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EMBASSY
EMBASSY ALERTS

HON. Yogendra Kumar, Newly designated Indian Ambassador to the PHILIPPINES arrived on Dec 19. Welcome Sir.

Shri Yogendra Kumar (IFS: 1977), currently Additional Secretary in the Ministry, has been appointed as next Ambassador of India to Philippines in succession to Shri Rajeet Mitter.  He is expected to take up his assignment this month.

PHILIPPINES APPOINTS NEW AMBASSADOR TO INDIA. HON BENEDICTO TO MOVE TO CHINA

Present Philippines Ambassador to India Hon. Francisco Benedicto has been CONFIRMED AS THE NEXT PHIL AMBASSADOR TO CHINA. In his Place DFA under Secretary Hon. Ronald ALLERAY has been CONFIRMED AS PHIL AMBASSADOR TO INDIA.

Their posting will be within the first quarter of 2010, as there is no official communication on this date.

Hon. Amb.  Rajeet Mitter has ended his tenure and left on Dec 7 for India already. Incoming Indian Ambassador to the Philippines is Hon. Yogendra Kumar, who is expected here by December 18th..

 

GOODBYE HON RAJEET MITTER: YOU WERE AN EXCELLENT AMBASSADOR

Shri RAJEET MITTER  completed his tenure in the Philippines as an Indian Ambassador. He was an Ambassador par Excellence. He flew out on December 7th together with his wife Kavita. His next assignment is BANGLADESH. On December 4 2009 his last assignment was the launching of the Postal stamp by the Philippines in relation to the 60 years of PH INDIA DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS.

BON VOYAGE SIR, WE SHALL MISS YOU.



Meet Mr. Vaching Roaring, Philippines Trade Attache based at the Embasssy in New Delhi

INDIAN EMBASSY IN MANILA INCREASED BUSINESS VISA FEES, but mantains Tourist Visa fees, effective July 1 2008.

Vaching RoaringEffective July 1 2008, the following are the fees of Visa Applications at the Indian Embassy in Manila.

As of this write-up it is still difficult to enter Dasmarinas Village if your car/vehicle does not have a Multi-village or Dasma sticker. More so for those who are commuting. Dasma Village Association have banned applicants from wanting to go to the Embassy if the applicant's name is not listed with the security guards at the gate by the Indian Embassy. It is a general practice of Embassies, where applicants do not need appointments to go to the Embassy, not to issue appointment schedules. Indian and Chinese applicants do not need a appointment to enter their embassies, since applicantions are on first come first serve basis. Embassies like the USA, Spain and many European embassies require prior appointments to enter their premises, for visa applications.

There are more than 10 embassies located inside the Dasamarinas Village, and many have filed protest against this policy

INDIAN EMBASSY SHORTEN VISA APPROVAL TIME

The Indian Embassy deserves our kudos for shortening the time period for Filipinos and Resident foreign nationals {non-Indians} applying for Indian visa.

Previously, it would between three to six days but now it has been reduced to 24 hours or the next working day.

It was possible to get a visa in 24 hours before, but a request letter and express payment of Pesos 4200 was required.

Now this 24 hours period does not require any express payment but only the basic visa fees.

Congratulations, Ambassador Rajeet Mitter and Visa Consul Chander Singh.

SCHENGEN VISA NOW TO COVER 24 COUNTRIES

SCHENGEN visa which was valid for entry to 15 European countries will now be valid for 24 countries.

Effective Dec 21, you could do so only if you will enter these nine countries by Land or via any seaport. But if you will be traveling by air, then you will have to wait until March end, 2008 before you could do so.

Take note that this visa does not cover United Kingdom or Switzerland. A separate visa is required. To clarify which Embassy one should apply with, it is a standard policy that you must apply with the country where you would make your first entry into Europe or in the Embassy of that country, where you would be staying the longest.

The nine new countries are Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.

The original 15 countries comprises of Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Norway.
In Asia, if you are holding a passport of any of these countries, you could travel freely among these countries. The countries are Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Hong Kong does not require visa for Indians or Filipinos.

India requires entry visa from all nationals of all countries except two: Bhutan and Nepal.
Travel, the world is waiting.

Embassy of the Philippines in India

H.E. Ma. Teresita C. Daza
50-N Nyaya Marg. Chanakyapuri
New Delhi 110021

Tel number: +9111 - 26889091
Fax number: +9111 - 26876401
Office hours for Submission of Visas: 9:00 am to 10:30 am, Monday to Friday
email: newdelhipe@bol.net.in
For consular-related inquiries: consular_newdelhi@yahoo.com

Philippine Honorary Consulates General


Mumbai

MRS. RAJASHREE BIRLA
- Consul General Ad Honorem
MR. RETNASWAMY SWAMINATHAN - Consul Ad Honorem
1st floor, Industry House
159 Churchgate Reclamation, Mumbai 400021
Tel: (+91 22) 2202-4792/2202-0375
Fax: (+91 22) 2281-4103
Office Hours for Submission of Visa: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Monday to Friday
Collection of Visas on the 3rd working day between 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Kolkata
MR. KRISHNA KUMAR KHEMKA - Consul General Ad Honorem
37 Shakespeare Sarani, 2nd Floor, Kolkata, 7000001
Tel: (+91 33) 280-8353
Fax: (+91 33) 280-8354
Chennai
MR. ASHWIN MUTHIAH - Consul General Ad Honorem
MR. S. SHANMUGAM - Consul Ad Honorem
"Spic House" Annex Building
VIII Floor, 88 Mount Road, Guindy, Chennai 6000032
Tel: (+91 44) 22354063: Fax: (+9144) 22354062
Working Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mon-Fri
Office Hours for Submission of Visa: 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Monday to Friday

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Embassy of India in the Philippines

Mr. Lalduhthlana Ralte
2190 Paraiso St., Dasmarinas Village, P.O. Box 2123, MCPO, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Email: amboffice@embindia.org.ph

Tel : (+632) 843-0101, 843-0102, 894-5767 (PABX)
Fax: (632) 815-8151 - Chancery
(632) 892-7301 - Consular Section
Working Hours:
Filing of Visa: Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon
Releasing of Visa: Monday to Friday, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Mr. Madhukar Asnani
First Secretary (Political)
Telephone: 8430101 loc 512
Email: pol@embindia.org.ph

Mr. Gyan Singh
First Secretary (Press, Info.& Culture)/Education
Telephone : 8430101 loc 509
 Email: info@embindia.org.ph

Shri Jose Joseph
Second Secretary (Comm) & HOC
Telephone : 8430101 loc 514
Email: hoc@embindia.org.ph

Shri Prakash Chand
Second Secretary (Consular)
Telephone : 8430101 loc 513
Email: cons@embindia.org.ph  

 

Website: www.embindia.org.ph

Note: There are no consulates in of India in the Philippines

 

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