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Republic of the Philippines
EMBASSY OF THE PHILIPPINES
CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA
1 Moonah Place, Yarralumla, ACT 2600, Australia

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The Philippine Embassy will be closed to the public on:

Monday, 30 August 2021National Heroes Day

Postponement of Mobile Consular Mission to Perth (Advisory # 4)

2 August 2021 – In compliance with COVID19 border restrictions being implemented by Western Australia for travellers coming from the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), the Embassy announces the postponement of the Mobile Consular Mission to Perth, Western Australia, which was originally scheduled to be held from 9 to 13 August 2021 at the Filipino Australian Club of Perth Inc. (FACPI) Clubhouse, 1 Catherine St, Bedford WA 6052.

New dates for the mobile mission, including overseas voting registration in Perth, will be announced as soon as Western Australia eases COVID19 border restrictions for visitors coming from the ACT/Canberra. All applicants who were able to successfully secure their online appointments will be notified by email of their rescheduled time slots accordingly.

The Embassy appreciates the understanding of the public on the importance of observing federal and local COVID19 protocols to ensure the health and safety of all persons living in Australia during this time of the pandemic.

Bureau of Immigration Advisory

26 July 2021
Alien spouses, children, parents of Pinoys need not present entry exemption doc starting August 1 – BI

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) announced that starting August 1, its officers at the ports will no longer require the presentation of an entry exemption document (EED) from foreign spouses, children and parents of Filipino citizens who are traveling to the Philippines as tourists to visit their kin here.

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Source: Immigration Helpline PH

Bureau of Immigration Advisory

05 June 2021
BI clarifies Retiree’s Visa Holders allowed to enter without exemption docs

MANILA, Philippines - The Bureau of Immigration (BI) announced that aliens holding the Special Resident Retiree’s Visa (SRRV) issued by the Philippine Retirement Authority (PRA) are now allowed to enter the country.

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Source: Immigration Helpline PH

Gabay para sa mga Returning Overseas Filipinos

To view the infographic, click the following links:
• Guide for Returning Overseas Filipinos upon Arrival in the Philippines
• Swabbing Procedure for Arriving Passengers