The Department of Foreign Affairs said it was closing several of its consular offices and passport processing sites until Jan. 20 due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases among its personnel.
Passport processing and releasing will resume on Jan. 21, the DFA said in its advisory.
Here are the schedules of the temporary closure of consular offices (CO) and temporary off-site passport services (TOPS)
CO La Union (Jan. 10-14)
CO NCR East
CO NCR North
TOPS Robinsons Novaliches
DFA Office of Consular Affairs in Aseana Business Park, Parañaque City
CO NCR Central
CO NCR Northeast
CO NCR South
CO NCR West
CO San Pablo
TOPS Newport Mall
TOPS Robinsons Las Pinas
TOPS Robinsons San Pedro Laguna
TOPS SM Manila
TOPS SM Mall of Asia
TOPS SM North Edsa
When is my new passport appointment?
The DFA advised passport applicants originally scheduled at its ASEANA office to wait for an email with details on their new appointment. The email will be sent to the email address used to book the application.
The new schedule of appointments is as follows:
For those with appointments in temporary off-site passport services from Jan. 12-14, the new schedule is as follows:
Passport applicants affected by the said changes are advised to contact the DFA for more details.
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