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Kildare Filipino Grand Santacruzan 2022Celebrated with the Couples for Christ Kildare branch . Alongside, Lumad Nga Bisaya , Waterford Filipino Irish Community, Galway Filipino Irish Community and Ilocano Irish Community. With the special attendance of the Honorary Consul RaYmond Garreth and Senator Mark Wall . PhotoCredit : Frederick Legaspi Bancale . ... See MoreSee Less
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Another week of Consular Services done. Thank you for appreciating our efforts and for sharing the food. Grateful for the gesture. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lost and Found Baby shoes were left behind at The Consulate Office on the 29th of April 2022. Please claim at the office. ... See MoreSee Less
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“Taste of Malaysia” - TodayCan you see any Filipino influences in the amazing food of our near neighbour?The Philippine Consulate is happy to support theTaste of Malaysia Event today. The Consulate was invited to join the diplomatic corps for a cooking demonstration advance of the publicly opening this afternoon, the Consulate is represented by Consular Officer Liong at this event. Organised by Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) and supported by the Embassy of Malaysia in Dublin, the Taste of Malaysia event will feature an Authentic Malaysian Cooking Demonstration and a Food Tasting Session in the Asia Market store itself.A series of special offers and free easy-to-follow online recipes, accessible by scanning QR codes in-store, will entice Asian food fanatics to recreate their own versions of authentic dishes such as Laksa, Nasi Lemak, Nasi Goreng, Rendang Curry and Sambal at home. The public launch will be today: Date: Saturday 14th May 2022Time: 1.30 pm to 4.00 pmLocation: Asia Market, Drury Street, D2 ... See MoreSee Less
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ADVISORY FOR CONSULATE APPOINTMENTS 13/05/2022Due to staff shortage on Friday 13th May 2022, the Philippine Consulate Dublin will strictly implement the policy for all applicants to have complete requirements for the services they are applying for. Applicants who arrive at the Consulate without the full set of requirements will forfeit their appointment time, the applicant will then have to leave the Consulate, secure the lacking requirements and then return to the Consulate to wait on standby for an available slot.All applicants have been advised automatically as part of the booking system to check the full list of requirements on the Consulate website under the tab "Consular Services".Applicants without appointments will not be entertained. Applicants who arrive late for their appointment will have to wait on standby until there is an available slot.Photocopying service will only be available at certain times.The Philippine Consulate Team thanks the public for their continued support and patience. NOTE: Applicants should be aware that it is possible the service times will run over due to the staff shortage.Requirements can be found on:www.PhilippineConsulate.ie ... See MoreSee Less
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