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Philippine Embassy for Germany

Philippine Embassy in Germany

Address: Luisenstrasse 16
City: 10117 Berlin-Mitte (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.:  030-8 64 95 00
Fax: 030-8 73 25 51
Emergencies tel.: +49 0173 5215703
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 16.00
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 13.00 

The main services provided by the Embassy include:

  • Visas
  • Births, deaths and marriages
  • Passports and emergency travel documents
  • Travel advice
  • Legalisation Service
  • Notarial services, etc.

Sunday, 19 November 2006 All Filipino nationals are encouraged to register at the Philippine Embassy for purposes of identification, protection, and notification of relatives, particularly in cases of emergency. A certificate of identity and registration shall be issued to every Filipino who registers at the Embassy. Registration and issuance of the certificate is free of charge.

The Embassy has shifted to the new electronic e-Passport in March 2011. Since then, it has stopped issuing the Green Passport and the Machine-Readable Passport (MRP). Filipino citizens may apply for or renew their Philippine passports only in Berlin now because the Philippine Consulate General in Frankfurt closed on 31 July 2012.

Filipino citizens living in southern Germany can also renew their Philippine passports at the Philippine Embassies in Berne, Switzerland or Vienna, Austria. And those living in western Germany can renew their passports in the Philippine Embassy in Brussels, Belgium. They are advised to contact these Philippine Embassies of neighboring EU countries first for an appointment. In the same manner, Filipino citizens living in neighboring countries like Denmark and Poland can renew their Philippine passports in Berlin.

The cost of renewing a passport and applying for a new passport has been lowered to €54.- starting on 01 November 2012, regardless of whether the old passport is expiring or has already expired. Please click here for the new schedule of consular fees.

There is no need for an appointment to renew a Philippine passport in Berlin. Personal appearance in Berlin is required because the biometric data of the applicant including the photograph, thumbprints and signature must be captured electronically at the Embassy. Applicants are no longer required to submit passport quality photos, but only two ordinary photos for registration purposes.

German nationals and other foreign nationals from one hundred fifty one (151) countries covered under Foreign Service Circular (FSC) No. 90-13 and Executive Order No. 408 are allowed to enter the Philippines without a visa for a period of stay of thirty (30) days or less. Nationals from these countries may enter the Philippines without a visa, provided these foreign nationals are holders of passports valid at least six (6) months beyond their contemplated stay, and hold tickets departing from the Philippines to their country of origin or another country of destination.

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