23March2019

ABISO SA PUBLIKO: CONSULAR MISSION SA KOTA KINABALU (APRIL 2019)

(Tagalog)

Isang consular outreach mission ang magaganap sa Kota Kinabalu upang magbigay serbisyo sa mga Pilipino mula 02-06 April 2019. Ito ay gaganapin sa Dewan Foo Chow, 3.5 KM, Jalan Kolam, Bukit Padang, Luyang, 88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

Sa mga aplikante ng passport, tiyakin na kumpleto ang inyong application forms at requirements, kasama ang original at photocopies, bago pumunta sa Dewan Foo Chow.

Magdala din ng PosEkspres (XS size) envelope. Isulat ang inyong kompletong mailing address sa envelope. Gagamitin ang envelope na ito para ipadala ang inyong passport.

First-come, first-serve basis ang pamimigay ng number tickets. Makakatanggap lamang ng 150 aplikante kada araw ang misyon.

Para sa listahan ng mga requirements, paki-click ang link sa ibaba: 

http://www.philembassykl.org.my/main/index.php/consular-services/passport/requirements-for-application-of-passports

Sa mga hindi mapagbibigyan sa consular mission na ito, maaring mag-avail sa susunod na outreach missions:

  • May – Tawau
  • June – Sarawak (Kuching, Bintulu)
  • July – Kota Kinabalu

http://www.philembassykl.org.my/main/index.php/component/content/article/9-uncategorised/386-schedule-of-mobile-consular-missions-for-2019

I-follow ang aming Facebook page (@PHinMalaysia) o bumisita sa aming website (www.philembassykl.org.my) upang malaman ang eksaktong petsa at lugar.

SERVICE CHARGES:

  1. 1.New passport and passport renewals –
  2. 2.Mutilated passports – RM288 plus RM120 for affidavit
  3. 3.Lost passports – RM432 (for green and MRP) and RM720 (for ePassport)

Para sa ibang katanungan, mag-email sa This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. o tumawag sa 011 3928 2346. Salamat po.

(English)

An Embassy team will be conducting a consular outreach mission to provide services to the Filipino on 02-06 April 2019. It will be held at Dewan Foo Chow, 3.5 KM, Jalan Kolam, Bukit Padang, Luyang, 88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

To passport applicants, make sure that your application forms and requirements are complete, including original and photocopies, before going to Dewan Foo Chow.

Bring PosEkspres (XS size) envelope. Write your complete mailing address on the envelope. It will be used to send your passport.

Please be informed that number tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. The mission will process 150 applicants per day.

For the list of requirements, please click the link below

http://www.philembassykl.org.my/main/index.php/consular-services/passport/requirements-for-application-of-passports

Those who will not be accommodated during this Consular Mission are invited to avail of succeeding missions as follows:

  • May – Tawau
  • June – Sarawak (Kuching, Bintulu)
  • July – Kota Kinabalu

http://www.philembassykl.org.my/main/index.php/component/content/article/9-uncategorised/386-schedule-of-mobile-consular-missions-for-2019

Follow our Facebook page (@PHinMalaysia) or visit our website (www.philembassykl.org.my) for the exact date and venue.

SERVICE CHARGES:

  1. 1.New passport and passport renewals –
  2. 2.Mutilated passports – RM288 plus RM120 for affidavit
  3. 3.Lost passports – RM432 (for green and MRP) and RM720 (for ePassport)

For further information, please send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 011 3928 2346. Thank you.

BABALA SA MGA PILIPINO LABAN SA ILEGAL NA PANININGIL NG MGA AGENCY

07 Marso 2019 – Ang Embahada ng Pilipinas sa Kuala Lumpur ay muling nagpapaalala sa mga Pilipino sa Sabah laban sa illegal na paniningil ng ilang mga ahensiya tuwing consular mission.

 

Napag-alaman ng Embahada na may mga ahensiya ang iligal na naniningil ng bayad sa mga Pilipino sa Sabah para sa pagkuha ng pasaporte at pagpapatala ng kanilang kapanganakan.

 

Nakarating din sa kaalaman ng Embahada na may mga nagpapakalat ng maling impormasyon na di umano ay kailangan dumaan sa ahensiya bago makakuha ng serbisyo ng Embahada.

 

Ipinapaalam ng Embahada sa mga Pilipino sa Sabah ang mga kaukulang bayad para sa mga sumusunod na serbisyo:

Uri ng Serbisyo

Bayad

Electronic passport (e-Passport)

RM

       288.00

Replacement of Lost Passport:

 

 

 

Green / MRP passport

e-Passport

RM

RM

       432.00

 

       720.00

Extension of Passport

RM

         96.00

Notarials / Authentication of Documents / 
Affidavit of Mutilation / Affidavit of Loss

RM

       120.00

Report of Birth / Report of Marriage

RM

       120.00

 

Ang mga aplikante ay pinapayuhang magbayad sa awtorisadong collecting officer ng Embahada lamang. Lahat ng consular forms (borang) ay maaring ma-download ng libre sa website ng Embahada at maaari ring makuha ng libre sa mga opisyal ng Embahada sa tuwing may consular mission.

 

Ipinapaalam rin ng Embahada na sinomang nais mag-apply tuwing may consular mission ay hindi kinakailangan dumaan sa ahensiya. Lahat ng aplikante ay pinapayuhang pumila ng maaga, dalhin ang lahat ng requirements, at direktang makipag-transaksiyon sa mga opisyal ng Embahada.  

 

Ang schedule ng consular missions sa Sabah, Sarawak, at Labuan para sa taong 2019 ay makikita sa website at Facebook page ng Embahada. Mag-antabay sa eksaktong petsa at lugar ng consular mission.

 

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FILIPINOS WARNED AGAINST ILLEGAL EXACTION OF FEES BY CERTAIN AGENCIES

7 March 2019 — The Philippine Embassy in Kuala Lumpur would like to warn Filipinos in Sabah against illegal exaction of fees committed by certain unscrupulous agencies, particularly during its consular missions.

The Embassy learned that certain agencies are illegally exacting money from Filipinos in Sabah in exchange for facilitating the issuance of Philippine passports and Report of Birth. Some even sell consular forms for high fees.

Reports have reached the Embassy that some groups also spread misinformation that applicants need to go through agencies before being able to avail of the Embassy's consular services.

The Embassy wishes to inform Filipinos in Sabah of the following fees for consular services:

Type of Service

Amount (in RM)

Electronic passport (e-Passport)

RM

       288.00

Replacement of Lost Passport:

 

 

 

Green / MRP passport

e-Passport

RM

RM

       432.00

 

       720.00

Extension of Passport

RM

         96.00

Notarials / Authentication of Documents / 
Affidavit of Mutilation / Affidavit of Loss

RM

       120.00

Report of Birth / Report of Marriage

RM

       120.00

 

All fees must be paid directly to the duly authorized collecting officer of the Embassy only. All consular forms can be downloaded for free in the Embassy’s website and can be availed for free from the Embassy personnel during its consular missions.

The Embassy also points out that any Filipino who would like to avail of the services during its consular missions does not need to go through any agency. All applicants are requested to queue early with their completed requirements and directly deal with the Embassy personnel.

The Embassy's tentative schedules for its consular missions in Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan for the year 2019 are available in the Embassy's website and Facebook page. The exact dates and venues of these missions will be announced once they are available. END

PHL Investment Forum Entices Over 300 Malaysian Businessmen to Partner with the Philippines

25 September 2018 – Drawn by economic opportunities in the Philippines, more than 300 Malaysian investors and businessmen flocked to the 2018 Philippine Investment Forum on 25 September 2018, filling the Junior Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Kuala Lumpur to the brim.

 

The first of its kind in over five years, the 2018 Philippine Investment Forum was organized by the Philippine Trade and Investment Center (PTIC) with the support of the Philippine Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and in partnership with the Malaysian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI). 

 

The half-day event featured an expert roster of speakers that tackled investment topics ranging from the country’s economic outlook, business opportunities, and incentives, with special focus on the Philippines’ Build! Build! Build! infrastructure campaign and investment prospects in Mindanao.  Malaysian companies with presence in the Philippines also shared their experiences of doing business in the country.

 

In his opening remarks, Philippine Ambassador to Malaysia Charles C. Jose encouraged participants to engage deeply with the resource speakers, officials, and business delegation from the Philippines. “This is an excellent opportunity to dive deep into the Philippines without leaving Kuala Lumpur.  Let today’s forum strongly and unequivocally convey that the Philippines is open for business, and that we want to partner with you to ‘build value together’,” he said.

Meanwhile, Deputy Minister Dr. Ong Kian Ming of the Malaysian International Trade and Industry (MITI) in his keynote speech expressed optimism at the deepening bilateral economic relations between the Philippines and Malaysia, noted that there are many opportunities let untapped, and emphasized that “there is no better time to invest in the Philippines than now.”

 

Prominent guests and speakers from the Philippines include Sec. Datu Abul Hj. Khayr D. Alonto of the Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA), Usec. Nora K. Terrado of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Director General Charito B. Plaza of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), Executive Vice President Aileen R. Zosa of the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA), Assistant Secretary Romeo Montenegro of MinDA, Mr. Lemuel G. Ortonio of the City Government of Davao, and Mr. Myl Johann Amsid representing the Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone Authority. 

 

An official delegation comprised of officials from the City Government of Davao and Davao-based businesses, led by City Administrator Atty. Zuleika T. Lopez, also participated in the forum and engaged in business-to-business meetings.

 

For more information, visit the Embassy’s website at http://www.philembassykl.org.my or the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PHinMalaysia/