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Consular Services – Philippine Consulate Dublin

Consular Services

The Philippine Consulate Dublin provides a number of Consular services at the Consulate located in Drimnagh, Dublin.  Services are by appointment only. Appointment links for each services are listed on the various pages below:

The following services are available, click the service for further details:

Additional Services Detailed Below:
  • General Letter/Certificate from the Consul
  • General Consultation
  • Assistance to Philippine Nationals in Distress







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





While the Consulate operates 7 days a week PUBLIC OPENING HOURS are:

Fridays  7:30am – 12:00pm & 1:00pm – 5:00pm by appointment only

For Passport Renewal and Citizenship Services go to



CERTIFIED TRUE COPY – Price starting at €37.50

Consular fee €27.50

Commissioner for oath fee €10.00

If you have an original document you would like copied and certified for use in the Philippines, Consul Garrett can issue a certified true copy consulate certificate (previously known as a red ribbon)


A certificate or letter can be issued by the Consul for whatever purpose it may serve, granted that it meets his requirements after assessment. To apply for this service email the details of the requested certificate / general letter to:
We provide assistance to Filipino nationals in distress. For assistance please call 01 908 1978, leave a voicemail if call is not answered. In emergencies also send an email to: and if possible send a message via the Philippine Consulate Dublin facebook page.

Downloadable Forms

Special Power Of Attorney
Affidavit Of Acknowledgment Of Paternity And Consent To Use The Surname Of Father
Affidavit Of Admission Of Paternity
Affidavit Of Admission Of Paternity
Affidavit Of Denial
Affidavit Of Former Citizenship Status
Affidavit Of Lost Passport
Affidavit Of Non-Ownership Of Real Property
Affidavit Of Support
Affidavit of Support and Consent or Parental Travel Permit
Affidavit Of Support And Consent To Travel And Special Power Of Attorney
Affidavit Of Support And Guarantee
General Affidavit
Report of Birth
Report of Death 
Report of Marriage
Revocation Of Special Power Of Attorney
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Philippine Passport and Dual Citizenship services are NOT provided at the Consulate in Dublin. The Philippine Embassy in London facilitates Passport Renewals and Dual Citizenship.
For Dual Citizenship or Reacquisition of Philippine Citizenship go to:
Please follow their Facebook Page for announcements or their website:
We no longer provide telephone service for standard services. In emergencies also send an email to: and send a message via the Philippine Consulate Dublin chat service in the bottom corner of this page. To receive a call back you will need to provide details of the emergency, not simply a statement requesting a call back.


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 consumer


Certificate of Residency for newly regularised workers is issued to Filipinos who availed of the regularization program of the Irish Government for long term undocumented migrants in Ireland. 

This can be used when the worker returns to the Philippines for a short period and is not entitled to an Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) from the Philippine Overseas Employment Office (POLO). 

Those entitled to apply for a are Filipinos holding a Stamp 4 immigration status and legally resident in Ireland for three years or longer.  Applicants can also contact POLO London to verify if they are entitled to an OEC or to apply for an OEC: POLO London… 


  • Original valid Passport showing evidence of legal residency and two photocopies
  • Original valid IRP or GNIB card showing Stamp 4 status and two photocopies
  • Original Letter confirming their residence permission (Stamp 4) and two photocopies
  •  Employment Certificate – Issued and signed by the applicants employer

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