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NOTICE TO FILIPINO OVERSEAS VOTERS


The following Overseas Voters are requested to contact the Consulate as soon possible about their ballot envelopes:

.•  LIST OF VOTERS WHO REGISTERED WITH THE PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN SYDNEY HAVING INCOMPLETE OR NO MAILING ADDRESS

•  LIST OF MAILED BALLOTS THAT HAVE BEEN RETURNED TO THE CONSULATE

Please call Mr.Jessie Llaneta at telephone no. 9262-7377 or send your complete contact details, e.g., mobile number and mailing address, to sydney.pcg@dfa.gov.ph or through the Duty Officer 0415-426400.






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Bringing Pets to the Philippines

A traveler who wishes to bring a pet to the Philippines must download the Application to import pets permit and contact the following:

Bureau of Animal Industry

National Veterinary Quarantine Service

Visayas Ave., Diliman, Quezon City

Tel. No. (632) 925-4343; 928-1778
Fax No. (632) 928-2429

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The information that the pet owner must provide are:

  • The species and breed of the pet(s);
  • The gender and description  of the pet(s) you are bringing;
  • The expected date of the pet(s)’ arrival in the Philippines;


The following documents for each pet are necessary:

  • A valid health certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian in the country of origin, which indicates that the pet has been examined and is free from communicable diseases at least ten (10) days before the travel to the Philippines. If the country of origin is not free from rabies, a certification that there has been no rabies cases within a 20 kilometer radius of the pet’s home in the last six (6) months.
  • A vaccination card showing the pet’s vaccination for rabies, canine distemper, infectious hepatitis, leptsopirosis, canine parvovirus, or feline panleucopenia and proof that the animal was treated for internal and external parasites.

 The fee will be paid upon arrival in the Philippine airport.