Here’s Your Ultimate Guide If You Can’t Access The Philippine Consulate Website
Majority of Philippine embassies and consulates’ website are now under maintenance and the Philippine Consulate in Dubai is one of the affected sites.
Surely you can’t access their main website, but you can go directly by clicking these direct links on how to make a passport appointment, see if your passport is ready to be released, among others.
The consulate said that it is better to use a desktop or laptop to search through the list.
For passport appointment, please click this link: https://dfa.gov.ph/resources/links/dubai-pcg-links
Children (aged 12 and below), senior citizens (aged 60 and above), seafarers, PWD (with medical report), pregnant women (with medicalcertificate), and those working as HSWs or kasambahay are still exempted from securing an online passport appointment. They may proceed directly to the Courtesy Lane at any time between 8:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M.
For passport releasing, please click the link below:
Passport applied at Dubai PCG: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GtmFliKUq5soWIiEs4jzzJ0Cnibn5TT7/view
Passport applied in other DFA offices: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dwEQM2-4v7PPOeywo612OHaKv6mU7jsU/view
Passport applied during the consular outreach: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bG8uNZ2FQyqFYqL4TBNjfx1wARQggRN-/view
If you don’t have an ample time to search through your name on the list, you can directly email the consulate and ask if your documents are now available.
Just email your given name, middle name, last name at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other consular forms, please click this link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1CrCVQcfw6TqfwozAER4kl-hRF-b2jECP