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ATTENTION: (11 Jul 2021) -- Due to the current restriction measures pursuant to the declaration of Emergency PPKM in Indonesia stemming from the resurgence of Covid-19 infections, consular transactions at the embassy will be by appointment only. Kindly read the latest update on consular services for details.

The Department of Foreign Affairs – Overseas Voting Secretariat (DFA-OVS) reminds all Filipinos, who are already in the Philippines, that the deadline of applications for the transfer of registration records from Overseas to the Philippines may be filed through COMELEC’s Field Offices from 11 to 30 October 2021, Mondays to Friday only, except for the last Saturday.

Meanwhile, Filipinos who will be abroad from 10 April – 09 May 2022 are encouraged to register as overseas voters before the 14 October 2021 registration deadline.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Filipinos who are experiencing difficulties travelling to the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate for voter registration/ voter record concerns may avail of the COMELEC-Office for Overseas Voting’s (OFOV) Virtual Frontline Services (VFS) until 7 October 2021.

The VFS, however, pertains only to transactions where the applicant has existing voter registration records with complete biometric data such as:

  1. Certification as an overseas voter (this pertains to those who have existing voter records in the Philippines and are now applying to vote abroad);
  2. Reactivation of Overseas Voter Registration Records (OVRRs);
  3. Updating of addresses and contact information; and
  4. Transfer of voting records between different international locations and from overseas back to the Philippines.

Interested VFS applicants can fill up their application form (OVF-1) by using the i-Rehistro system on COMELEC’s website https://irehistro.comelec.gov.ph/irehistro/ovf1 and submit the scanned copy of their duly accomplished OVF-1 to COMELEC-OFOV:

  • by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ;

Upon receipt of the application, COMELEC-OFOV will schedule a videoconference with the applicant for identity verification and oath taking.

However, new registrants as overseas voters and those whose biometric data have yet to be captured are required to set an appointment and personally appear at their nearest Embassy or Consulate. The directory of Philippine Embassies and Consulates may be accessed through this link: https://dfa.gov.ph/about/dfa-directory/our-foreign-service-posts-dfa.

To request for an appointment with Philippine Embassy in Jakarta, click on this link: https://tinyurl.com/2xkchwaa.  

Let’s continue to strengthen our democracy. It’s our right and duty.

REGISTER AND VOTE!