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The Philippine Consulate General in Honolulu conducts regular outreach missions to bring various consular services to Filipinos residing in Hawaii and American Samoa. The schedule of the Outreach Missions is posted below.

In order to streamline consular outreach operations and to ensure an efficient and comfortable process for everyone, passport applications will be on a per-appointment basis. Unless you have an appointment, there is a very big possibility that we will not be able to accommodate you. All other services such as Civil Registry, Notarial and Dual Citizenship will continue to be  on a "first-come-first-served" basis.

You may register here. Please be reminded that ONE ticket PER CLIENT policy will apply.

The following are the Consulate's schedule of Consular Outreach Missions for the year 2020 (please note that the dates of the Consular Outreach Missions are subject to change):

NO.
VENUE
INDICATIVE DATES
SERVICES TO BE RENDERED
INDICATIVE DATE OF OPENING OF APPOINTMENT
1 Kona, Big Island Jan. 25-26 Passport, Civil Registry, Notarial & Dual Citizenship

 

CLOSED

 
2 Kahului, Maui  Feb 22-23   Passport, Civil Registry, Notarial & Dual Citizenship

CLOSED

3  Hilo, Big Island Mar 21-22   Passport, Civil registry, Notarial & Dual Citizenship

CANCELLED*

  4  Kahului, Maui Apr 18-19   Passport, Civil Registry, Notarial & Dual Citizenship CANCELLED*
5  Lihue, Kaua'i May 16-17  Passport, Civil Registry, Notarial & Dual Citizenship  CANCELLED*
6 Kahului, Maui  Jun 20-21   Passport, Civil Registry, Notarial & Dual Citizenship CANCELLED*
7  American Samoa Aug 14-16   Passport, Civil Registry & Notarial CANCELLED*
8  Hilo, Big Island Sep 19-20  Passport, Civil Registry, Notarial & Dual Citizenship CANCELLED*
9 Lihue, Kaua'i  Oct 24-25   Passport, Civil registry, Notarial & Dual Citizenship
CANCELLED*
10

Kahului, Maui 

Nov 14-15  Passport, Civil registry, Notarial, Dual Citizenship & Overseas Voting Registration CANCELLED*

*Temporarily suspended following the proclamation of a State of Emergency by the Hawaii State Government on 4 March 2020, the recent reported cases of a number of presumptive positive COVID-19 cases, and in efforts to mitigate the spread of the virus.