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Honorary ConsulFernandino T. Lising
AddressUnited Philippine Lines, Inc., UPI Building 1
One Fort Santiago, Sta. Clara Str.
Intramuros, Manila
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 527.7491
international: +63.2.527.7491
Faxlocal: (02) 527.1603
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Zarah
Fri, 1 Apr 2016 14:04 EDT
Mary
Hi Mary my name in Fb is Zarah Mae Vinuya (zarahmaevinuya@gmail.com) email is preferable too. Please contact me soon. I asked about the documents that me and my Polish bf will need to get married here in the Philippines he is currently in UK now. my message was on Feb 17 and you replied at Feb 23. Thanks a lot.
Len Ceb
Wed, 9 Mar 2016 14:38 EST
Local Capacity for marriage
My Polish boyfriend who is currently in London will marry me this year. Where should he file for legal capacity for marriage here? Can he do it in Cebu alone? or should we go to Manila together?
Jeanie
Thu, 3 Mar 2016 19:33 EST
Help! I want to know the process getting a Visa to Poland.
I am married to a Polish citizen here in the Philippines, I am wondering how can I get the visa going to Poland and what is the step by step process in obtaining such visa.

My email is juanaperla@gmail.com
Thank you so much in advance.
Mary
Tue, 23 Feb 2016 04:31 EST
Zarah
Can u give your name in Fb and I can search you and we can talk there! Make it sure you can help your bf to process...i can give an idea as long as I can.
zarah
Wed, 17 Feb 2016 03:54 EST
mary
Please help me. I have a Polish bf and we are planning on getting married here in the Philippines. Can you help me on the steps that we need to do to get all our paper works ready. Thank you so much in advance for all the help.
Wojciech Tomczyk
Wed, 16 Dec 2015 02:46 EST
A note to Miss Confused
Traditionally in Poland, if a husband;s name ends with -SKI, wife;s name ends with -SKA.
As it is confusing for Westerners, like in the US, often wife;s name is written exactly as husband;s name which in fact is incorrect.
Try to have a correct name ending with -SKA.
Visa- visa issued by any EU mamber country permits travelling inside the Schengen area - any country which is a member of EU.
I suggest to contact Polish embassy in Kuala Lumpur and write them an e-mail. Do not waste time.
Wojciech Tomczyk
Wed, 16 Dec 2015 02:30 EST
A notee to Miss Jenalyn
I suggest to contact directly Polish embassy in Kuala Lumpur which also responds to enquires from The Philippines. Simply send them an e-mail and ask questions.
If you still have problems, write a note on this forum.
jenalyn
Tue, 8 Dec 2015 22:22 EST
how to get certificate legal capacity
i had a boyfriend polish planning to get married next year 2016.. how to apply online for legal capacity certificate to be release at polish embassy manila
MsConfused
Wed, 18 Nov 2015 11:21 EST
WHICH IS WHICH?
Im a Filipina. My boyfriend is a Polish citizen. We're getting married next year first few months. He lives in Ireland for 10years and counting (he's not an Ireland citizen) , and we will live in Ireland together-soon. Now, where he can get his Legal Capacity? We dont have Polish Embassy here in Phils.

I am applying Visa and change last name (here in Phils) -His last three letters of his last name is "....SKI". Which last name am gonna use? Is it "....SKI" or am gonna use "......SKA"?

Am I getting a Poland Visa or Ireland Visa? Where to get Visa? What are the requirements?

Please help me guys! Looking forward for your answers here.
ARCEE
Wed, 18 Nov 2015 00:55 EST
Does anyone of you guys experienced a visa refusal?? Please do let me know kung ano ginawa nyo? I applied here sa Netherlands Embassy, Manila. Thanks in advace.

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