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Wednesday, 28 January 2015 15:00
Consular Outreach Mission to Wagga Wagga
The Philippine Consulate General in Sydney will conduct a Consular Outreach Mission to Wagga Wagga on Sunday, 15 February 2015, from 8:00am to 3:00 p.m. at the Rules Club, Corner Fernleigh Road and Glenfield Road, Wagga Wagga 2650 New South Wales.
During the mission, applications for registration for Overseas Voting and the following consular documents will be accepted:
- Civil Registry – Report of Birth, Report of Marriage; and
- NBI Clearance.
Attached are the requirements for each of the above consular services, which can also be accessed at the Consulate’s website: www.philippineconsulate.com.au.
Applicants are advised to send to the Consulate, via e-mail at
or through fax no. 02 962 7355, their accomplished forms and supporting documents on or before 6 February 2015 so that the Consular Team can assess whether the submitted documents are complete and so that applicants can be advised beforehand of any additional document that they must present during the outreach mission.
Applicants for civil registry and those who will have their documents notarized/authenticated are advised to bring a self-addressed prepaid envelope for use by the Consulate in mailing the processed documents.
For queries, please contact the Consulate at telephone number (02) 92627377 or the Consulate’s Duty Officer at 0415 426 400.
The focal persons for the mission to Wagga Wagga are the following:
Ms. MARINA O’DONNELL, 043-454-6888 and email address:
JELBERT RECTA, 0414 582 404
FROILAN ASTILLO, 0410 440 876
Philippine Consulate General, Sydney
28 January 2015
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