The Philippine Consulate General in Melbourne has launched its website for the convenience of Filipinos seeking consular services in Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
The website’s address is: https://melbournepcg.dfa.gov.ph
The launch of the website coincides with the introduction of an online booking system, allowing people to book an appointment for a Consular service. Services which can be booked include:
- Passport (New/Renewal)
- NBI Fingerprinting
- Civil Registry (Report of Birth / Marriage)
The new website was announced by Deputy Consul General Anthony Mandap during the launch of the new Philippine Consulate General office in Melbourne on 17 April 2021. It was noted that the booking system will reduce the number of complaints that the Consulate has been difficult to reach since the full-fledged office began in Melbourne.
VIEW: Photos of the Philippine Consulate General Melbourne office blessing
The website will provide an organised process to assist Filipinos who need to fulfil their consular needs. Information regarding fees and requirements are available for topics such as passports, dual citizenship, report of birth, report of marriage, and report of death, among others.
The Consulate General in Melbourne also reaches out to the community with updates and important topics via The Philippine Times’ Consular Bulletin, which is written by Deputy Consul General Anthony Mandap. The bulletin is published monthly in The Philippine Times (print edition).
The Philippine Consulate General in Melbourne is located in the heart of Melbourne at Emirates House building, Level 10, 257 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. The office can be contacted via telephone at (03) 8375 9646 or email email@example.com.
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