The Philippine Consulate General is located at the World Trade Center Office Complex, 999 Canada Place, Suite 660 Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3E1
The Consulate is open from:
except on Philippine & Canadian holidays.
The Consulate is closed on:
June 12 (Tue) - Philippine Independence Day
Notice to Passport Applicants
Personal appearance is required for all passport applicants.
Applicants are encouraged to book an appointment online for their convenience.
The New Schedule of Fees effective 01 February 2015:
|Replacement of lost regular passport|
|Replacement of lost e-Passport||187.50|
|Temporary Visitor 9(a) non-restricted|
|Single entry (3 months)||37.50|
| Multiple entry (6 months)||75.00|
| Multiple entry (12 months)||112.50|
|Temporary visitor 9(a) restricted|
| Single entry ONLY (3 months)||50.00|
|Transit visa 9(b) STAY NOT MORE THAN 72 HOURS|
| Single entry (3 months) non-restricted||25.00|
Single entry (3 months) restricted
|Seaman Visa - Individual 9(c)||25.00|
|Crew List Visa|
|40 or less crew||125.00|
40 - 100 crew
|101 - 200 crew||250.00|
|in excess of 200 crew||312.50|
|Treaty Trader/Investor Visa 9(d)||500.00|
|Student Visa 9(f)||312.50|
|Pre-arrange employment visa 9(g)||500.00|
|Special non-immigrant visa 47(a) (2)||500.00|
|Other Special Non-immigrant visas|
|Non-quota immigrant visa under sec. 13 (a-g)||187.50|
|Quota immigrant visa||200.00|
|NOTARIAL AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES|
|Solemnization of Marriage||75.00|
|Report of Birth/Marriage/Death||31.25|
|Any other certificate||31.25|
|Expedite Fee per document (for Notarials only)||12.50|
Advisory on New Schedule of Fees for Consular Services
27 January 2015 - Starting February 1, 2015 new fees will be collected for passports, travel documents, visas and other consular services of the Philippine Consulate General in Vancouver, as well as at its full-service consular outreach missions.
The new fees will be also collected by the Philippine Consular Office in Edmonton, Alberta, for visas and notarial services.
The new schedule of fees for all services is indicated below.
The adjustment in fees is the first since September 2007, and the first increase in passport fees since the Philippine machine-readable passport, and subsequently the biometric e-passport, were introduced in Canada.
The adjustments were made due to foreign exchange fluctuations and were determined based on a study by the Department of Foreign Affairs in the Philippines.
The adjustments are necessary to enable the Philippine Foreign Service in Canada to continue to provide quality and timely services to its clientele and extend its reach to underserved regions.
Increasing the passport fee will also help to ensure convenient travel for Filipinos through one of the most advanced passport systems available, which fully complies with international standards established for passport issuance.