The Pasay City government, in coordination with the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), rolled out its Passport on Wheels beginning Saturday (Dec. 4) until Dec. 8.
Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano said the project is open to all Pasay City residents who wish to apply for or renew their passport.
Rubiano said the Passport on Wheels project is also part of the services of the city government given to residents in celebration of the city’s 158th founding anniversary on Dec. 2.
She reminded residents who want to apply or renew their passport to register at https://tinyurl.com/PasayPassport on Wheels.
The mayor said the city government and the DFA are only offering limited slots for those who want to apply and renew their passports
Rubiano said residents who were able to get their schedule must bring the complete requirements which can be checked at www.consular.dfa.gov.ph.
She reminded all applicants that they are required to undergo temperature check, follow physical distancing, and wear a face mask.