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BigHans

   I am preparing to come from Davao to apply for my son's US passport.  I submitted his CRBA there, and as I recall the hours were 9AM-11 on a walk in basis. Does the consulate have passport forms or do I need to get them printed out somewhere?  Thanks, Hans 

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BossHog
Does the consulate have passport forms or do I need to get them printed out somewhere?

 

You need a DS-11. Fill it out online and then print it before you go...

 

but don't sign it until they ask you to.

 

http://manila.usembassy.gov/service/passports/first-passport-application-for-u.s.-citizens-under-age-16-

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delancey

This is current information (April 2016):

 

Contact them: [email protected]

 

They will send you instructions. A letter of request for appointment in almost this exact format will be requested, if you want a head start:

 

Parents Contact Details

Main Contact

Applicant Details (child)

Your availability for the next 90 days.

 

They will then send you a specific appointment date and specific time via email. Print it to show them at the consulate.

 

Of course, maybe you can just show up in practice but I don't think I'd chance it based on the above.

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BigHans

 Thanks for the update. I tried Cebu and Manila's telephone #s and kept getting recordings that they were not yet in service. Do you know if they require an actual letter or if an email request will do?  What is the procedure for Manila? I assume it is much worse, I return to the US on June 23rd. Any info is appreciated,  

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Jawny

Today is a holiday, so not likely anyone there to answer. If you call the Cebu consulate, they will typically answer before doors open. After that, not likely.

 

Sounds like the earliest you can expect to make contact is tomorrow.

 

There is a process where one parent can take the child in, so long as some documents are provided. This is explained in the link above.

 

The appointment process seems like the best way to go since it is unpredictable how many may come before you in Cebu.

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delancey

I will be there by early June weeks before you leave. I will try to ask them in person the best method for your son's PP appointment, if you don't find out first.

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perrya

Do they also conduct the K1 visa interview for those who live closer to Cebu? Or is it just Manila only?

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perrya

If your inquiry pertains to matters concerning the American Citizens Services, such as U.S. passports, Consular Reports of Birth Abroad, notarials, legal capacity to marry and emergency situations of U.S. citizens in the Philippines, you will receive a reply within three to five (3-5) business days. For further assistance please phone (6332) 231-1261 press 2 then 0.

 

 

 

However, YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE from this address if your concern pertains to visa issues and matters concerning the Social Security Administration (SSA), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group (JUSMAG). Please consult the following websites or contact information to obtain answers to your queries:

 

 

 

a) For questions related to Social Security benefits, please contact the

 

      Social Security Administration Email: [email protected]

 

 

 

b) For questions related to Veteran Affairs benefits, please contact the Department of Veterans Affairs Website: http:://www.va.govE-mail inquiries:  https://iris.va.gov Tel: (632) 550-3888

 

 

 

c) For questions related to the Veteran Affairs – Outpatient Clinic, please contact them at Website:  http://www.va.gov Tel: (632) 318-8387

 

    

 

d) For questions related to visa, immigration and petition matters, please contact the following offices:

 

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

 

Website: http:// www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis

 

Email: [email protected] Tel: (632) 301-2000, ext. 2224;

 

               

 

Immigrant Visa Unit Website: http://manila.usembassy.gov

 

Email: [email protected] Tel: (632) 976-8500 to 02

 

               

 

Non-Immigrant Visa Unit

 

Website: http//manila.usembassy.gov/nonimmigrant-visa.html

 

E-mail: [email protected] Contact No: (632) 976-8500 to 02

 

 

 

e) For questions related military dependent cards and matters involving active military personnel in the Philippines, please contact: Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group (JUSMAG): (632) 301-2000 ext. 6327 or 5275

 

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