Where can I get an Apostille in the Philippines?
The Apostille is available in all Authenticating Units of the DFA: DFA-Aseana; DFA Consular Office (CO) Northeast (Ali Mall, Cubao); CO East (SM Megamall); CO West (SM Manila); CO South (Metro Gaisano, Alabang); CO San Fernando, Pampanga; CO Davao (SM Davao); CO Iloilo; and CO Cebu (Pacific Mall-Metro Mandaue).
What are the requirements for Apostille Philippines?
Requirements to Get an Apostille Certificate in the Philippines.
- PRC ID.
- IBP ID.
- OWWA ID.
- SSS ID.
- GSIS E-Card.
- Senior Citizen’s ID.
- Voter’s ID.
Is Philippines part of Apostille?
The Philippines is a member of the Hague Apostille Convention and any official document destined for this country requires an apostille from the Secretary of State.
Can I go directly to DFA without appointment?
Department of Foreign Affairs, Republic of the Philippines
You may walk in at any of the DFA’s Consular Offices in the Philippines WITHOUT AN ONLINE PASSPORT APPOINTMENT! Our courtesy lane is open to accept your passport application.
Which documents can be Apostilled?
Apostille is done for personal documents like Birth, Marriage, Death Certificates, Affidavits, Educational documents like Degrees, Diplomas, Secondary level Certificates etc. Apostille stamp is a square shaped computer generated sticker, pasted on reverse of the Original Documents by the MEA, India.
Do passports need Apostilled?
Whether you are about to work outside of the U.S., are planning a destination wedding in an exotic location, or looking to further your education in another country… you will need to apostille your passport.
How much time does it take for apostille?
If you are going for the offline process, it will certainly take about 3-4 weeks, however, if you choose to involve the apostille services to get it done for you then it might actually take a lot lesser time like one or two weeks. Though, it can take much longer if attestation from HRD is involved.