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Philippine flag Consulate-General of Philippines in San Francisco

Address447 Sutter Street, 6th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
USA
Phonelocal: (415) 433.6666
international: +1.415.433.6666
Faxlocal: (415) 421.2641
international: +1.415.421.2641
Emailpc.sanfrancisco@dfa.gov.ph
Web sitehttp://www.philippineconsulate-sf.org/

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philip
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 21:58 EST
passport
Is my epassort which will expire on August 2015 still be valid on March 2015?
edith b. allen
Wed, 5 Nov 2014 18:32 EST
dormant bpi acct
I am waiting for your reply about dormant bpi acct.Do I have to see the consul for a signature card ?



doed the bank have my signature to compare with.It's a big deal for me to travel from Sacramento to sn Francisco.I am 72 yrs.old ,no one to drive me there. I am expecting an answer.Thanks.
arim
Tue, 4 Nov 2014 14:56 EST
expired passport
hello po i just have a real quick question about my expired passport? am i able to file for extension one yr for my passport? : cos im going philippines by january 15 2015 . whats the easit way to renew my passport??
jay b. casas
Sun, 5 Oct 2014 05:46 EDT
Good day po.
Pls. Inform my auntie ma.charity
Courie
Na My mother ma.vilma casas died October
5, 2014
, pls tell my auntie na we need help coz
Wala po kaming pera pra sa libing ng mama
Ko.
Ang address nya po is west covina California
Mitos Nieves
Mon, 29 Sep 2014 13:38 EDT
Red Ribbon
I need an authentication for my daughters birth certificate. She was born in Chico, Oroville, Butte County. Is this place under your jurisdiction? Can I just mail the document to have it authenticated?is there any other supporting document to submit? Kindly advice for proper procedure. Appreciate your assistance and prompt reply.
norma
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 06:49 EDT
defective phil passport
My passport is one of the defective passports as announced by dfa. What requirements do i have to submit so i can have it replaced? Is tthere a fee i have to pay?
salomeuy@sbcglobal.net
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 14:47 EDT
what documents or thing i need to bring with me to la consulate office to prove i am still alive in order to continue getting my late husband sss benefit.thanks in advance.
Shirley Remmert and Patricia King
Thu, 1 May 2014 12:42 EDT
Please find and return documents for authentication
By mistake I mailed power of attorney documents for authentication of notary signature. I was supposed to show them in person. I have not heard from your office. Are they in your office? Thank you for responding.
S. Remmert and P. King / Tel. 650-921-5533
Maria
Tue, 29 Apr 2014 06:30 EDT
Affidavit of support and consent
Hi please help me My 12 year daughter need to get a passport , as far as I know parent should be present to get her passport right?
Can my sister in the Philippines go with my 12 year old daughter with her to get her a passport and can make a affidavit of support stating that my sister can get her passport?

Please need help


Thanks
Roselene W.
Tue, 18 Mar 2014 11:28 EDT
Need advice
Hi,
My husband is a natural born US citizen and I am a former filipino citizen but not dual citizen yet, we bought a house and lot in Philippines and in the land title it has my husband name in it first. I just found out that foreigners that were not formerely filipino citizen cannot own land in the philippines. How can can I have my husband's name removed from the land title. Please advice. Thank you.

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