Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Tuesday, 10 March 2015

The Philippine Embassy in Brussels is pleased to announce it will conduct a Consular Mobile Outreach Mission in Luxembourg City on:


Date:        22 March 2015, SUNDAY
Time:        10:00 am to 12:00 noon
1:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Venue:    Paroisse du Sacré-Couer salle (Sacred Heart Parish community social hall)
#2 Rue du Fort Elisabeth
L-1463 Luxembourg


Services To Be Rendered:
•    Passport renewal (to be determined, please email This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it or        
telephone numbers +32-02 340 33 73 and +32- 02 340 33 74 for confirmation)
•    Registration as an Overseas Filipino voter
•    Filing of notice to the Embassy of Change of Address (related to overseas voting)
•    Acceptance of passport applications
•    Legalization of documents (affidavits, special power-of-attorney, SPA, authentication)
•    Civil registry applications (reports of births, marriages and death)
•    Petitions for renunciation of Philippine citizenship
•    Tourist Visa 9(a)

Filipinos residing in Germany, particularly those who are in Saarland and Rheinland Pfalz, may wish to avail themselves of any of the above-mentioned services.
To register, please contact the Philippine Embassy in Brussels via email at: This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it .
In your email, please write your name, mobile number and transaction you request. You will get a confirmation from the Embassy of the time slot reserved for you.
Please be reminded that only applications with COMPLETE DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS will be processed. It is therefore important for the applicant to review thoroughly the basic requirements of every application. As all applications will be processed in Brussels, Belgium, please provide a self-addressed envelope with

€9,00 or make sure to purchase Belgian stamps together with your application.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 March 2015 )
Call for Filipino Organizations in Germany
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Tuesday, 10 March 2015


To maintain an updated roster of Filipino organizations in the Federal Republic of Germany, the Philippine Embassy calls on Filipino organization heads/leaders to register their organizations with the Philippine Embassy.

Please send an email stating your interest to be mentioned in the Embassy website through This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it and provide the following details:

Name of Organization
Name of Main Representative
Complete Mailing Address
Phone Number
List of Organization Officers
Organization By Laws


Are you a registered organization (e.V.) – Yes or No
Existing Filipino organizations may also wish to update their contact details on the Embassy website. Only the names of the organizations, its representative/s and their contact coordinates will be published in the Philippine Embassy website.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 10 March 2015 )
Resident Election Registration Board
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Monday, 09 March 2015
To all interested parties:
Please be informed that the Resident Election Registration Board (RERB) of the Philippine Embassy in Berlin, Germany will convene on:
Date:            16 March 2015
Time:            2:00 pm
Venue:         Consular Section
                    Embassy of the Philippines
                    Uhlandstrasse 97, 10715 Berlin

for the purpose of conducting a hearing on applications received for registration / certification and other petitions for purposes of the Overseas Absentee Voting Registration for the period 02 February 2015 to 27 February 2015.
Any interested party who objects to the application of any person in the following list may file their opposition in writing addressed to the RERB. 
The last day to file an opposition to an individual application for registration or certification shall be on 9 March 2015.
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Wednesday, 04 March 2015

Date:         27 FEBRUARY 2015

All Filipino passport holders who are residing in Germany are informed that the Department of Foreign Affairs is now undergoing a transition period on the E-Passport System.

There is a possibility that the DFA will encounter difficulties in passport production due to this transition.  All Filipino passport applicants are advised that, in addition to applying for a new passport, you may extend the validity of your current passport by one year if it has not yet expired.   Those whose passports have already expired may need to set an appointment with their Ausländerbehörden immediately.

For those who wish to extend their passports, you need to fill up and sign a request for the service.  Applicants will be charged 18.00 Euros for the said service.  If you have questions about the revalidation or extension, please write us at This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it

The request form for the service may be downloaded HERE.

The request form for the service is also available at the Consular Section of the Philippine Embassy.

Last Updated ( Monday, 09 March 2015 )
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Wednesday, 04 March 2015


Die Öffnungszeiten der Botschaft für Dienstleistungen sind jeweils Montag bis Freitag von 9.00h bis 13.00h - außer an Feiertagen. In dringenden Fällen rufen Sie bitte das Notfalltelefon unter der Nummer 0173 521 5703 an.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 March 2015 )
More Filipino dual citizens in Germany starting 2015
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Thursday, 26 February 2015
Effective 20 December 2014, children born in Germany after 01 January 2000 to parents who, upon said birth, 1) were both foreigners and 2) one parent has stayed in Germany legally for 8 years, and 3) the child has grown up in Germany, can now opt for both German citizenship and the citizenship of their parent’s country when they turn twenty one (21).  Previously, children born to foreign parents had to face the difficult decision of choosing only one citizenship upon reaching twenty one (21).  For many who were born of Filipino parents, this meant choosing German citizenship over Filipino citizenship.

The amended German citizenship law (German Nationality Act or StAG) has now abolished the exclusivity rule that obliged children born in Germany of foreigner parents to choose one citizenship over the other citizenship (Optionspflicht).  Children born of foreigner (non-German) parents in Germany after 01 January 2000 can now have  both citizenships.  However there is a condition that they should have grown up in Germany. This means they have been in Germany for eight (8) years or attended a school in Germany for six (6) years, or graduated from school or occupational training in Germany.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 26 February 2015 )
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