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SF Consulate to bring services to Bozeman in Montana for 2 days


SAN FRANCISCO—The Philippine Consulate General will conduct a consular outreach mission to Bozeman, Montana, on Aug. 24-25:

Location: Hilton Garden Inn, 2023 Commerce Way, Bozeman, Montana 59715

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Contact Filcom volunteer coordinator Ms. Daisy Slowik at (206) 734-7162 or daisy.slowik@seachamp-ltd.com. Other contacts:  Jem Capulong at gemcapulong@gmail.com, 206 734 7192; Sing Boast at presing_mt@yahoo.com, 406 599 2714; Joy Billingsley at jbillingsley@gmsil.com, 406 239 4524; Glenda Malone at glendainmt@yahoo.com; and Merle Tronnes: merlita@bresnan.net, 406 431 8404

Kababayans in Montana and vicinity are advised to visit the Consulate website at www.philippinessanfrancisco.org to download the forms and check the requirements.

Passports: Please fill out the passport application form available at http://www.philippinessanfrancisco.org/uploads/pdfs/passport.pdf and bring one (1) photocopy of the latest passport data page. A US permanent resident applicant must submit a photocopy of the permanent resident card.  If the applicant is a dual citizen, a photocopy of the Consulate-issued Identification Certificate OR Order of Approval. Fee is $60 plus mailing fee ($20).

Notarial/Legalization of Documents: Bring the document and an original valid photo ID w/ signature (e.g. driver’s license, passport, etc.), and photocopies of the following: the document to be acknowledged or authenticated (1 photocopy) and the ID (2 photocopies of the government-issued ID for each legal document submitted). Fee is US$25 per document.

Dual Citizenship: Acomplish the application form (one set only with 2 photos) plus the supporting documents. Submit a photocopy each of the document and the ID. Fee is US$50 plus $25 for every minor beneficiary.

Report of Birth: The birth of a child in the US should be reported/registered with the Philippine National Statistics Office through the Consulate General. See http://www.philippinessanfrancisco.org/uploads/pdfs/birth.pdf. This is needed if you wish to apply for a Philippine passport to a child born in the US of Filipino parent/s. Prepare 5 sets of the Report of Birth form with the required documents. Fee is US$25. (Note: Births that occurred in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Northern California, Northern Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington State and Wyoming can be registered with the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco. For states not mentioned, check www.philippinessanfrancisco.org/philippines-sf/consulate-finder-sf to check which Philippine Consulate General covers that state.)

 

Report of Marriage: Marriages between a Filipino and a foreigner must be reported/registered with the Philippine National Statistics Office through the Consulate General. See http://www.philippinessanfrancisco.org/uploads/pdfs/Report%20of%20Marriage.pdf. This is needed if you wish to apply for a passport using/indicating your husband’s surname for the first time (female applicants married to foreigners).  Please prepare 5 sets of the Report of Marriage form with the required documents.  Fee is $25.  (Note: Marriages which occurred in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Northern California, Northern Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington State and Wyoming can be registered with the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco. For states not mentioned, check www.philippinessanfrancisco.org/philippines-sf/consulate-finder-sf to check which Philippine Consulate General covers that state.)

Kababayans are also advised that the Philippine Consulate General only accepts cash, money order, bank draft, or cashier’s checks (made payable to the Philippine Consulate General) for the services rendered. Fees shall be paid to the cashier at the consular outreach.

For the complete schedule of consular outreach missions, visit http://www.philippinessanfrancisco.org/philippines-sf/consular-outreach-sf/.

For additional information, call the Consulate at (415) 433-6666 or visit the website at www.philippinessanfrancisco.org.


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