Need to renew your PH passport?

Consul General Mario de Leon Jr. (fourth from right) with Jersey City community leaders Ledy Almadin (left), Nestor Enriquez (third from left) and Linda Mayo (second from right)

Consular service will be available to Jersey City residents from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 10, according to the Philippine Consulate and the Catholic Action of Mary.

Marian Hall below St. Mary’s Church corner of Second and Erie streets will be the site of passport processing, dual citizenship application and registration for absentee voting. Passport and dual citizenship transactions need an appointment, but for legalization of documents and OAV registration, the consular staff can entertain walk-in applicants. Contact Ledy Almadin at

Below is the schedule of the consular outreach throughout the Northeast. Make sure to get additional details from the designated contact persons to find out what documents you need to bring to the sites. You may also contact the consulate at 212-764-1330 or

31 March
Stratford, New Jersey – Philippine Community of Southern New Jersey, Inc.
205 S White Horse Pike, Stratford, NJ 08084 (near Cherry Hill, N.J.)
Frances Estella: 856-424-8925;

14 April
Albany, New York – Albany Medical Center
Center for Learning and Development, 58-60 Hackett Blvd, Albany, N.Y. 12208
Wendy Press: 518-262-3710;

21 April
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Filipino American Congress of Philadelphia, Inc.
St. Augustine Church cor. 4th street and Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19101
Dr. Angelina Jaurigue: 215-918-2921;

12 May
Needham, Massachusetts – Filipino community of MA
VFW Post 2498, 29 Junction Street, Needham MA 02492
Rudy Hermosa: 781-326-1103; 617-610-4098;

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