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The production of a passport is done in the Philippines. The Consulate has no control over the production of a passport or its shipment to Canada.


A Visa is an endorsement made on a travel document by a consular officer denoting that the visa application has been properly examined and that the bearer is permitted to proceed to the Philippines and request permission from the Philippine Immigration authorities to enter the country.


Any legal document such as Special Power of Attorney (SPA), Affidavit, Parental Travel Permit, Deed of Sale, and Certification to be used in the Philippines but executed in Canada and are required to be Acknowledged by the Philippine Consulate General to be valid in the Philippines.

Dual Citizenship

RA 9225 (Dual Citizenship Act), otherwise known as the Citizenship Retention and Reacquisition Act, declares that natural born Filipinos who were naturalized in other countries could reacquire or retain their Philippine citizenship after undergoing the procedure provided for under the law.

Civil Registry

Vital or Civil Registration is the recording in the appropriate civil registers, vital acts and events that affect the civil status of individuals.

NBI / Police Clearance

The Philippine Consulate General (PCG) consularizes the NBI Form No. 5 (Fingerprint Card form) which is required in obtaining the NBI Clearance from the Philippines

Overseas Voting

By virtue of Republic Act No. 9189, as amended by Republic Act  No. 10590, all Filipino citizens, who are at least 18 years old by 9 May 2022, and are  not disqualified by law, may register as an Overseas Voter for purposes of participating in the May 2022 Presidential Elections.

Assistance to Nationals

The promotion of the welfare and well-being and the protection of the rights of all overseas Filipinos is a declared policy of the Philippine government.