If you are an OFW in Israel, you can go to the Philippine embassy located in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Filipinos abroad usually seek the help of the embassy for many reasons. Ultimately, this government office helps Filipinos obtain their passports, visas, birth certificates, death certificates, dual citizenship permits, and so on. If you need those documents, the embassy offers services so you can successfully get them. The embassy doesn’t just release documents. They also help Filipinos with their issues, especially with regard to their employment. So, whenever you need employment assistance, whether it’s an issue concerning your employer or it’s just application problems, you can seek the help of the embassy.
Also Read: Israel Do’s and Dont’s
Aside from the main embassy, you can also get help from other agencies tasked to work abroad. For example, OWWA and POLO. Both of these agencies are under the supervision of DOLE. If you have an encounter with DOLE before you go to Israel, you will see POLO and OWWA doing the same function. The only difference is that POLO works abroad while OWWA has a presence in both the Philippines and another country. If you need legal assistance or you need to be rescued from an emergency situation, you may contact the embassy or POLO so they can help you.
As someone who works abroad, it’s essential that you have a copy of the details of the embassy. Why? One way or another, you are going to need their contact. Whether it’s a legal issue or an emergency, if you don’t have a close relative in Israel, the government is the only one who can rescue you. If you have journal at home or a journal app on your phone, we encourage you to save the embassy’s emergency numbers.
In this article, we are going to share with you the important contact details of the Philippine Embassy in Israel. You may use this as a guide whenever you need to go to the embassy. If you have friends or relatives in Israel, you may also forward this blog so you can extend your help to them.
- History – Philippine Embassy in Israel
- Services Offered
- Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Services
- Tips When Visiting the Embassy
- Opening Hours
- Contact Information
- Google Map Location
History – Philippine Embassy in Israel
The Philippine embassy in Israel is considered a diplomatic mission by the Philippines. It was opened in 1962 and located in Tel-Aviv. The Philippine embassy was not established immediately when the diplomatic mission was started. It was built five years after the start of the diplomatic mission. The opening of the Philippine embassy in Israel coincided with the opening of Israel embassy in Manila.
If you want to know the services offered by the embassy of Israel, here’s the list:
- Consular Outreach Program
- Adult New Applicant
- Adult Renewal Applicant
- Minor New/Renewal Applicant
- Travel Document
- Authenticating Documents Made Simpler by the Apostille
- Civil Registry
- Solemnization of Marriage
- Report of Marriage
- Report of Birth
- Report of Death and/or Consular Mortuary Certificate
- Dual Citizenship
- Waiver of Exclusion Ground
- Certificate of Not the Same Person
- Balikbayan Program
- Schedule of Consular Services and Fees
- Consular Service Fees and Turnaround Time
- List of Other Services
- Transport of Pets
- NBI Clearance
- Renewal of Philippine Driver’s License
- Securing a J1-Waiver
- PH Requirements for Medical Missions
- Departure Formalities
- Philippine Overseas Labor Office
- Issuance of Overseas Employment Certificate
- OWWA Membership Program
- Employment Contract Verification and Authentication
- Implementation of POEA Rules on Direct Hiring
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Services
What are the documents I should bring during my passport renewal?
If you need to renew your passport, there are a couple of documents that you need to submit. Here are they:
- Original old or expired passport.
- Complete passport application form.
- Photocopy of your passport’s data page
- Photocopy of your permanent resident card, record of landing, and work permit.
- Passport processing fee
What are the documents needed when a minor wants to obtain a passport?
In case you have a minor child, you need to be there when your child applies for a passport as you will assist him or her. The following are the documents needed:
- Birth certificate
- Report of birth form
- Letter from the doctor who delivered the child attesting to the birth.
- Medical record of the child from the hospital where the child was delivered, in case the doctor can’t be located anymore.
- Original and photocopies of the passports of the parents.
- Letter of consent with the signature of both parents
What happens if I lose my Philippine passport?
You may lost your passport abroad but you can always get a new one provided that you have the following requirements:
- Police report or case certificate
- Affidavit of Loss of Passport (this can be completed in the Philippine embassy but with a separate processing fee).
- Birth Certificate
- Marriage Certificate if applicable
- A legal document showing your name, date of birth, and place of birth.
- Photocopy of your lost or destroyed passport, if applicable.
- Death certificate of spouse, if applicable.
- Annulment/divorce, if applicable.
Is dual citizenship allowed?
Dual citizenship in the Philippines is allowed. However, you might need to apply for a certificate in the embassy so that the government can validly allow you to have two passports from two countries.
Tips When Visiting the Embassy
When visiting the embassy, here’s what you need to consider:
Wear decent clothing.
When going to the embassy, make sure to wear decent clothing so that you will be given access to the embassy.
Prepare the documents before you leave.
Ensure that you have all the requirements ready before you leave your home and head to the embassy.
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Embassy of the Philippines in Tel Aviv, Israel
Contact Person: H.E. (Mr.) Nathaniel G. Imperial – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Address: No. 18 Bnei Dan Street, Tel-Aviv, 62260 Israel
Tel. No.: (+972-3) 6010-500
Fax No.: (+972-3) 6041-038
Duty Officer No.: (+972-54) 4661-188
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www.telavivpe.dfa.gov.ph / www.philippine-embassy.org.il
Google Map Location
In case you are wondering where the Philippine Embassy in Tel Aviv is located, below is a map guide for you: