Pursuant to Section 1, COMELEC Resolution No. 10709, COMELEC-Office for Overseas Voting (COMELEC-OFOV) has been authorized to receive and process the following applications / transactions online from overseas Filipino who have existing voters' registration records with complete biometric data in the Commission's voter record database, such as the following:
- Certification as an oversea voter
- Reinstatement of names inadvertently omitted from the National Registry of Overseas Voters (NROV)
- Correction of entries in the Overseas Voter's Registration Record (OVRR), specifically on the following data fields:
- Request to withdraw the application for registration
- Request to cancell OVRR
- Reactivation of overseas voter records that were deactivated due to causes listed Section 14 of the Overseas Voting Act of 2013
- Updating of mailing or postal addresses and other contact information of registered Overseas voters
- Transfer of registration records between different Posts or Countries
- Transfers of registration records from overseas / Post to a Philippine city / municipality, but only insofar as the cancellation of the overseas voters' names from the Certified List of Overseas Voters (CLOV) and the removal of their overseas voter's registration from the Book of Voters are concerned
- Applications for issuance of certified true copy of Overseas Voters' Registration Record, and other OFOV-related activities
Interested registrants / applicants can file their requests through any of the following;
- By using the iRehistro System on the COMELEC Website through this link.
- By Facebook Messenger through this link.
Applications requiring the live capture of the voters' biometric data such as their photographs, signatures, and fingerprints, are not covered by the aforementioned Resolution.
The public is reminded that the deadline for overseas voter registration is 30 September 2021.
We are pleased to inform all consular service applicants that we will remain open to serve all confirmed appointments on Tuesday, 20 July 2021 despite the declaration of the said date as a regular Philippine holiday in commemoration of Eid'l Adha.
In line with the UK Government's roadmap to ease COVID-19 restrictions in England, the Philippine Embassy will be opening additional appointment slots for all consular services but will continue to strictly implement the following precautionary measures for the safety of both applicants and consular personnel and in response to the spread of new, more infectious COVID-19 variants:
- Applicants must wear a mask over their nose and mouth at all times inside the Embassy premises.
- Applicants must check-in through the NHS COVID-19 Track and Trace app upon arrival at the Philippine Embassy.
- Applicants must observe physical distancing measures at all times.
To avoid inconvenience, applicants with confirmed applications are reminded of the following:
- Bring the complete set of documentary requirements for the service you wish to avail of. Applicants with incomplete requirements will be asked to reschedule their appointment. To review the list of requirements, please click any of the following links:
- Arrive no earlier or later than 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment.
We continue to receive and process the following applications by post / mail:
A total of 13,817,358 vaccine doses have been administered in the Philippines since 14 July 2021 with 3,885,231 who have received both first and second doses. These figures have placed the Philippines at 26th place out of 200 in a global ranking of countries based on the total number of vaccine doses administered.Vaccines currently administered in the Philippines include Sinovac (CoronaVac), AstraZeneca, Gamaleya (Sputnik V), Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna.