RENUNCIATION OF PHILIPPINE CITIZENSHIP
Renunciation of Philippine citizenship is a voluntary act of giving up your Philippine citizenship after acquiring foreign citizenship.
A Filipino citizen (natural-born or naturalized), at least 18 years of age, may renounce his/her Philippine citizenship.
Additional documentation may be required based on the documents presented and circumstances of the applicant.
On the appointment day, submit the documentary requirements listed above and sign the Affidavit of Renunciation in front of the Consular Officer.
Pay the appropriate processing fee at the Cashier and receive the receipt and claim stub.
Return to the Legal Window on the appointed time indicated on the claim stub to take the Oath of Renunciation.
Take the Oath of Renunciation before the Consular Officer. Rreceive the duly notarized Affidavit of Renunciation of Philippine Citizenship and the Oath of Renunciation after.
Consulate will forward copies of the Affidavit and Oath of Renunciation, including supporting documents to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), and the Bureau of Immigration.