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REQUIREMENTS

IMPORTANT REMINDER

Please be reminded that applicant/s must personally sign the document/s in front of the officials of the Consulate General.

SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
AFFIDAVITS

General Affidavit

(Applicant's written statement confirmed by oath)

  1. Personal appearance of Filipino affiant/s (applicant/s).
  2. Completed General Affidavit form and copy.
  3. Two (2) copies of affiant’s passport and residence visa.
  4. Any other document(s) that will be requested by the processor.
  • For example, Affidavit on Discrepancy of Name in passport and birth certificate.  Applicant must bring original and 2 photocopies of PSA birth certificate. 

Affidavit of Support and Guarantee

(Applicant sponsors the visit of a family member/relative up to the 4th degree of consanguinity or affinity)

Pursuant to Memorandum Circular No. 036 dated 15 June 2015 or the Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT) Revised Guidelines on Departure Formalities for International-Bound Passengers, only those with at least a monthly salary of AED 3,500 may sponsor family member up to the 4th degree of consanguinity or affinity (Up to first cousin only). Those who do not meet the requirements shall follow the procedure for Company or Agency as Guarantor below.

Requirements: (Filipino Citizen as Guarantor)

  1. Personal appearance of the affiant (applicant/s).
  2. Completed Affidavit of Support and Guarantee form and copy.
  3. Two (2) copies of affiant's passport and residence visa.
  4. Two (2) copies of passport of person invited to UAE.
  5. Two (2) copies of visit/tourist visa (if available).
  6. Two (2) copies of proof of relation (PSA birth certificate, PSA marriage certificate), please present original document.

For example:  Applicant to sponsor  first cousin.  Applicant to present and provide copies of his/her birth certificate, birth/marriage certificate of his/her parents (whichever is available), birth certificate of his/her cousin, and  birth/marriage certificate of his/her cousin’s parents (whichever is available).

  1. Original and latest English Salary Certificate or Labor Employment Contract and copy.
  2. Any other document(s) that will be requested by the processor.

Affidavit of Consent to Travel

(Parents giving consent to someone to accompany travel of minor child)

  1. Personal appearance of Filipino affiant/s (applicant/s).
  2. Completed Affidavit of Consent to Travel form and copy.
  3. Two (2) copies of affiant's passport and residence visa.
  4. Any other document(s) that will be requested by the processor. 

Affidavit of Acknowledgement of Paternity and Use Surname of Father

(Father recognizes child and allows use his surname in child's birth certificate) 

  1. Personal appearance of affiant (applicant).
  2. Completed Affidavit of Acknowledgement of Paternity form and copy.
  3. Two (2) copies of affiant's passport and residence visa.
  4. Any other document(s) that will be requested by the processor. 

Joint Affidavit of Legitimation by Subsequent Marriage

(Legitimation of child’s birth certificate by virtue of marriage)

  1. Personal appearance of the affiants (applicant).
  2. Completed Joint Affidavit of Legitimation by Subsequent Marriage form and copy.
  3. Two (2) copies of affiant's passport and residence visa.
  4. Two (2) copies of PSA Birth certificate of the child.
  5. Two (2) copies of PSA Marriage Certificate/Contract of the parents. 

Affidavit of Delayed Registration of Birth/Marriage/Death

(Statement of applicant on reason for registration of birth/marriage/death beyond prescribed period of 1 year)

  1. Personal appearance of the affiant/s (applicant).
  2. Completed Affidavit of Delayed Registration form and copy.
  3. Two (2) copies of affiant's passport and residence visa.
  4. Any other document(s) that will be requested by the processor.
SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY

Special Power of Attorney

(Principal/Applicant grants authority to Attorney-in-Fact/Representative to act on his/her behalf)

Forms available from the Consulate's Website:

  • General SPA
  • SPA to obtain documents from various government offices in the Philippines
  • SPA to process passport and DSWD clearance of minor child 
  1. Personal appearance of Filipino principal/s (applicant).
  2. Completed Special Power of Attorney form and copy.
  3. Two (2) copies of affiant's passport and residence visa.
  4. Any other document(s) that will be requested by the processor.

Special Power of Attorney - Document/Form provided by third party such as bank, real estate company, PAG-IBIG, etc.

(Principal/Applicant grants authority to Attorney-in-Fact/Representative to act on his/her behalf)

  1. Personal appearance of Filipino principal/s (applicant).
  2. Original and copy of Special Power of Attorney provided by third party (e.g. bank, PAG-IBIG, real estate company).
  3. Two (2) copies of affiant's passport and residence visa.
  4. Any other document(s) that will be requested by the processor.
CERTIFICATION

Certificate of Appearance

(Confirmation that the applicant is presently residing/working in the UAE, and personally appeared before the official/s of the Consulate)

  1. Accomplished General Affidavit form stating the reason behind the need for Certificate of Appearance from the Consulate
  2. Two (2) copies of applicant's passport and residence visa
  3. Two (2) passport-size photo, if required by the agency/institution to which the Certificate will be submitted
  4. Any other document(s) that will be requested by the processor.

Certificate of Equivalency (Confirmation of degree obtained from Philippine higher institutions required by UAE-based companies or professional associations)

  1. Original and copy of valid DFA-authenticated (red ribbon) Certification, Authentication and Verification issued by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) or Department of Education (DepEd)
  2. Two (2) copies of applicant's passport

Note:  The validity of DFA Authentication Certificates are for five (5) years, unless specified by the attached document, as per FOREIGN SERVICE CIRCULAR No. 109-2016 Dated 15 March 2016.

Certificate of No Objection - Issuance of Foreign Passport to Infant whose either mother or father is a Filipino national
  1. Original and copy of the birth certificate issued by the UAE Ministry of Health and attested by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA)
  2. Original and copy of passports and residence visas of parents
  3. Original and copy of marriage contracts of parents
ATTESTATION

Attestation of DFA's Authentication Certificate

 

  1. Original and copy of document authenticated by the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (e.g., PSA-issued birth certificate, marriage contract, school records, NBI, etc)
  2. Copy of applicant's passport 

Note:  The validity of DFA Authentication Certificates are for five (5) years, unless specified by the attached document, as per FOREIGN SERVICE CIRCULAR No. 109-2016 Dated 15 March 2016. 

Attestation of MOFA Sticker

  1. Original and copy of document authenticated by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs (e.g., trade license, school records, etc.)
  2. Copy of applicant's passport
Attestation of Foreign Nationals’ Documents (e.g., Special Power of Attorney, Contract to Sell, Memorandum of Agreement, etc.)
  1. Original and copy of document authenticated by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  2. Two (2) copies of applicant’s passport.

Note:  Depending on the type of legal document, documents may need to go through the notary public or the Chamber of Commerce or the Ministry of Justice or other relevant UAE government agencies prior submission to the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs for attestation.

WARNING! Any spurious or tampered documents submitted for Notarization/ Attestation are subject to outright seizure upon proper determination by the Consular Officer. Holder of said documents, as well as fixers will be prosecuted. Payment for the document found to be spurious will be forfeited.

NBI CLEARANCE

For those who are in Dubai and Northern Emirates and require NBI Clearance, the following are the steps in securing NBI Clearance from the Philippines.

  • New or First Time to Secure NBI Clearance
Fingerprints to be taken at the Consulate
Fingerprints to be taken by UAE Police/CID Officials 

1. Book an appointment at the NBI Clearance appointment portal at the Consulate’s website,  http://www.dubaipcg.dfa.gov.ph/nbi-clearance-appointment-system 

2. Come to the Notarials Section of the Consulate on the date and time of your appointment.

3. Accomplish the NBI Form 5 and the Special Power of Attorney,      http://dubaipcg.dfa.gov.ph/images/2018/Special_Power_Of Attorney-nbi-bc-mc-etc.pdf, authorizing your representative in the Philippines to submit our requirements to the NBI, the Department of Foreign Affairs, and the UAE Embassy Manila.

Consulate processor to take the fingerprints of the applicant.

For this service, you will be required to submit the following documents to the Philippine Consulate:

  • Original and photocopy of accomplished Special Power Attorney (SPA)
  • Original and photocopy of NBI Application form with Fingerprint
  • One (1) 2x2 ID photo with white background to be attached in the NBI Form 5
  • Four (4) copies of applicant’s passport identification page.

4. Applicant to pay corresponding fee to the cashier.

Notarization of SPA:  AED100

Notarization of NBI:   AED100

5. Return on the date and time of release indicated in the receipt.

1. Secure NBI Clearance Application Form (NBI Form No. 5) from the Philippine Consulate. The form is free and not for sale.

2. Fill out Form 5 and go to the nearest CID/police station for fingerprinting, which should be rolled impressions. The one who took the fingerprint impression must sign on the Form. 

3. Return to the Philippine Consulate to have the NBI Form 5 notarized and to apply for a Special Power of Attorney (SPA) authorizing your representative in the Philippines to submit accomplished Form 5 to NBI.  Upon release of NBI Clearance, your representative will also request for the authentication of document with the DFA, and apply for the attestation of the NBI clearance at the UAE Embassy-Manila. 

For this service, you will be required to submit the following documents to the Philippine Consulate:

  • Original and photocopy of accomplished Special Power Attorney (SPA)
  • Original and photocopy of NBI Application form with Fingerprint Specimen and signature of Police Officer.
  • One (1) 2x2 ID photo with white background to be attached in the NBI Form 5
  • Four (4) copies of applicant’s passport identification page.

4. Applicant to pay corresponding fee to the cashier.

Notarization of SPA:  AED100

Notarization of NBI:   AED100

5. Return on the date and time of release indicated in the receipt. 

The Consulate General accepts cash payments only.

  • Renewal of NBI Clearance
NBI ISSUED FROM 2011-BEYOND
  1. Applicants who were previously issued NBI Clearance Certificates dated 2011 and beyond will have their Certificates authenticated first by the Information and Communication Technology Division (ICTD).
  1. Together with the above, attach a 2x2 picture taken within three (3) months before application, photocopy of passport or valid Identification Card issued by the country of his/her residence abroad and two hundred pesos (P200.00) in money order or bank draft addressed to the NBI Director;
  1. Send the documents to:

Ms. SANDRA P. SOBIDA
Mailed Clearance Section
3rd Floor, NBI Clearance Bldg.,
UN Avenue, Ermita, Manila
 
Should a relative would hand-carry the documents, a SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY (SPA) is required.

  1. Other than the instructions above, applicants are also required to register online at www.nbi-clearance.com.

Applicant will sign-up and sign-in to fill-out all the personal information thereat until a Reference Number appears on the screen.

Copy this Reference Number which will serve as the NBI Code in the retrieval of the encoded data and verification of status of application;

NBI ISSUED FROM 2014-PRESENT
  1. If renewal was issued from 2014 to present and there is NO CORRECTION in the name, place and date of birth, applicant need not register online.

All requirements mentioned in Item No. 2 together with the Certificate dated 2014 to present to be sent to the above-mentioned address;

  1. Processing of applications will take a maximum of five (5) days upon receipt of documents.
  2. Upon receipt of Clearance Certificate, examine it for the presence of embossed NBI dry-seal. Affix right thumb-mark on the space provided for.

NOTE:  Apply for a SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY at the Philippine Consulate General Dubai for the submission of your application for renewal of clearance at the NBI office, authentication of your NBI Clearance by the Department of Foreign Affairs and its attestation by the UAE Embassy-Manila. 


Modes of release of notarial documents

  • Applicant to personally pick-up the document from the notarial Section at designated date and time of release. Applicants must bring original receipt.
  • Applicant’s authorized representative to pick-up the document at designated date and time of release. Authorized representative must present and submit: (1) original receipt of transaction; (2) original authorization letter from applicant; (3) photocopy of applicant’s passport with signature; and (4) photocopy of authorized representative’s passport with signature.
  • Applicant may also wish to authorize his/her preferred courier service provider to pick-up his/her document at the Consulate General. Authorized courier personnel must present and submit: (1) original receipt of transaction; (2) original authorization letter from applicant; and (3) photocopy of applicant’s passport with signature. 

CONSULAR HOURS AND SCHEDULE OF FEES 

 

CONSULAR HOURS
"Sundays - Thursdays (except legal holidays)"
PASSPORT  
Passport  Appointment 8:00am – 3:30pm (Cut-off)
Passport  Releasing/Collection 8:00am – 12:00nn/1:00pm–5:00pm
NOTARIALS  
Notarization of Documents 8:00am – 2:00pm 

Releasing of Notarial Documents

3:00pm – 5:00pm
CIVIL REGISTRATION  
Birth 8:00am  3:30pm
Marriage
8:00am  3:30pm
(Cut-off Sundays to Wednesdays only)
Death 8:00am  3:30pm
VISA  
Application of Visa 8:00am  11:30am (Cut-off)
Releasing of Visa 4:00pm - 5:00 pm
CASHIER  
Cashier
4:00pm (Cut-off) 
No transaction is accepted beyond this period
SCHEDULE OF FEES
Acknowledgement  AED 100
Affidavit/Certification 100
Attestation 100
Certified True Copy 100
The Consulate General accepts cash payments only.