The Embassy offers following consular services:

 

    • Visa

 

    • Machine Readable Passport (MRP)

 

    • Registration of Birth of Children of Pakistan Nationals

 

    • Attestation of Documents

 

    • Unmarried Certificate/ Affidavit of Legal Capacity for Marriage

 

    • Resolution of issues related to Pak Identity/ NICOP

 

    • Renunciation of Citizenship

 

    • NoC for Shipment of Dead Bodies

 

    • Police Clearance Certificate

 

    • Transfer of Residence Certificate

 

Please see our contact details at:

http://www.mofa.gov.pk/philippines/content.php?pageID=contactphilip

Please see our consular timings and holiday calendar at:
http://www.mofa.gov.pk/philippines/content.php?pageID=timingsphilip

As our telephone lines may be frequently busy due to heavy influx of incoming calls, e-mail is a better mode to contact us.

Fees & Processing Time

We charge fees for various consular services in local currency (Philippine Peso PhP).

Fees is accepted only via bank deposit through any branch of Banco de Oro (BDO) in the following account of Embassy:

Name of Account: Embassy of Pakistan (IMPREST)
Account Number:002138014299 (Peso account)
Bank/Branch: Banco de Oro (BDO) Gamboa, G/F Optma Bldg. 2211 Salcedo St. Legaspi, Village, Makati City, Metro Manila

Please deposit the fees at the teller and not at the machine. Kindly note that once deposited, the consular fees is non- refundable.
Our fee schedule & processing time for various services is as given below. However, in view of frequent fluctuations in exchange rate, kindly verify the fee with the Embassy before depositing it in the bank:

Visa Fees

 

Nationality

Single Entry with
30 days Validity

Multiple Entry with Maximun
validity of 1 yr

Multiple Entry more than 1 year

Housemaid/Domestic Servant

Transit visa

Family Visit/ Tourist

Business /Conference
/Workshop

Family Visit/Tourist for 1 yr

Business

Family Visit /Tourist

Business

Work Visa

Filipino P 1,400 P 5,600 P 2,050 P 8,400 P 2,800 P 11,200 P 19,300 P 800

Note:

Normal processing time for visa service is 5-7 business days provided the application is duly complete. However, the cases referred to Ministry of Interior may take longer. In such cases the applicants may withdraw their passports till approval of their applications.

 

Passport Fees

Validity

Number of Pages

36 pages

72 pages

100 pages

Normal

Urgent

Normal

Urgent

Normal

Urgent

5 years P 1,800 P 3,000 P 3,300 P 5,350 P 3,350 P 7,100
10 years P 3,200 P 5,350 P 5,900 P 9,600 P 6,400 P 12,800

 

Note:

      • Fees for 1st time lost passport would be double, and 2nd time lost passport would be quadruple the amount for each respective category;
      • Processing time for normal fees is 4 business weeks and urgent fees is 2 business weeks;
      • Children under 15 year of age can only apply for 5 year valid passport.

 

Attestation/Certificate Fees

S.No.

Type of Document

Fees per document

1 Power of Attorney (service extended to Pakistan nationals only)

P 100

2 True Copy of Original Pakistani Passport/ ID

P 100

3 Affidavit/ Declaration by Pakistan national

P 100

4 Unmarried Certificate/ Affidavit of Legal Capacity for Marriage (Pakistan national)

P 100

5 S-1 Form (Birth Registration of child born to a Pakistan national in the Philippines)

P 260

6 Renunciation of Citizenship Application

P 260

7 Transfer of Residence Certificate

P 100

8 NoC Shipment of Dead Bodies

Free

9 Live Certificate for Pak national pensioners

Free

10 Counter- attestation of Pakistani documents attested by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad or any of its camp offices

P 100

11 Counter- attestation of Filipino documents attested by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

P 1350

12 Police Clearance Certificate Application (for Pakistan nationals)

P 100

13 Police Clearance Certificate Application (for Filipino nationals)

P 1350

 

Required Documents

Detail of normally required documents for respective consular service is as under. However, these lists should not be deemed as exhaustive as Visa Officer may demand any additional document/ may call the applicant for an interview if so deemed necessary upon actual examination of the application:

 

Visa Requirements

A: Standard Requirements

      1. Single set of duly filled-in General Visa Form to be submitted by all applicants. Incomplete Form with blank/ vague entries will not be accepted. Indian national applicants
        will be additionally required to submit three sets of Visa Form for Indian Nationals (click to download).
      2. Passport (valid for at least six months) & its one (01) photocopy
      3. Two (02) colored pictures (passport size)
      4. Proof of legal residence permit in the Philippines (ACR & ICR/study visa/ work visa) (For Non-Filipinos)
      5. Parent Consent Form (click to download) for applicants below 18 years of age (duly signed by parents and notarized along with copies of parent’ signature-containing IDs)
      6. Visa Fee deposit slip (please click to see fee schedule)
      7. Flight Itinerary reservation
      8. Copies of previous Pakistani Visas (if any)

B: Additional Requirements Specific to Respective Visa Category

For Visit/ Tourist Visa

      1. Invitation letter from Pakistan
      2. Photocopy of sponsor’s passport & NIC
      3. Bank Statement
      4. Employment Certificate
      5. Hotel booking (in case applicant is going to stay in a hotel/ has no sponsor in Pakistan
      6. NBI clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

For Family Visit Visa (given to spouses and children of Pakistan nationals)

      1. NSO Marriage Certificate of applicant spouse (original & photocopy)
      2. NSO Birth Certificate of applicant children (original & photocopy)
      3. Photocopy of passport & NIC of Pakistani spouse/ parent
      4. NBI clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

 

For Business Visa

      1. Invitation letter from Business Company in Pakistan
      2. Certificate of its membership with a Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Pakistan
      3. Original Recommendation letter from that Chamber of Commerce & Industry
      4. Letter of request & Certificate of Employment from the applicant’s firm
      5. Certificate of registration of applicant’s firm with local Security & Exchange Commission (SEC)
      6. Bank Statement
      7. NBI clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

 

For UN/International Organization (IO) Visa

      1. UN/ IO Form (click to download) duly signed by Country Head of the inviting UN Agency/ International Organization in Pakistan.
      2. Note Verbale from sponsoring UN agency/ IO explaining the purpose and duration of visit, position of the applicant in the organization etc.
      3. Application to be submitted at least 15 days in advance of travel date.

 

For Training/Workshop/Conference/Seminar/Short Missionary Visit Visa

      1. Invitation letter from organizer institute in Pakistan
      2. Certificate of its registration in Pakistan
      3. Letter of request & Certificate of Employment from the applicant’s institute in the Philippines
      4. Certificate of registration of applicant’s institute with Philippine Security & Exchange Commission (SEC)
      5. Bank Statement
      6. NBI clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs(DFA)

 

For NGO Visa

      1. Invitation letter from inviting NGO in Pakistan
      2. Copy of MoU of its registration with Ministry of Interior/ Economic Affair Division of Pakistan
      3. Letter of request & Certificate of Employment from the applicant’s institute/ NGO in the Philippines
      4. Certificate of registration of applicant’s institute/ NGO in the Philippines
      5. Bank Statement
      6. NBI clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

 

For Journalist Visa

      1. Computer Proforma (click to download)
      2. Certificate of employment
      3. Letter of request from the applicant’s office
      4. NBI clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

 

For Work/ Housemaid/Domestic Servant Visa

      1. Approval from the Ministry of Interior
      2. Duly filled-in Computer Proforma (click to download)
      3. Job Contract (attested by the Philippine Embassy Islamabad) duly signed by the employee and the employer in the presence of two witnesses
      4. NOC from the Philippine Embassy in Pakistan
      5. Acknowledgement of the Contract
      6. Medical fitness certificate
      7. Original and photocopy of all documents
      8. Copy of Employer’s NIC (in case of Pakistani citizen)
      9. Copy of Employer’s Passport & residence permit (in case of foreigner living in Pakistan)
      10. NBI Clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

 

For Missionary Work Visa

      1. Approval from Ministry of Interior
      2. Duly filled- in Computer Proforma (click to download)
      3. Letter from applicant’s Missionary organization certifying his/ her bonafide and taking full responsibility for his/her maintenance/boarding/lodging & return journey in case repatriation from Pakistan becomes necessary
      4. Declaration to abide by and respect the laws of Pakistan and stay away from internal politics or religious acrimony etc.
      5. Bio-data for the last 10 years
      6. Copies of educationaldegrees/diploma/certificate with English translation attested by the DFA
      7. Letter of Employment from the concerned institution in Pakistan employing the Missionary worker
      8. In case of replacement appointment, complete details of the worker being replaced showing
      9. the exact date of his/ her final exit/ visa position at that time along with photocopies of passport pages indicating final exit/ visa validity as well as cancellation of remaining visa, if any.
      10. NBI Clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

 

For Seaman Visa

      1. Invitation letter from Pakistan
      2. Letter of request and Certificate of employment from the applicant’s firm
      3. Seaman’s book
      4. Overseas Employment Contract
      5. NBI Clearance authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

 

Passport Requirements

      1. Personal presence of applicant for data and photo capturing on spot.
      2. Old passport & valid NADRA ID (original and photocopy)
      3. Proof of stay in the Philippines (copy of ACR & ICR/ study visa/ work permit etc.)
      4. In case of lost passport, police report or affidavit of loss
      5. Passport Fee deposit slip (please click to see the fee schedule for various categories)
      6. Parent Consent Form (click to download) for applicants below 18 years of age (duly signed by parents and notarized along with copies of parent’ signature-containing IDs)

 

Birth Registration Requirements

      1. Duly filled-in Form S-1(click to download)
      2. Two (02) passport size photographs of child
      3. Child’s birth certificate (original & copy)
      4. Parent’s Pakistani ID
      5. Parents’ marriage certificate
      6. Proof of parent’s stay in the Philippines (copy of ACR & ICR/ study visa/ work permit etc.)
      7. Registration Fee deposit slip (click to see details)

 

Attestation Requirements

      1. Personal presence of executant(s) of Power of Attorney (PoA), Affidavit, Live Certificate etc. along with their original Pakistani ID/ Passport and its photocopy
      2. Original document to be attested along with its photocopy. A passport size photograph of executant of a POA should also be affixed on the document.
      3. Proof of stay in the Philippines (copy of ACR & ICR/ study visa/ work permit etc.)
      4. All Pakistani documents like birth certificates, educational degrees etc. needing Embassy’s attestation should be prior attested by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad or any of its Camp Offices
      5. All Filipino documents needing Embassy’s attestation should be prior attested by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs
      6. Attestation Fee deposit slip (please click to see the fee schedule for various categories)

 

Requirements for Unmarried Certificate/ Affidavit of Legal Capacity for Marriage

      1. Duly filled- in Application Form for Attestation of Unmarried Certificate (click to download)
      2. Original Unmarried Certificate issued from applicant’s relevant Union Council in Pakistan, attested by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Islamabad or its relevant camp office
      3. Applicant’s Pakistani ID & passport (copy & original)
      4. Certificate fee deposit slip (please click to see details)
      5. In case an applicant is already married in Pakistan/ Philippines, written permission/willingness of the old wife (s) as well as to- be-wife allowing him for another marriage. Such permission from a Pakistani wife should be duly countersigned by the relevant Union Council and attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad or any camp office. Similarly, such permission from a Filipino wife/fiance should be notarized by a notary public and authenticated by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs. Copies of signature- containing IDs of the old/ to- be wives should also be attached.
      6. In case the applicant is Divorcee, copy of the Divorce Certificate attested by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad or any of its camp office (if certificate is issued from Pakistan), or by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (if certificate is issued in the Philippines).
      7. In case the applicant is a widower/ widow, copy of the deceased spouse’s Death Certificate duly attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad or any of its camp office (if certificate is issued from Pakistan), or by Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (if certificate is issued in the Philippines).

 

Requirements for Issuance of NoC for Shipment of Dead Bodies

      1. eath Certificate
      2. A signed application by a family member of the deceased authorizing transportation of the corpse to Pakistan along with his/ her ID
      3. Pakistani ID copy of the deceased
      4. Embalming Certificate
      5. Transit Burial Permit
      6. Non- Communicable Disease Certificate
      7. Flight on which the deceased’ s remains are booked
      8. Destination City in Pakistan

Requirements for Renunciation of Citizenship

      1. Applicant must be above 21 years of age.
      2. Notarized request with reason of renunciation of citizenship.
      3. In case renunciation is due to a Government job requirement abroad, a letter from the requiring authority.
      4. Notarized copy of Foreign Passport / Citizenship Certificate.
      5. Duly filled- in and notarized Form X & Particulars Proforma (4 Copies) along with duly filled- in Computer Proforma (click to download)
      6. Copy of CNIC/ NICOP. Original CNIC/ NICOP will have to be surrendered to the Embassy upon receipt of Renunciation Certificate. In case the applicant does not have CNIC/NICOP, he/she may provide his/her correct and complete address in Pakistan along with two reference in Pakistan for police verification of his/her antecedents (from hometown).
      7. Copies of all Pakistani passports (valid and expired). Original passport will have to be surrendered to the Embassy upon receipt of Renunciation Certificate.
      8. Six (6) colored photographs with light blue background of size “2 x 2”.
      9. Renunciation Application Fee deposit slip (please click to see the fee schedule)
      10. Passport Surrender Fee US$ 30.00 + US$ 120.00 CNIC/ NICOP cancellation fee will have to be paid upon receipt of Renunciation Certificate.

 

Requirements for Police Clearance Certificate from Pakistan

 

Requirements for Certificate of Transfer of Residence to Pakistan

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