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Q: About passport and overstaying

Hello maam/sir,

I got a really hard problem, because im just 19 and my mom wont help me with this..

I leave in the philippines and am ahalf german.

My mom lost our passports years ago and did not renew our visa here in the philippines we came here year 2012 and now i wanted to go abroad for a job oppurtunity ive recieved..

But i cant fix my passport because i have no idea what i should do and how because my pass does not even have a copy so that i can show...

Can you pls help me with this and what about my overstaying in the philippines? Will there be a big penalty to me even if i was a minor that time anf even if im a half-half?

Kindly respond my question please thank in advance:)

Sincerly,

V.E

1 Lawyer Answer

Allen C. Ladd

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A: So you need a new German passport, right? You will need to contact the German embassy (Botschaft) in Manila. Here is their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/germanembassymanila

I don't know about overstaying in the Philippines, but I doubt it will be an issue for the country you wish to travel to. (I'm guessing it is Germany but it shouldn't matter. Philippines immigration issues don't follow you to another country.)

Viele Glueck!

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