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Philippine Consulate in Dubai has no available slots at the moment for passport renewal


The Philippine Consulate General in Dubai said that there is no available slot at the moment for passport renewal in the Philippine mission. 

One of the staff of The Global Filipino Magazine has recently emailed the Consulate to inquire about passport renewal, however, he was informed by them that there’s no available slot at the moment. 

The Consulate, however, advised him to regularly check their website for the new slots. 

In its ePassport portal appointment on, the procedure on how to renew a Philippine passport in Dubai has been removed from the page. 

It has likewise reminded Filipinos that only with an appointment are allowed to enter the Consulate as part of Covid-19 preventive measures. 

Alternative way

The Consulate, on the other hand, advised him to apply renewal at PaRC in Wafi Mall while the slots are already consumed at their online appointment portal. 

To book a slot at Wafi Mall, click here or call +971 42842568 or email for more information. 

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