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Embassy of New Zealand in Manila

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Embassy of New Zealand in Manila - Philippines. On this webpage you will find contact and address details of the Foreign Embassy of New Zealand in Manila. Information on consular services of the Embassy of New Zealand in Philippines. When there is no Embassy of New Zealand in Manila you can contact an Embassy in a neighboring country.

Embassy of New Zealand in Manila

Addres:

New Zealand Embassy in Manila, the Philippines 23rd Floor, BPI Buendia Centre 360 Sen Gil Puyat Avenue (near Makati Avenue) P.O. Box 3228 MCP 1272 Makati City Manila Philippines

Telephone Number:

(+63) 2 891 5358

Fax Number:

(+63) 2 891 5357

Email:

nzemmanila@globelines.com.ph

Website:

www.nzembassy.com/philippines

Consul:

Mr Reuben Levermore - Ambassador

Office Hours:

 

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Manila Philippines

The capital city of the Philippines draws many foreign and local visitors.

But also an increasing number of Philippine citizens are travelling abroad to foreign countries for tourism or business purposes.

To be able to service these people regarding consular matters many foreign countries have established diplomatic missions in Manila such as Embassies and consulates.

The duty of foreign embassies is, among others, to service local and foreign citizens with consular matters such as document legalizations, visas and passports.

The ambassador of the New Zealand embassy in Manila is the highest official and acting as the chief diplomat and spokesperson for the government of New Zealand.

Various sections of a typical Embassy in Manila

Visa and passport section:

- Handle visa applications and passport applications and renewals.

Consular section:

- Document legalizations with regard to marriages between a Philippine citizen and a foreigner, births and deaths.

Trade section:

 - Organizing international trade missions and assisting with international trade matters between foreign companies and local Philppine companies.

Political section:

 - Dealing with international and local political matters.