News Philippine Embassy in UAE starts accepting passport applicants

Philippine Embassy in UAE starts accepting passport applicants

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With the easing of restrictions in the country, the Philippine Embassy in UAE will reopen its doors to accept passport applicants with strict appointment system starting April 26.

“Strict social distancing distancing and wearing of face masks will be enforced. The Philippine Embassy in accepting passport applicants with appointments, as scheduled,” the statement added.

Only passport applicants with appointments from April 26 will be allowed to come in person, while others will be accommodated online.

“This is in line with the 30% directive of the UAE government directive of the UAE governmnet on partial resumption of work,” the statement added.

Those with passport appointments from March 24 to April 23 and those with urgent concerns are advised to email the following:

Passport appointment: appoint.auhpe@gmail.com
Passport releasing: releasing.auhpe@gmail.com
Notarization and authentication of legal documents: notarial.auhpe@gmail.com
Civil registry: civilregistry_auhpe@yahoo.com
Philippine visa: visa_auhpe@yahoo.com
Assistance to nationals: atn.abudhabi@gmail.com.

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