Consular Services




  • CIVIL REGISTRATION ( Reports of Birth, Marriage or Death)
  • NOTARIZATION & LEGALIZATION SERVICES (Affidavits, SPAs, “Red Ribbon,”etc)






Philippine Consulate Dublin now accepts bookings for essential Consular services at its office in Dublin. 



Opening Hours:

Fridays  10:30am – 12:30pm & 1:00pm – 5:00pm

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Philippine Consulate Dublin
St John Bosco Youth Centre 
Davitt Road
Dublin 12
Eircode D12 EDN2

Public Transport
LUAS Red Line – Drimnagh Stop
122 and 123 Dublin Bus

Please note all attending the Consulate are required to:

  • Be on time. Do not be late or too early. 
  • Wear a face mask or face covering. No mask, no entry. 
  • If driving, avoid blocking the parking area and residential driveways. 
  • Do not bring friends/family in the Consulate Office. 
  • Observe 2 metre social distancing. 

A further detailed Covid-19 advisory will be issued. 


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Legalisation/Notarisation (Red Ribbon) – Price starting at €32.50

The legalisation service is an easy Walk-In service for SPA’s and authentication of documents for use in the Philippines. You do not have to go to a Solicitor and DFA anymore. Consul Garrett will process your document quickly. Bring your document, an original form of identification and €32.50 cash (additional fees apply). 

For legal documents (e.g. affidavits, Special Power of Attorney, Contracts, etc.) executed outside the Philippines to have legal force and effect in the Philippines, these documents require consularisation by the Philippine Consulate. The Consulate acknowledges a legal document that is signed by the executor in the presence of a the Consul. The document is issued with a seal of the Consulate. The Consulate notarizes affidavits signed by affiants in the presence of the Consul. The jurat or notarial attestation is stamped on the document itself.


  1. A confirmed appointment
  2. Personal appearance of the person executing the legal document
  3. Accomplished pre-printed standard forms or use the form sent to you from the Philippines.
  4. Original document/s, number/copies will depend on what the applicant requires.
  5. Original and photocopy/ies of the executor/s valid identification document (valid passport or driver’s licence), in the same number of the document/s to be acknowledged.
  6. Two (2) photocopies of the complete set of the document/s, including a photocopy of the identification document/s, to be retained for the Consulate’s records.

NBI Fingerprint Impressioning (Price €22.50)

An application for NBI clearance is applied for at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) in the Philippines. The Consulate will only do the required fingerprinting of the NBI clearance applicant.

Applicants who have previously been issued NBI clearances (2014 onwards), can now renew their NBI clearance without the need of accomplishing new NBI fingerprint card form No. 5 (provided that no changes are made on their personal data.

Fingerprinting Requirements:

  1. Personal Appearance
  2. Valid Identification
  3. Completed Fingerprint Card Form (available at the Consulate)
  4. One (1) 2” x 2” photo taken within the last six (6) months (On white background) 

-Civil Registry 
Report of Birth, Report of Marriage, Report of Death (Price about €40, depending on postage to UK) 

*Report of Birth Requirements:

  1. Personal Appearance
  2. Four (4) copies of the Report of Birth form, printed and filled out using a pen with black ink. All entries must be written in block letters and clearly legible. All four (4) copies must be signed by the informant and not just photocopied.
  3. Original copy and four (4) copies of the Irish Birth Certificate.
  4. Four (4) copies each of the data page of the parent’s valid passports
  5. Supporting documents (if applicable)

     a. If the parent/s have acquired foreign citizenship at the time the Report of Birth was filed: 

      – Four (4) copies of the Certificate of Naturalisation/Certificate of Citizenship

     b. If the Report of Birth is filed more than one (1) year after the child’s birth:

          – Four (4) copies of the Affidavit of Delayed Registration of Birth

     c. If the child is of illegitimate birth but is acknowledged by the father and carries the father’s surname:

         – Four (4) copies of the Affidavit of Acknowledgment of Paternity    accomplished by the father

         – Four (4) copies of the Affidavit of Consent to Use the Father’s Surname accomplished by the mother

6. Self-addressed envelope

*Report of Marriage Requirements:

  1. Personal Appearance
  2. Four (4) copies of the Report of Marriage form, printed and filled out using a pen with black ink. All entries must be written in block letters and clearly legible. All four (4) copies must be signed by the informant and not just photocopied.
  3. Original copy and four (4) copies of the Irish Marriage Certificate.
  4. Four (4) copies each of the data page of the spouses’ valid passports
  5. Supporting documents (if applicable)

     a. If the Report of Marriage is filed more than one (1) year after marriage:

         – Four (4) copies of the Affidavit of Delayed Registration of Marriage

     b. If the Filipino spouse is a widow/er at the time of marriage:

         – Four (4) copies of the Death Certificate/s of previous spouse/s

     c. If the Filipino spouse has had a previous marriage annulled or a foreign divorce recognised in a Philippine Court:

         – Original and four (4) copies of the annotated Philippine Marriage Certificate for dissolved marriage

6. Self-addressed envelope




– Emergency Travel Document – (€22.50)       

An emergency travel document is only issued to Filipino citizens in and emergency to allow one way travel to the Philippines ONLY. This cannot be used to travel to any other country. The applicant cannot return to Ireland on this emergency travel document and will need to apply for a new Philippine passport in the Philippines.


A certificate or letter can be issued by the Consul for whatever purpose it may serve, granted that it meets his/her requirements after assessment.



Philippine Passport and Dual Citizenship services are NOT provided at the Consulate in Dublin. The Philippine Embassy in London facilitates Passport Renewals and Extensions, please follow their Facebook Page for announcements or their website:




Consulate Hotline: 01 908 1978

Mon-Fri        9:30am – 5:00pm

Saturday    10:30am – 2:00pm


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Embassy Outreach Mission

At the embassy outreach missions, the services above will be provided plus:



Community Engagement


Apart from our Open Door Policy where we welcome volunteers and provide opportunities for community meetings, the Consulate promotes equality and respect to all individuals and aims to prioritise the following:


  • Reaching out to Non-Dublin based organisations: Although most Filipinos are based in Dublin, reaching out to organisations outside the capital is a priority. 
  • Focus on Youth, Retirement, Sports, Well-being, Social Inclusion, Environmental Care, Community Integration and Financial Literacy projects. 

Protecting the Welfare of Filipinos


  • Steering Committee under Philippine Labour Attache: Since we had an intensive Focus Group Discussion with Philippine Labour Attache in 26th of April 2019, we are currently addressing migrant work issues in the Irish labour market by establishing a legal advisory group, a peer counselling team, and industry champions who will contribute in providing information through a knowledge resource centre called “Filipino Migrants Information Centre Ireland.”
  • Implementing Migrant Integration and Skills Training projects with POLO-OWWA
  • Supporting and Promoting Filipino Entrepreneurs in Ireland
  • Protecting the Undocumented
  • Promoting Social Inclusion through universal themes such as music, sports and art
  • Empowering Migrant Youth
  • Implementing a Pastoral/Values Education Programme
  • Providing Support/Peer Counselling
  • Cross-border Brexit forum for migrants and marginalised communities 
  • Promoting Political or Public Participation in Ireland
  • Environmental protection
  • Social Inclusion where we engage, welcome and recognise groups of different races, interests, beliefs, and locations throughout Ireland
  • Implement the Equality Act that protects 9 equality characteristics: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation, plus socio economic status and educational background
  • Community Integration – let us not be insular. Let us reach out to the Irish community and other cultures and marginalised groups. 

Philippine Trade, Tourism 


In line with the role of the Philippine Department of Trade Industry, the Philippine Consulate will assist in realising the country’s goal of globally competitive and innovative services that contribute to inclusive growth and employment generation. It will serve as an economic catalyst that enables competitive, job generating, inclusive business, and empowers consumers. 
Among the tourism projects implemented by Community Organisations the publication of “From the Philippines to Ireland: A Voyage of Discovery” by Vising Kennedy, setting up Philippine TourismStalls at Taste of Cavan, Filipino Street Feast in Cavan, Cavan Arts Festival, Cavan Enterprise Town, Cavan Community Festival, and Mind the Brexit Gap: A Celebration of Diversity & Inclusion in the Border.

Downloadable Forms

Report of Birth

Affidavit for Delayed Registration of Birth

Report of Marriage

Affidavit for Delayed Registration of Marriage 

Report of Death

Affidavit of Admission of Paternity

Affidavit to Use Surname of Father


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