A: Yes, it is always needed to have an appointment with the Embassy beforehand. To book an appointment please e-mail the Embassy firstname.lastname@example.org
A: A legalisation is a confirmation that the signature on a document is genuine.
A: A verification is typically used as proof that a photocopy is a true copy of the original document. Verification does not have anything to do with the contents of a document, and merely confirms that it is a true copy.
A: No. Extension of Philippine visa is handled by the Philippine Bureau of immigration. You can find the Bureau's contact information on its official website http://www.immigration.gov.ph
A copy of a Danish birth certificate cannot be obtained through a Danish diplomatic mission. You must contact either the church in Denmark where your birth was registered or the parish your last residential address in Denmark belonged to. You may find the information on the website of Danish Churches and Danish Parishes.
No, you cannot obtain a copy of your Danish criminal record through the Embassy. You can find information on how to obtain a copy of your criminal record on the website of the Danish Police.
A: It is possible for Danish nationals living abroad and holders of Danish refugee passports to receive an access code for a NemID (digital signature) from the Embassy in Manila.
You can find information on how to order a NemID on this page: Order a NemID
A: Yes. The Embassy translates short standard documents such as driving license, birth certificate, divorce paper and equivalent. Processing time is under normal circumstances 3 working days. However, kindly note that the Embassy does not carry out major translations, i.e. employment contract, medical certificate, business letters, etc.
A: No. The Embassy will not render assistance on matters relating to employment search, both in Denmark and in the Philippines.
A: No. You can use your valid foreign driving license in the Philippines for maximum of 90 days from the date of arrival. If you are staying beyond 90 days, you need to apply for a Philippine driving license. Kindly contact the Land Transportation Office for further information about this.
A: You are requested to contact the Division of Family Affairs at the National Social Appeals Board before taking steps to initiate adoption proceedings abroad. You may also find relevant information on the website of the National Social Appeals Board , where under "Adoption," it is possible to find a number of questions and answers on adoption.
If an adoption has already been completed pursuant to the law of the Philippines but not pursuant to Danish law, the case shall be submitted to the Danish Division of Family Affairs in order to decide whether the adoption can be recognized in Denmark.
Applicants should be advised not to enter Denmark with the child until the Division of Family Affairs at the National Social Appeals Board has taken a decision as to whether the foreign adoption can be recognized under Danish law.
A: No. The officers at the Embassy are not lawyers, thus, are not authorized to offer legal advice. The Embassy, moreover, has no in-house lawyer offering legal services to Danish nationals. The Danish Embassy may render assistance in finding a local lawyer. However, it does not assume responsibility or liability for the professional ability or reputation of, or the quality of services provided by the local lawyer.
A: No. The Embassy issues ”Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage” to Danish nationals only. You are requested to contact your respective Embassy/Consulate for the needed certificate.
A: The Bureau of Immigration in the Philippines advices foreign nationals to file for visa extension seven (7) days before your Temporary Visitor’s visa expires. Please refer to the Bureau of Immigration for information on visa extension application.
A: You may be entitled to a foreign pension if you have lived or worked in another country than Denmark. It depends on the rules in the individual country whether you are entitled to have your foreign pension paid out in Denmark. For further details you may visit Pension in Denmark.
A: Matters concerning child support should be forwarded directly to the following offices in Denmark, click on the links below:
A: No. The Embassy nor the Consulates in Davao and Cebu, do not engage in matters of inheritance and administration of estates in the Philippines. The Embassy and Consulate may render assistance in referring local lawyers.
For further details please go to this link.