Republic of the Philippines

EMBASSY OF THE PHILIPPINES WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND
50 Hobson Street, Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand 6011

Advisory on Accommodating Walk-in Clients in the Auckland Consular Mission, 7-11 February 2019

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Passport appointment slots in the Auckland outreach mission on 7-11 February 2019 are all booked up already. Since the mobile passport facility can only accept a maximum capacity which it has reached, the Embassy will not be able to accommodate those who do not have confirmed appointments.

In this light, the Embassy requests for the public’s understanding so that the much-needed consular services are carried out successfully. While the Embassy cannot guarantee and commit to be able to provide services to those other than with confirmed bookings, it intends to accommodate, should circumstances allow, only those who are any of the following:

  1. Senior citizens (60 years and over);
  2. People with disabilities (PWDs) with proof of disability;
  3. Pregnant women (if pregnancy is not visible, applicant must present medical certificate/records)

ONLY THOSE WHO ARE ABOVE MENTIONED WILL BE CONSIDERED. Concerned applicants are requested to email their request to consular@philembassy.org.nz with a copy of the passport data page and phone number, for review, and will be contacted as soon as an opportunity becomes available during the period. Please be reminded still that there is NO GUARANTEE these requests will be granted.

Those not listed above who will show up at the venue shall undergo appropriate evaluation by the consular team leader and shall be notified accordingly whether or not they are able to be accommodated during this period, and on a STRICTLY FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED basis if and when possible. BUT THERE IS NO GUARANTEE that they can be accommodated.

The public is advised that the Embassy shall restrict the time and number of applicants depending on the space and capacity of the mission, and the need to ensure the safety and convenience of the public.

Download Advisory - Auckland Consular Mission 7-11 February 2019

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