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- Friday, 12 August 2022 Philippine Embassy Attends Filipino Community Outreach Activity
- Friday, 29 July 2022 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EMBASSY-ON-WHEELS FOR THE REST OF FY 2022
- Tuesday, 26 July 2022 Philippine Embassy Outreach Delivers Consular and Other Government Services in Buraidah Al Qassim Region of Saudi Arabia
- Monday, 18 July 2022 Advisory on the unauthorized use of the Philippine Embassy seal, coat of arms, and photographs and persons and entities claiming association with the embassy and its partner agencies
- Saturday, 02 July 2022 Embassy Closure on 10 to 14 July 2022
- Thursday, 23 June 2022 Philippine Embassy in Saudi Arabia Hosts Filipino Community Night in celebration of the 124th Anniversary of Independence Day
- Thursday, 23 June 2022 Philippine Embassy in Riyadh Celebrates 124th Anniversary of Philippine Independence
- Wednesday, 15 June 2022 ADVISORY ON THE NON-ACCEPTANCE OF MANUALLY EXTENDED PASSPORTS
- Saturday, 11 June 2022 Philippine Embassy Inaugurates Multipurpose Building in Riyadh
- Thursday, 02 June 2022 SUSPENSION OF PASSPORT RELEASING AT THE EMBASSY
- Tuesday, 31 May 2022 Beginning 30 May 2022, Fully-Vaccinated and Boosted ForeignNationals may enter the Philippines without a RT-PCR test
- Tuesday, 31 May 2022 Beginning 30 May 2022, Fully-Vaccinated and Boosted Filipino Nationals may enter the Philippines without a RT-PCR test
- Tuesday, 31 May 2022 Philippine Embassy in Riyadh Multipurpose Building Architects and Engineers
Announcements and Notices
Friday, 29 July 2022
Sunday, 03 October 2021
Over 3100 Register for Overseas Voting in Riyadh in 3 Months
(Riyadh, 24 July 2014) The registration for overseas voting being conducted at the Philippine Embassy in Riyadh has gained momentum with 3118 registering from 6 May up to 23 July 2014.
The Embassy started registration of Filipinos for overseas voting on 6 May at the Embassy in the Diplomatic Quarter in Riyadh. In May, 1398 registered at the Embassy, but the number dropped in June to 241 registrants. From 1 to 23 July, a total of 1479 new registrants were processed at the Philippine Embassy in Riyadh.
The Embassy also accepted requests for the transfer of registration records, applications for reinstatement in the national registry of overseas voters, applications for reactivation of registration records, and applications for change of address within the same jurisdiction. The Embassy accepted a total of 136 various related requests to the overseas voting registration.
Recently, all Filipinos who have transactions at the Embassy must go through the process of registration for overseas voting and recapture of biometrics. The Embassy therefore advises all its nationals who come to the Embassy to allot enough time for their intended transaction as well as the registration and recapture of biometrics.
Filipinos in the Eastern Region may register during the consular outreach missions also known as the “Embassy on Wheels”.
The Embassy calls on all Filipinos to disseminate this information on the ongoing registration for overseas voting which will continue until October 2015. END
Philippine Embassy in Riyadh Celebrates the
150th Birth Annive rsary of Apolinario Mabini
(Riyadh, 24 July 2014) In celebration of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Apolinario Mabini, the Philippine Embassy organized a program and invited High School students from the different Philippine Overseas Schools in Riyadh to participate in the activity.
The theme Mabini@150: Talino at Paninindigan, was aimed to promote awareness on the life and writings of Apolinario Mabini and why he was called the Brains of the Revolution.
Second Secretary and Consul Mary Jennifer D. Dingal gave the opening remarks where she gave a snapshot on the life of Apolinario Mabini. Ambassador Ezzedin H. Tago, then led the Wreath Laying Ceremony, as well as the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to open the mini photo exhibit about Apolinario Mabini. Two student representatives also recited “The True Decalogue” written by Apolinario Mabini.
The highlight of the program was a short lecture conducted by Second Secretary and Consul Winston Dean S. Almeda on the History of Philippine Revolution and how Apolinario Mabini contributed and influenced the other Filipino leaders during that time. Consul Almeda also gave a brief background on the History of Philippine Foreign Service in which Apolinario Mabini was first appointed as the 1st Secretary of Foreign Affairs.
Further, in relation to the National Disability Prevention and Awareness Month which was also being celebrated this week, a short video presentation on Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) was shown to the students. The presentation showed them how PWDs were coping up with their everyday life and how they are learning to adapt to their environment in spite of their disabilities. The video also showed how the Philippine government has increased its efforts to extend assistance through livelihood and other programs for the PWDs.
The Embassy hopes to organize similar informative activities which can benefit the Filipino students in Riyadh in helping them be more aware of the Philippine history and culture. (END)
24 July 2014
Nananawagan ang Embahada sa mga Nalalabing Mothers/Fathers and Children Cases para sa DNA Testing Pre-registration Procedure
|1||Abad, Imelda Palacpac||65||Malang, Neriza Concepcion|
|2||Abainza, Annaliza Cupon||66||Malik, Normina Tuan|
|3||Abdullah, Zarina Hussain||67||Mamadra, Janeth Lauban|
|4||Abo, Arbaya Salem||68||Mama, Rahima Wahid|
|5||Abo, Hanipa Manguda||69||Mangura, Asna Abdulhaman|
|6||Adam, Norhana Abdul||70||Mendato, Guiaria Butigen|
|7||Alawi, Sonora Alapa||71||Merluza, Rosalie Hibe|
|8||Albaracin, Rodrina Sumili||72||Mesias, Geraldine Casinero|
|9||Albento, Rowena Muhyang||73||Minalang, Zenaida Kamidon|
|10||Ali, Minah Piang||74||Monares, Dennis Samante|
|11||Amara, Glades Portillo||75||Montano, Rizalina A.|
|12||Amba, Fatima Salonga||76||Nahollot, Aida Ali|
|13||Ampuan, Sajid Dagadas||77||Namla, Sayla Elliam|
|14||Anggay, Efren Cariaga||78||Nohay, Cenon Deomampo|
|15||Arasani, Raida Flores||79||Oandasan, Loida Viloria|
|16||Asebi, Belen R.||80||Omar, Anisa Ali|
|17||Aspali, Mariam Ahamad||81||Ordeniza, Yolanda Alia|
|18||Angkas, Badria Makargas||82||Ormido, Chona Parcon|
|19||Atong, Akrima||83||Pacardo, Rhea Lara|
|20||Azal, Raesa Sangki||84||Palaran, Rosalie Descallar|
|21||Balasan, Rahima Camina||85||Palma, Joanne Almazan|
|22||Blah, Sittie Eskak||86||Palpal-latoc, Tasuana Tagorda|
|23||Bonifacio, Agnes Aller||87||Pangyarihan, Elsie Pilaes|
|24||Briones, Jonalyn Dimaya||88||Parcoso, Normina Maliga|
|25||Camacho, Felicidad Conde||89||Pardillo, Lende Fe Miro|
|26||Cayubit, Lino Andrada||90||Parinas, Marijane Manzano|
|27||Compania, Nora Lapungan||91||Pinto, Annaliza Amandoron|
|28||Culangen, Rhea Mayo||92||Quezon, Amina Mama|
|29||Cruz, Jinkee Dino||93||Rahman, Norhata Guiamil|
|30||Dador, Maricel Dela Cruz||94||Rauf, Nor-ain Maronsing|
|31||Daguio, Rhieza Torreffiel||95||Razon, Emelinda Guerrero|
|32||Daud, Fatima Acmad||96||Revamonte, Claire Tapis|
|33||De Vera, Vilma Baniqued||97||Remobles, Zaldy Galimba|
|34||Ebrahim, Sarah Endong||98||Reyes, Lilian Saballo|
|35||Erandio, Salvacion Escares||99||Ritual, Nora Ramirez|
|36||Escosura, Olivia Onas||100||Sabturani, Nerissa Henya|
|37||Esmayatin, Samsiah Laguindab||101||Saet, Analy Tanajura|
|38||Gani, Nurhaya Ibang||102||Jamaaril, Ridzman Itiral|
|39||Gara, Mohaima||103||Saiyari, Norhima Barang|
|40||Guialab, Rahma Kamid||104||Sakib, Kin Arah|
|41||Hadji Nasser, Nadiah Mapandi||105||Santos, Rolando Lumpot|
|42||Hasan, Norma Delagado||106||Salendab, Salahodin Ali|
|43||Hasan, Suraida Gaddong||107||Salvino, Elias De Jesus|
|44||Hassan, Fainalyn Gaffan||108||Samson, Jinky Lidres|
|45||Hataya, Hayria Odiang||109||Sansaluna, Fatima Nanding|
|46||Herida, Lovely Castromero||110||Sapal, Sania Dollofallas|
|47||Hernandez, Jean Francisco||111||Saway, Suraima Pagalad|
|48||Ibba, Marian Salahuddin||112||Sevilla, Erlinda Reutotar|
|49||Iglesias, Melody Duldulao||113||Simbolas, Emyrose Ramos|
|50||Imam, Guiaria Piang||114||Soria, Maricar Noda|
|51||Insung, Nurhida Ennong||115||Sultan, Rocaya Mitumug|
|52||Jaafar, Nasra Murad||116||Sunggay, Hyra Alon|
|53||Jabunan, Yasmeen Narciso||117||Talania, Marites|
|54||Jammang, Hadija Adzhari||118||Talip, Rosell Janoyan|
|55||Jover, Anita Tinaja||119||Tanala, Ma. Luisa Belino|
|56||Kapala, Nuwira Adalhani||120||Tiangco, Melanie Gallardo|
|57||Kusain, Fatima Antonio||121||Tiangga, Arlyn Ilumin|
|58||Ladimo, Ma. Eden Maravillas||122||Torre, Cynthia Azarias|
|59||Lagayan, Jainab Ali||123||Torres, Alejandra Tarectecan|
|60||Lim, Nor-ana Mastura||124||Umpat, Heria Radzak|
|61||Lugtu, Vera Liane Rea De Vera||125||Utto, Salima Alimao|
|62||Lusung, Janine Guintu||126||Verdejo, Nympha Aril|
|63||Lu, Zinaida Pacoldo||127||Villanueva, Candy S.|
|64||Macasindel, Nasiba Rasid||128||Wahab, Sarah Watamama|
Ang mga nabanggit na Mothers/ Fathers and Children cases ay hindi ma-kontak ng Embahada upang ma-isama sila sa pre-registration procedure na sinimulang ganapin noong 06 ng Hulyo 2014. Ang pre-registration procedure ay mahalaga upang ma-isama ang mga nabanggit na Mothers/ Fathers and Children cases sa panibagong DNA Testing na isasagawa ng mga kinauukulan ng pamahalaan ng Saudi Arabia.
22 July 2014
Philippine Embassy Signs Agreement with Saudi Company for the Consular Annex Building Design
(Right: Ambassador Ezzedin H. Tago, Philippine Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Left: Architect Raed Rabiah, President of ERAM Consulting Engineers)
(Riyadh, 22 July 2014) As part of its commitment to further improve its ability to extend consular services to the Filipino workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh has signed a Contract of Services Agreement with ERAM Consulting Engineers, an engineering and architectural consulting company based in Riyadh, for the Detailed Engineering Design (DED) of the Proposed Consular Annex Building, to be located at the Embassy Chancery.
The planned new 3-storey building will be more spacious with upgraded premises and facilities, which will allow the Embassy clients to have a more convenient experience, especially for those who will avail of consular services such as passport and releasing, authentication and notarial services.
The approved design by ERAM will be the basis for construction of the new building which may start in 2015. (END)