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FRIDAY DECEMBER 3RD APPOINTMENTS Following our new booking policy requiring appointments to be confirmed, the Consulate has had to cancel a number of appointments as the appointment holders were unable to confirm their attendance within the 48 hour window. These appointments are now open to the public to book via our booking system. philippineconsulatedublinbooking.setmore.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Friday 3rd December 2021 Appointment HoldersACTION REQUIRED in the next 24 hours.As part of our new booking policy those who have booked an appointment (that is not prepaid) with the Philippine Consulate Dublin in the coming weeks are required to confirm their attendance in advance or their appointment will be cancelled. Yesterday an email was sent to all applicable appointment holders requesting confirmation of attendance at the scheduled appointment.Confirmation should be by reply to the email within 48 hours. Those who fail to confirm their attendance (without exception) will have their appointment cancelled tomorrow evening just over 48 hours after the email was sent and those appointments will become open to the public to book.Consular Services Requirements:philippineconsulate.ie/?page_id=4943 REMINDER:Passport Extensions are not booked through the Consulate Booking System. ... See MoreSee Less
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CONSULATE BOOKING SYSTEM UPDATENOTE: Passport extensions are not booked through this system, please visit philippineconsulate.ie/?page_id=4943 for details.Over the past year the Philippine Consulate Dublin has strived to keep waiting times for appointments to on average ten days and for more than a year this was the case. Unfortunately a growing number of people have started to abuse the booking system. In the last number of weeks our waiting time has grown to over one month to get an appointment but similarly our no shows have also grown substantially. Last week 19th November 2021 we have a record of 16 NO SHOWS for appointments. That was a full FOUR HOURS that the Consulate was at a standstill while many many of our Kababayan are desperate for an appointment.This pattern of behaviour is simply unacceptable. The Consul and the staff are all volunteers. They arrive in the office at 6.30am to set up and be ready for the first appointment at 7.00 am all the way through to 6.00pm, to then force them to sit around for four hours because people booked an appointment and do not show. It is completely disrespectful to the Consulate staff and to those waiting for appointments.While we accept that on certain occasion for genuine reasons people will miss their appointment or they will arrive late. When there is a valid reason we try to accommodate them.As a result we have had to call and email every single person booked to confirm their attendance, many simple ignored both phone calls and email and as a result, we have cancelled their appointments. We have now implemented an advanced payment system for bookings. This advance payment system will mirror the structure in the Philippines for advanced payment for passport services and will be none refundable or transferable unless there is an exceptional circumstance and evidence is provided.I hope that this new policy will free much needed appointments and reduce waiting times for all.Thank you for your continued support.Philippine Consulate Dublin Team ... See MoreSee Less
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The Philippine Consulate Dublin will be closed to the public for annual leave. November 4th - November 13th 2021. ... See MoreSee Less
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UPDATE: Fully booked for tomorrowAnd NO PASSPORT RENEWALThe Philippine Consulate Office in Dublin would like to let the public know that we will be open tomorrow. Few slots are available on a first come first serve basis. If you would like to book an appointment with us please click 'BOOK NOW' in our FB Page or you can use the QR code below to direct you to our booking system. See you tomorrow!philippineconsulatedublinbooking.setmore.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
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