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Philippine flag Embassy of Philippines in Phnom Penh

AddressNo. 182 Preah Norodom Blvd.
Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon
Phnom Penh 12301
Phonelocal: (023) 222.303
international: +855.23.222.303
Faxlocal: (023) 215.143
international: +855.23.215.143
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Kim Socheat Sakda
Wed, 14 Dec 2016 04:40 EST
Dear Sir,

Could you please tell me how many Philippines working in Cambodia?
Mariz Sulapas
Wed, 9 Nov 2016 22:55 EST
Good am mam,sir ask ko lang po kong ano po requirements to apply a new passport sa philippine embassy phnomphenn..may passport expired on MAY 27 2017 at kelan po ako dapat mag apply ng new passport?dahil renew visa po namin ngaun november 28...salamat po sana po matulongan nyo ako sa mga tanong ko po
Aimee Bas
Sun, 10 Apr 2016 04:20 EDT
Filipino Staying in Cambodia for more than 21 days

I understand that I'm allowed to stay in Cambodia for 21 days. I haven't found any information or guidelines on what I should do in case I plan to stay longer.

Sat, 19 Dec 2015 07:06 EST
any filipino club here?
I just came -2weeks ago and would like to join any Filipino social group. I am from Laguna, Phil. but reside now in Germany as I'm married to a german.
Thu, 17 Sep 2015 02:03 EDT
Hello, sir
I would like to ask you , how long can Cambodian visit Philllipine without visa ?
angelita c. manatad
Wed, 10 Jun 2015 05:35 EDT
renewal passport
gud afternoon po sir ,mam...ask ko lng po kung anjan na po passport ko,at ung ky merley leperme,,mgkasabay po kse kme kumuha non last april 6 2015 ..salamat po..
Fri, 5 Jun 2015 10:47 EDT
Sending money to the Philippines

I want to introduce to you:
Transferring money service to the Philippines.

Currently, it's available in Vietnam only, but if you come over to Vietnam, or if you have acquaintance in Vietnam, you may consider to send via us.

Here is a personal service which requires trust.
It already established nearly 2 years in the Philippines,
mostly Vietnamese work in the Phils use this service to send money back to Vietnam.

Now, we want to develop the service to send money from Vietnam to the Phils.

How it works:
You send money (VND) to our Vietnam bank accounts, then we will send money (peso) to the bank account you want to send to in the Phils.

For starting, to build trust,
the FIRST time, you can come over to my place, my partner in the Phils will send money to your bank account in the Phils first, then you can give me money in cash, or send to our bank account in Vietnam.
For 2nd time onward, everything need to be through bank account and online.

Its fast and no hassle with reasonable/affordable price.

For exchange rate, we calculate based on:
VND USD buying rate of Vietcombank in Vietnam.
USD PHP selling rate of BPI in the Philippines.

For our service fee, its 1.5% per transaction.
(We consider a service fee of 1% per transaction with high amount).

For example, if you want to send 30,000 PHP to the Philippines.
Our service fee is 1.5% * 30,000 = 450 PHP.
Total is 30,450 PHP.
USD exchange rate (selling) as of May 23, 2015 of BPI is 45.02
So 30,450/45.02 = 676.366 USD
USD exchange rate (buying) as of May 23, 2015 of Vietcombank is 21,830
So 676.366 * 21,830 = 14,765,000

So, to have 30,000 PHP in your account in the Philippines,
You need to give us 14,765,000 VND in Vietnam.

+ Minimal fee of 150,000 VND or 300php is applied for amount of 500 usd or 10 million VND or less than that.
+ We prefer VND instead of USD.
+ We prefer BDO and BPI

So far, from May 25 to Jun 5, 2015, I've done transactions with 6 Filipinos in HCMc, total amount is 202,450 php

Contact me for the service and more info!
Disregard if this bother you!

Maraming Salamat!
Sat, 23 May 2015 02:11 EDT
authenticated affidavit of support
Hello,I am filipia I was about to fly Cambodia to visit my friend Ms. Ratha Song a Cambodia citizen who provided a copy of her passport a work certificates an invitation letter and live birth certificate of her together with that was a wedding invitation I was about to experience and witness Cambodian wedding of her sibling.I was been offloaded last may 2 2015 at terminal 3 in manila I dunno the reason why, the immigration officer asking me to tell my friend to go our Philippine embassy in Cambodia to take the authenticated affidavit of support from our embassy, but then my friend told me its not allow to other nationality I wonder why the immigration asked me to take that letter from our embassy if cannot provided it. please help me to find the answer for all this. I think its my privilege as an individual to experience pleasure sometimes and experience new culture. possessing the legal passport under my name issued by dfa I don't have criminal record I don't understand why I cannot travel as I learned from Cambodian embassy manila we member of asean country we are entitled to 21 days visit in Cambodia all I wish is to travel to experience discover new place new things and new culture hope you can help me to find my solution for this. thank you
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 08:02 EST
Hiring a Filipino to work in Cambodia
I own of a hostel Siem Reap. I would like to hire a friend from the Philippines to work full time at my hostel.

Please inform me on how I would go about doing this? What forms do I need to complete etc?

Many thanks!
Mon, 17 Nov 2014 09:56 EST
How does Chinese apply travelling Visa?
hi,can you tell how does Chinese apply travelling Visa of Philippines?

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