Tweet A House panel wants to terminate the services of a contractor to address delays in passport processing. This was among the recommendations Representative Walden Bello and his fellow lawmakers submitted to the Foreign Affairs committee after an ocular inspection of  the passport processing office in the Office of Consular Affairs (OCA). Bello revealed the […]

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Tweet All passport applicants scheduled for appearance must appear physically at the DFA at the date and time of their scheduled personal appearance for data and image capturing. This applies to all passport applicants, aging from 0 years old onwards. DFA is strict about the personal appearance system, absolutely no chaperone allowed for passport applicants […]

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Barangay Singapore on June 26th, 2011

Tweet The Philippine Embassy in Singapore announced that it will be launching a passport appointment system for applicants for passport renewal, in line with its thrust to deliver efficient and effective consular services to Filipinos in Singapore. The Embassy will start accepting requests for appointments on Tuesday, 28 June 2011 for appointment slots scheduled from […]

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Barangay Singapore on November 14th, 2010

Tweet Report of birth and passport application forms must be accomplished by either of the Filipino parents or guardian.  The infant/child need to be personally brought to the embassy. (For infants/children born in Singapore of Filipino parent/s) Basic Requirements Duly accomplished passport application form Original and five (5) photocopies of the following documents Birth Certificate […]

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Barangay Singapore on November 9th, 2010

Tweet As a passport with at least six months’ validity is a standard requirement for international travel, applicants are advised to renew their passports early to avoid inconvenience.   It takes six weeks to process the Philippine passport. In order to prevent overcrowding and in compliance with Singapore safety and welfare regulations, the Philippine Embassy […]

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Barangay Singapore on October 17th, 2010

Tweet There is an update from the Philippine Embassy in Singapore that: Effective immediately, the Philippine Embassy shall accept passport applications from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., or when a quota of 150 applicants is reached, whichever is earlier, from Sundays to Thursdays, except on public holidays. For security reasons, only applicants who are renewing […]

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Barangay Singapore on August 26th, 2010

Tweet According to an announcement from the Philippine Embassy: Effective immediately,  period for passport collection is now extended from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Thursday.  On Sundays, collection is limited to emergency cases only from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. due to space constraints as some 700 to 1000 applicants for various consular and […]

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