GLOBAL ONLINE APPOINTMENT SYSTEM (GOAS)
Those who wish to process their passport applications at the Embassy must apply for an appointment through the Global Online Appointment System.
(Appointment for other Consular or Labour Office (POLO) Services can still be accessed via this link).
Follow the steps below or view the GOAS instruction sheet:
HOW TO GET A PASSPORT APPOINTMENT
STEP 1: To open the site for the Global Online Appointment System (GOAS) please click this link.
STEP 2: Press “Schedule an Appointment”, read the Terms and Conditions and press either “Start Individual Appointment” or “Start Group Appointment”
STEP 3: Fill out Site Location with the same details listed below and click NEXT:
Region – Europe
Country – Spain
Site – PE MADRID
STEP 4: Choose your preferred date and time of appointment, tick the “I am not a robot” box and click NEXT.
STEP 5: Fill out the form with your Personal and Family Information.
STEP 6: Fill out the section with your Application and Contact Information.
STEP 7: Once the information required is duly provided, a “Notice of Provisional Schedule” will be sent to the applicant’s email.
Kindly confirm the appointment WITHIN ONE (1) HOUR upon receipt of the notice. Failure to do so will automatically cancel the booking.
STEP 8: Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive another email with the duly accomplished passport application form. Kindly print and bring the passport application form during your appointment date, together with the original and photocopy sets of the documentary requirements.
To check out the passport requirements, please visit the appropriate page:
Other Consular Services
The Consular Section is open from Mondays to Fridays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
It is closed on Saturdays and Sundays and on Philippine and Spanish declared holidays.
Aside from the issuance of Philippine passports and visas, the Consular Section provides the following Legal and Civil Registry services:
- Registration of Filipinos in Spain (yellow card issuance);
- Authentication of documents (notarials);
- Reporting of Birth of a child born of Filipino parent/s in Spain;
- Solemnization of marriage;
- Reporting of marriage between two Filipinos, or between a Filipino and a foreigner if the marriage was contracted in Spain;
- Reporting of death of a Filipino national in Spain;
- Administering of the Oath of Allegiance under RA 9225 (dual citizenship);
- Assisting Filipino nationals in distress.
(Click on the highlighted/underlined words to be redicted to the PhilEmb website info on the subject)