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Philippine embassy, consulate in UAE stops notarization services, including visa applications

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The Philippine Embassy in the Abu Dhabi and Consulate General in Dubai announced that it will suspend non-urgent services, including all notarization services.

The decision was announced on their Facebook account in line with local government’s effort to contain the spread of coronavirus and imposition of community lockdown in Metro Manila.

Both Philippine government agencies will suspend the following:

  1. All notarization
  2. Civil Registry (Reports of Birth and Marriages). No marriage rites will be officiated at the Embassy; and
  3. Visa Applications.

“Passports processing will proceed as normal but only passport applicants with appointment will be accommodated,” the circular added.

Both agencies will still observe normal working hours.

For further inquiries, please contact the following:

Abu Dhabi PE: +971 50 813 7836 or email: atn.abudhabi@gmail.com

Dubai PCG: +971 56 501 5755 / +971 56 501 5756 or email: atn@pcgdubai.ae

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