Tuesday, 23 August 2016
- Wednesday, 17 August 2016 Filipino Community in Jeddah Gathers to Celebrate Philippine Culture and Heritage
- Thursday, 11 August 2016 Philippine Consulate Officials Meet with Labor and SBG Officials to Resolve Case of Stranded OFWs
- Monday, 27 June 2016 Philippine Consulate Celebrates Iftar
- Thursday, 23 June 2016 Consulate General in Jeddah Holds "Kalayaan Bowling Fun Game 2016"
How to Renew Your Driver's License From Overseas
The Philippine Consulate General informs the Filipino community in Jeddah and the Western Region that, since April 2007, pursuant to Administrative Order No. RIB-2007-011 of the Land Transportation Office (LTO), all Filipino citizens presently staying abroad who are holders of authentic Philippine driver’s licenses can already renew their licenses through their authorized representatives in the Philippines. AO No. RIB-2007-011 had broadened by amendment the coverage of an older LTO administrative order (A.O. No. 88-002 of November 1988), which granted the privilege to overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), but not members of their families and Filipino students abroad. With AO No. RIB-2007-011, even OFW family members and Filipino students, while abroad, can now renew their driver’s license through authorized representatives in the Philippines.
The following are the pertinent requirements and procedure:
- For the renewal, the authorized representative must personally present to either the LTO, License Section Central Office within the National Capital Region (NCR) or any LTO District Offices/Licensing Centers outside Metro Manila, the following requirements:
- certificate of employment of licensee;
- photocopies of passport (first page, visa page & departure in the Philippines and last arrival overseas);
- letter of authority to authorized representative;
- photocopy of driver’s license; and
- driver’s license receipt (DLR), if available.
- Upon presentation of the requirements and payment of fees by the authorized representative, the driver’s license shall be validated by issuing a driver’s license receipt (DLR), which will serve as temporary driver’s license (TDL).
- The licensee shall present himself/herself within thirty (30) days upon arrival in the Philippines to the same LTO Office where the renewal was made for photo-taking and to submit the following:
- expired driver’s license;
- original driver’s license receipt (DLR);
- drug test result;
- medical examination certificate;
- TIN No./TIN Card (photocopy); and
- photocopy of passport.
- The LTO Office concerned shall then retrieve from its files the documents previously submitted to incorporate with other requirements. The evaluator assigned shall process the documents and after approval, recommend for the production of the driver’s license and release the same to the licensee.The current license fees for the renewal are as follows: P180.00 (Non-Professional) and P240 (Professional). On the other hand, the penalties for expired licenses submitted for renewal are: (a) Non-Professional: P30.00 (1 year); P60.00 (2 years); P80.00 (3 years); and (b) Professional: P40.00 (1 year); P80.00 (2 years); P120.00 (3 years)