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Philippine flag Embassy of Philippines in Canberra

Address1 Moonah Place
Yarralumla, Canberra ACT 2600
Australia
Phonelocal: (02) 6273.2535
international: +61.2.6273.2535
Faxlocal: (02) 6273.3984
international: +61.2.6273.3984
Emailpe.canberra@dfa.gov.ph
Web sitehttp://www.philembassy.au.com/
NotesJurisdiction: Nauru, Tuvalu, Vanuatu

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Comments on this Embassy

Gary Bishop
Wed, 12 Feb 2014 02:16 EST
Update your information
Your info re Australians can only stay 21 days. We have had the right to enter and stay for 30 days for 6 months now pls update.
Also as your department has over the years issued many many permanent residents for Philippines for Australian Applicant pls pls have someone in your office update their information on problems such as New Annual Reports, Marriage Documents Required etc. It is not good enough for us to ring up and be told" Oh, I don't know, rign the Philippines". Pls someone in authority train your staff on the latest information. Thats a main role of an Embassy.
anthony walmsley
Mon, 16 Sep 2013 22:35 EDT
time to improve your customer services
to day i rang the consulate in brisbane 6 times and could not get through, the message bank was full!!! i was phoning on behalf of my wife re new passport.

i rang your embassy in canberra "omg" your all at lunch!!! totally useless, time you improved your service, this is not the 1st time....

anthony
Samya Down
Mon, 8 Apr 2013 05:58 EDT
Marriage Registration
Good day!'been at the Phil. Consulate in Melbourne this afternoon and inquire about marriage registration to be send at DFA, Manila. We were informed that we should forward a quadruple docs. at the Phil. Embassy, Canberra. The staffs were very friendly & helpful, two thumbs up for you guys but we cannot find the web site that they given us.
kjeith john noprris
Mon, 30 Jul 2012 18:01 EDT
refusal to accept legal documents
recently the embassy provided documents to support the marriage of shane christopher resident of darwin Australia and Ms crestine sedillio resident of Amlan Philippines. The certificate of no impediment was issued by DFAT here in Australia and the supporting document was provided by the Philippine Embassy in Canberra. Upon presentation both documents were refused by the Civil Registrar in Amlan. I would like to ask can a public servant over ride the directions from her own Government.
Carlos B. Brillantes
Tue, 21 Feb 2012 08:24 EST
Police Clearance Fingerprints
To whom It May Concern, I would like to know the exact name of the person who is the responsible of the request letter of police clearance for Saudi Arabia. Last month I sent my request letter including specimen of Police Clearance Fingerprint from Federal Police of Perth WA,xerox of passport, picture address to Ambassador Belen Anota.Please give us feedback regarding the status of my documents.

Thank you
zeny germino
Thu, 28 Jul 2011 22:20 EDT
marraige certificate
To the staff of Canberra Philippine Embassy. I hope you only send the correct name to the DFA in the Philippines, i am experiencing that right now. I give you my supporting documents that my name is correct, but you sent me the wrong one. Please, make sure if you sent the documents to the DFA make sure it is all correct. To have mistake again. Please, please check all the supporting document is correct before you send. Until now i am still waiting the correct one to arrive in DFA Philippines. I hope i can get the correct one. Keep it up guys!!! God Bless you all!!!

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