New Location Philippine Embassy in Jelaiah Area Doha Qatar from 2 Jan 2013

This is the new location of Philippine embassy in Jelaiah Area Doha Qatar they shifted on January 2 this year.The previous location is at  Dafna Area

Copyright: Edgardo gozun tumang
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Uploaded: 10/01/2013
Updated: 08/07/2013


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  • warren castillo 5 months ago
    Good evening po, ask ko lang po kung pwede akong makauwi ng pinas kahit expired na po ang passport ko ng june 2013? kase po kanina ko lang nakita passport ko ng nagpacancel ako sa kumpanya po namin hindi po ako ininform para irenew passport ko?
  • mike about 1 year ago
    maam good afternoon...maam maitanong lang,,,kasi kumuha ako nang police clearance didto sa qatar para sa application namin ng asawa ko sa canada,,,sabi po ng officer don mag pa stamp pa daw ako sa phil,embassy tapos sa ministry of foreign affairs???kailangan po bah talagang mag pa stamp maam??salamat poh
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