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Consulate General of the Phillippines in Dubai

Consulate General of the Phillippines in Dubai

Address
Villa No 48, 35 Beirut St., Extn no. 2
Al Quasis 3, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
P.O. Box 94778

Contacts
Tel: +971 (04) 2544331
Fax: +971 (04) 2544229
Mobile: +971 (50) 6544047

Office Hours
Sunday to Thursday (except official holiday)
8:30 am to 12:00 pm
1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (Lunch Breaks)

*Cashier accept payments untill 4:00 pm only

For Inquiries you can write to mailto:mrpdxb@yahoo.com%20regarding regardingPhilippines Passports

For all other inquiries you can send an e-mail to info@pcgdubai.net

Location Map

Road Direction and Land Mark
The consulate in located opposite Al Quasis Police station, it is near the corner of Beirut St. and Baghdad St.
You are near when you see Light Cafeteria, you can also spot the Philippines flag from far

Consular Services Include
Passports
Application for New Philippines Passport (Babies born in the UAE)
Renewal of Philippines Passport
Ammendments of Entries to the Philippines Passport
Replacement of Lost Philippines Passport
Notarial Services
Affidavit of Support and Consent
Delayed Registration of Birth
Affidavit for Lost Passport
Marriage
Birth
Death
Visa
Information about Dual Citizenship (available at the website)

For more information, please visit the official website of The Consulate General of the Philippines in Dubai and Northern Emirates

*Details will be updated anytime there are any changes

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