Embassy Operations during alert Level 3 (Auckland) and alert Level 2 (Other NZ regions) JSD-2021-03
Following the pronouncement of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on 27 February 2021 that the Auckland region will move to Alert Level 3 – Restrict starting 6.00am on 28 February 2021 for the next seven (7) days, and the rest of New Zealand will move to Alert Level 2 – Reduce Contact, the Philippine Embassy in Wellington strongly advises that Filipinos from Auckland with scheduled passport appointments to defer their visit to the Embassy at a later time.
Clients who have prior booked flights are encouraged to call their respective travel agents or airlines to rebook their flights to Wellington at a later date. Those who plan to drive from Auckland to Wellington are advised to stay at home to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
In compliance with the New Zealand Government’s protocols and its goal to eliminate and stamp out COVID-19, the Embassy shall implement a NO APPOINTMENT, NO MASK, NO ENTRY policy as well as physical distancing within the Embassy’s premises.
Effective on Monday, 01 March 2021, for three (3) days, until further notice, the Embassy will be open **by appointment only** from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY (NO WALK-INS ALLOWED)
Notarization (Special Power of Attorney, Affidavits, etc.)
BY MAIL ONLY
|Report of Birth, Report of Marriage, Report of Death/Consular Mortuary Certificate
Applications for retention and reacquisition of Philippine citizenship under RA 9225
Those who have prior appointments with the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO Wellington) are likewise encouraged to defer their visit especially if they are traveling from Auckland.
For employment contracts, OEC and other related documents, please contact the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO Wellington) via email: email@example.com or call (+64) 04-2601161 (within NZ only).
For emergency cases, the Embassy’s duty officer may be contacted at (+64) 022 074 6517. You may check the Embassy’s website at https://philembassy.org.nz or the Embassy’s Facebook page for updates https://www.facebook.com/PHLinNZ/. You may also send messages via our FB messenger and our email at firstname.lastname@example.org.