10-Year Philippine Passport Validity Approved

 The Philippines House of Representatives gave their approval to House Bill (HB) Number 4767, which seeks to extend the validity of passports from 5 to 10 years.

The lower chamber on Monday – in a vote of 216 – approved House Bill 4767 extending the validity of the Philippine passports amending for this purpose Republic Act 8239 or the Philippine Passport Act.

Under Republic Act 8239 or the "Philippines Passport Law," a passport shall only be valid for a period of five years regardless of the age of the applicant.

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