Nov 14, 2010

Philippine Consulate Extends Services

KAHULUI, Maui- Once again, the Philippine Consulate General (PCG) of Honolulu in coordination with Maui County Immigrant Services Division will extend its various consular services to Maui residents on November 27, 2010 from 9 am to 5 pm at the Maui Waena Intermediate School.  This activity is a part of the consular outreach program of the PCG.

 “We will receiving applications for the electronic passports as well as attend to other consular services such as but not limited to visa applications, dual citizenships, notarial and authentication services, and civil registry,” said  Paul Cortes, Deputy Consul General.

 “Unlike the Machine Readable Passport where applications may be pre-encoded, there is no need to pre-submit their passport applications before the actual outreach. Applicants will simply need to show up and wait for their turn for their applications to be attended to,” he added.

For further information, contact the PCG at  (808) 595-6316 extension 226.

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