUTH WELFARE CODE WHICH PROVIDES:

Art. 7. Nondisclosure of birth records. The records of a person's birth shall be kept strictly confidential and no information relating thereto shall be issued except on the request of any of the following:
 

  1. The person himself, or any person authorized by him;
  2. His spouse, his parent or parents, his direct descendants, or the guardian or institution legally incharge of him, if he is a minor;
  3. The court or proper public official whenever absolutely necessary in administrative, judicial or other official proceedings to determine the identity of the child's parents or other circumstances surrounding his birth; and
  4. In case of the person's death, the nearest of kin.

Any person violating the prohibition shall suffer the penalty of imprisonment of at least two months or a fine in an amount not exceeding five hundred pesos, or both, in the discretion of the court.

Requirements for Courtesy Lane Eligibility

 The following may avail of the Courtesy Lane Facility:

  1. Senior citizens
    • A senior citizen applicant may be accompanied by one (1) adult. The adult companion may also avail of Courtesy Lane privileges, provided they are the senior citizen applicant’s immediate family member or traveling companion.
    • An immediate family member (i.e., spouse, adult children, or adult sibling only) must present proof of relationship to the senior citizen applicant (e.g., birth certificate).
    • A traveling companion must present proof of travel with the senior citizen (e.g., confirmed flight or hotel booking) and must also state the reason or justification for travelling (e.g., the travelling companion is a medical escort or nurse).
  2. Persons with disability (PWDs)
    • A PWD applicant must present a valid PWD Identification Card.
    • A PWD applicant may be accompanied by one (1) adult. The adult companion may also avail of Courtesy Lane privileges, provided they are the PWD applicant’s immediate family member or traveling companion.
    • An immediate family member (i.e., parent, spouse, adult children, or adult sibling only) must present proof of relationship to the PWD applicant (e.g., birth certificate).
    • A traveling companion must present proof of travel with the PWD applicant (e.g., confirmed flight or hotel booking) and must also state the reason or justification for travelling (e.g., the travelling companion is a medical escort or nurse).
  3. Pregnant women
    • A pregnant applicant must present medical certificate/records as proof of pregnancy.
  4. Minors aged seven (7) years and below
    • A minor applicant must be accompanied by his or her parents, legal guardian, or their authorized representative. The adult companion may also be an applicant.
  5. Solo Parents
    • A solo parent applicant must present a valid Solo Parent Identification Card.
  6. Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs)
    • An OFW applicant must present proof of their OFW status, such as:
      • Valid OWWA E-card;
      • Valid employment contract;
      • Valid work visa;
      • Seafarer’s Identification and Record Book (SIRB) stamped at an international border not more than three hundred sixty-four (364) days from the date of application;
      • Expired or cancelled working visa or employment contract, and a Philippine passport with an immigration arrival stamp of not more than three hundred sixty-four (364) days from the date of application.
  7. Exceptional and emergency cases
    • In exceptional and emergency cases, Courtesy Lane privileges may be extended to applicants upon due approval of his or her written request by any of the following Department officials:
      • The Secretary of Foreign Affairs;
      • The Undersecretary for Civilian Security and Consular Concerns; or
      • The Assistant Secretary for Consular Affairs.

NOTE

  • Senior citizens and PWD applicants may choose either regular or expedited processing of their passport application during regular hours from Monday to Friday
  • All other applicants including companions must pay for expedited processing.
  • All applications outside regular hours must pay for expedited processing.
  • Consular Offices are authorized to set their own daily maximum number of applicants based on operating capacity of the CO and the safety and convenience of the public.
  • Access to the Courtesy Lane may be restricted in emergency or extraordinary circumstances such as in the present Covid-19 public health emergency.
Source: https://consular.dfa.gov.ph/services/passport/passport-cl