Procedure and Requirements
for Private Documents for
Haiti and Jamaica only
Special Power of Attorney, General Power of Attorney, Affidavit, Certification, Deed of Donation, Deed of Sale, Extra-judicial Settlement of Estate, etc.
Note: The Philippine Embassy/Consulate General assumes no responsibility for any delay or loss in the mail, or while the documents are in the custody of the courier service.
The applicant should note the tracking number of all envelopes used and submitted.
Covering letter (handwritten or typed), addressed to the Consular Section, indicating service/transaction requested and complete contact details (telephone number, postal address, email address). No document shall be processed without the complete contact information.
Documents must be notarized by a Notary Public.
Signature of the Notary Public must be authenticated by the appropriate government offices where the Notary Public is registered.
Original and one (1) photocopy of document and all enclosures.
Pre-paid mailing envelope from private courier of choice (except FedEx), if document is to be mailed back, or enclose a treasurer’s, manager’s or certified check issued by a local bank that has a corresponding bank in the U.S. (the US National Bank Association is not a correspondent bank), payable to the courier of choice, in U.S. dollars, to cover cost of mailing, and a corresponding self-addressed courier’s address label. Personal checks are not accepted.
Applicable processing fee (non-refundable) of US $25.00 per document. Applicants should enclose a treasurer’s, manager’s or certified check issued by a local bank that has a corresponding bank in the U.S. (the US National Bank Association is not a correspondent bank), payable to the Philippine Embassy. Personal checks and credit cards are not accepted.