DFA La Union Address, Contact Number, Email Address

Department of Foreign Affairs office in La Union

Officer-in-Charge (OIC): Mr. Edwin Joseph V. EDRALIN
DFA  Office Address: Pasado Bldg., Pagdalagan Norte, San Fernando, La Union
Mobile/Telephone Number: (072) 607-6487; 607-6490; 607-6510
Fax Number: (072) 607-6491
Email Address: dfa_launion@yahoo.com

Important 

  • Personal appearance is required for all applicants.
  • Confirmed appointment is required for all applicants except senior citizens, infants and minors below 1 year old, person with disability and OFWs. For OFWs, sufficient proof must be submitted such as a valid employment contract or OEC.
  • Earrings and contact lenses are not allowed during data capturing. Smiling with visible teeth is also not allowed.
  • Check all the data in the computer monitor and in the Enrolment Certificate before signing it.
  • Only immediate family members are allowed to get the passport in behalf of the applicant. Immediate family members include father, mother, brother, sister, spouse and children of legal age.
  • Passport shall be released to an immediate family member only with proper authorization letter. Passport of a minor applicant shall be released to parents only or to an authorized representative with Special Power of Attorney and Affidavit of Support and Consent.
  • Passports unclaimed after six (6) months will be cancelled per Department Order No. 37-03.
  • Check all data in the received e-passport upon release.
  • Number of processing days may vary depending on the location of the Regional Consular Office where the application was filed.
  • The Department may require additional supporting documents as may be necessary, especially for applicants with dual citizenship and with foreignsounding family names to prove citizenship.



Important 

Satellite offices only receive, applications for new and renewal of Philippine passports. Applications for lost valid passport, assumed identity, citizenship evaluation cases and request for immediate releases of passports have to referred to OCA-Aseana. 

Walk in applications will only be available for senior citizens, infants and minors below 1 year old, person with disability (PWD) and OFWs. 

Important 

Power failures, technical breakdowns and natural calamities may delay the release of passports. Applicants are advised to book flights taking into consideration such incidents. NO REFUND of fees will be made on account of these unforeseen delays.

Ang mga di-inaasahang pagkawala ng kuryente, pagkasira ng makina at pagtigil ng proseso dahil sa kalamidad ay maaring makaabala sa pag rerelease ng pasaporte. Pinapayuhan ang mga aplikante na isaalang-alang ito sa kanilang pagpapagawa ng flight booking. 
HINDI MAISASAULI ANG BINAYARAN NA PASSPORT EXPRESS FEE DAHIL SA MGA NABANGGIT NA KADAHILANAN.
* This is a requirement for applying and renewal of passport. The DFA will not entertain applicants without valid appointments. 
* Please note that if you place multiple appointments, your previous appointments will be automatically canceled. 


Click What to Expect for an explanation of the needed steps.
Click Set an Appointment to set the time and date of your appointment.
View the Documentary Requirements to check on the latest requirements needed to apply.
A Location Map is also available for travel reference.





The DFA Appointment System is also available via the hotline (02) 737-1000. Call  anytime from 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday to Saturday.