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Online Appointment System


This online appointment system is open to the following services:

  • Notarials/ Legalization in Canberra (example, Special Power of Attorney)
  • Finger Printing for NBI Clearance

Payment is not required to secure an appointment.

For other services, please visit the following links:

Advisory on Mobile Consular Mission to Darwin

14 April 2022 - The Philippine Embassy in Canberra will conduct a Mobile Consular Mission to Darwin, Northern Territory, on 17-19 May 2022.

The slots will be made available at 6:00PM (Darwin time) of 23 April April 2022 (Saturday) through the DFA's Global Online Appointment System (GOAS) which can be accessed by copying this link and pasting it on your browser: https://www.passport.gov.ph/appointment.

Please read and follow all instructions in accomplishing the booking form so that your appointment will not be invalidated. Please expect that most of the slots would be filled up quickly.

Payment is not required to secure an appointment and documents are no longer required to be mailed to the Embassy.

The Embassy regrets that it is unable to accommodate walk-in applicants during the dates of the mobile consular mission. All appointment slots are expected to be fully-booked online and mindful of COVID19 safety guidelines.

The Embassy also wishes to remind the public of the following:

  1. If your passport is not yet expired, you may contact the Philippine Consulate General in Darwin to apply for a one-year passport extension at least one (1) month before the expiry date of your passport; This service can be done by mail and does not entail personal appearance at the Embassy/Consulate. An extended passport can be further extended for another year at the Philippine Embassy in Canberra, with applications also accepted by mail.
  2. For those with expired passports, year-round passport renewal services continue to be available at the Philippine Embassy in Canberra and the Philippine Consulates General in Sydney and Melbourne, except during lockdowns and declared holidays.
  3. For Filipinos with urgent need to travel to the Philippines and have expired Philippine passports, you may apply at the Philippine Consulate General in Darwin for a Philippine Travel Document which is valid for 30-days for one-way travel to the Philippines. Also, under current IATF regulations, Filipinos who have reacquired / retained their Philippine citizenship and do not have their Philippine passport are allowed to enter the Philippines as long as they present their Oath of Allegiance and Identification Certificate along with their foreign passport.

For further queries, please email darwinmobilemission@gmail.com. All queries will only be responded to via this email address.

Please read the complete advisory here for your guidance.

Easy Appointment Instructions

It is important to read the instructions how to successfully do your appointments here, please click the link below that applies to you: