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Consular Activities 2018

Please be informed that the Consulate does not provide mailing services.Should you wish to receive your passport or documents by mail, you are advised to make arrangements w/ courier services.

 

You may wish to provide the Consulate with a self-addressed postage-paid priority mail stamped envelope from the US Postal Service (w/ tracking number) or any other courier service except FedEx.

 

Please be further informed of the following:

  • Meter stamps are discouraged as they expire. Postage stamps should be used.
  • Priority mail flat rate envelopes from the US Postal Service with either 10 x 6 or 12.5 x 9.5 dimensions should be used.

The enveloped with 15 x 9.5 dimensions is discouraged as it entails extra and unnecessary cost for the client

 

For more information, call 212-764-1330  or send an email to consular.outreach@newyorkpcg.org

 

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Consular Saturday 2018    Consular OutReach 2018



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Welcome to the Philippine Consulate General, New York

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09 June 2011 - The Philippine Consulate General in New York reported that Vice President Jejomar Binay honored the Filipino community in the Northeast USA by his presence at the celebration of the 113th Anniversary of Philippine Independence this 2011.

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A nation is born by the desire of its people to govern themselves and direct the course of their lives. More than a century ago, Filipinos stood by that desire, bled and fell, and gave birth to the first republic in Asia. We commemorate that moment today, the 113th Independence Day of our nation, with the theme Kalayaan: Paninindigan ng Bayan.

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Calls on Filipino community to Support the SAVE Act Campaign

NEW YORK – His Excellency Jose L. Cuisia, Jr., new Philippine Ambassador to the United States, made a oneday visit to New York City on 18 May 2011 and met with the Filipino community, with members of the media and with the Philippine American Chamber of Commerce (PACC), at events hosted by The Hon. Mario L. de Leon, Jr. Consul General of the Philippines in New York at the Philippine Center.

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NEW YORK – on 7 May 2011 the Philippine Consulate General New York outreach team was at the VFW Center in Needham, Massachusetts providing assistance and advice to the members of the Filipino-American community in the Boston area.

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Philippine Consulate General New York

The Philippine Consulate General in New York provides services and assistance to Filipino nationals residing in the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

For residents of other states, please go to Embassy of the Philippines, Washington DC link.

Advisory: passportnypcg@yahoo.com Hacked!

The Consulate General would like to inform the public that our email address passportnypcg@yahoo.com was hacked into last 10 October 2014.

All correspondences sent from that account from that time on are NOT from the Consulate and should be disregarded.

Please use the following addresses for your Passport concerns:

General Inquiries

- passport@newyorkpcg.org


Passport Releasing

- passport.releasing@newyorkpcg.org

 Thank you.

For emergencies requiring assistance from the Philippine Consulate General in New York

 please call the Duty Officer Mobile Phone: (917) 294-0196

Passport Section - passport@newyorkpcg.org
Passport Releasing - passport.releasing@newyorkpcg.org
Legal Section - legal@newyorkpcg.org
Civil Registration - civilregistry@newyorkpcg.org
Dual Citizenship - dualsection@newyorkpcg.org
Visa Section - visa@newyorkpcg.org
Assistance to Nationals - atn@newyorkpcg.org