CONSULAR OUTREACH MISSIONS FOR 2018
The Philippine Embassy in Berlin regularly undertakes consular mobile outreach missions as part of its effort to bring its consular services closer to Filipinos residing throughout Germany. The following services may be availed of during consular outreach missions:
(1) Applying for Philippine passports (first time/renewals);
(2) Civil registration of documents, Report of Birth (ROB), Report of Marriage (ROM), and Report of Death (ROD);
(3) Taking of fingerprint impressions for NBI clearance form;
(4) Providing authentication or notarization (or use of red-ribbon) of consular documents;
(5) Renunciation of citizenship;
(6) Filing of visa applications;
(7) Applying for travel document for one-way direct travel to the Philippines;
(8) Registration / Certification of new overseas voters; and
(9) Extension of validity of soon-to-expire passports by one (1) year (only if needed, AND must be simultaneous with passport renewal).
All applicants are asked to include a return envelope with 3.95 Euros stamps (stamps cannot be purchased at the outreach site) together with the forms and the required documents. Please pay attention to all documentary requirements related to the service you are requesting. These requirements are found in the Consular Services section of the Philippine Embassy website.
For requests for private consultations during the outreach missions, please email your specific concerns ahead of time at email@example.com, attention: Vice Consul Marie Cris Chieng. Any advance appointment requests will not be entertained in this e-mail address since it is solely used for consular matters.
Please provide the following information in your email: Name/ Venue and Schedule being Requested/ Concern/ Contact Details
SPECIAL REMINDERS FOR PASSPORT APPLICANTS:
Please thoroughly review the Philippine Embassy’s website for the reminders and requirements when applying for a passport.
Please apply for passport renewal before your passport expires, as a general rule, airlines and immigration authorities require at least 6 months’ validity on a passport to be allowed entry into a country. Applicants whose passports have expired, or are expiring within six months, are strongly encouraged to proceed to the Philippine Embassy in Berlin to renew their passports, and not wait for a slot in the outreach.
Please do not make any travel arrangements until you have your new passport in your possession.
Please note that walk-in clients cannot be accommodated. Please obtain an appointment on the appropriate link provided below.
The Embassy of the Philippines in Berlin recommends that: (1) you apply for a new passport about 9 months before your passport’s expiration date, and (2) you should not purchase outbound travel tickets until your new passport is in your possession.
Thank you for your understanding.
VENUES FOR 2018
Date: 24 February 2018
Venue: Kleiner Michel Parish, Michaelisstr.5, 20459 Hamburg
Date: 3 March 2018
Venue: Honorary Consulate of the Republic of the Philippines, Bank im Bistum Essen eG, Gildehofstrasse 2, 45127 Essen
3. Munich (To be confirmed)
Venue: Honorary Consulate of the Republic of the Philippines, Habenschadenstrasse 16 in 82049 Pullach/Munich
4. Neudenau (To be confirmed)
Venue: Sturmfeder Halle , Schulstrasse 9/1, 74861 Neudenau
5. Stuttgart (To be confirmed)
Venue: Honorary Consulate of the Republic of the Philippines, Leitzstrasse 45, 70469 Stuttgart
6. Schifferstadt (To be confirmed)
Venue: To be confirmed
7. Bad Nauheim (To be confirmed)
Venue: Honorary Consulate of the Republic of the Philippines, Frankfurter Straße 70, D-61231 Bad Nauheim
8. Bonn (To be confirmed)
Venue: To be confirmed
A pre-registration system before the scheduled outreach. Because of the limited slots, we encourage that all pre-registered clients appear at the outreach site to ensure that applications are processed in a timely and orderly manner. Clients are responsible to check the passport application requirements that are found in this website.
The Embassy reserves the right to reschedule or cancel an outreach mission at short notice due to operational, emergency or security-related concerns.