In compliance with the implementation of the Emergency Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM), effective immediately and until further notice, the Philippine Embassy in Jakarta Consular Section will accommodate clients strictly on an appointment basis (except releasing/claiming of consular documents). The following services will be available:
- Overseas Voters Registration
- Passport (New, Renewal, Extension/Amendment)
- Travel Document
- Acknowledgement, Affidavit/Oath, Jurat and other Notarials
- Report of Marriage, Report of Birth and other Civil Registration matters
- Consular Mortuary Certificate and Report of Death
- Capturing of fingerprints for NBI form
- Visa (only for those exempted from the prevailing suspension of visa issuance)
For your own safety, please refrain from going to the Embassy unless you have an extremely urgent transaction and you have received a confirmed appointment .
To request for an appointment please click the following link: https://tinyurl.com/2xkchwaa .
Releasing and claiming of passports and consular-related documents will be accommodated on a walk-in basis, Mondays to Fridays, strictly from 1:00pm to 2:45 pm only.
(ika-1 ng Hulyo 2021) -- Pinag-iingat at pina-aalalahanan ng Embahada ng Republika ng Pilipinas sa Jakarta ang lahat ng mga Pilipino patungkol sa patuloy na tumataas na bilang ng arawang-tala ng bagong kaso ng Covid-19 sa kapuluan ng Indonesia.
Ang madaling pag-kapit ng bagong “Delta variant” ng SARS-CoV-2 virus ang tinuturing na dahilan sa mabilis na pagkalat ng Covid-19 sa bansa, bukod pa sa panunumbalik ng kumpyansa ng ilan at pagwawalang-bahala sa mga babala at itinalagang panuntunan ng mga eksperto sa kalusugan at lokal na otoridad ng Indonesia. Ang paalalang mag-ingat ay para sa ating lahat kahit pa ang ilan ay maaaring nakapag-pabakuna na.
Nakiki-isa ang embahada sa panawagan ng pamahalaan ng Indonesia para sa karagdagang pagsunod at pag-unawa sa mas pina-igting na mga patakaran patungkol sa pagkilos ng mga mamamayan na ipatutupad sa mga susunod na araw.
Ang pagsasakripisyo ng bawa’t isa at sama-samang pagtututulungan sa panahon ng pandemiya ang makakapag-pabilis sa pag-ahon nating lahat mula sa kasalukuyang pagsubok.
(30 Jun 2021) -- Pursuant to Resolution No. 123-B dated 28 June 2021 issued by the Inter-Agency Task Force on the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) of the Republic of the Philippines the following are the entry policies applicable for arriving diplomats in the Philippines:
- Diplomats arriving in the Philippines shall be exempted from the inbound arrival quota imposed by the Department of Transportation (DoTr).
- The following testing and quarantine protocols on foreign delegations shall be adopted in cases of foreign law enforcement officers who will enter the Philippines in connection with the implementation of treaty obligations on extradition, mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, and transfer of sentenced persons, including those who will accept the physical transfer of custody of the person being deported to the country of nationality or origin:
a.) If less than 72 hours in the country, a negative RT-PCR test result taken within 48 hours prior to departure from the country of origin shall be presented.
b.) If more than 72 hours in the country, RT-PCR test shall be conducted upon arrival.
Diplomats who are not new arrivals and are holding valid diplomatic visas do not need an entry exemption document to re-enter the Philippines.(Note No. 2021-2795 / 18 Jun 2021)