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DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Transcript of DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Departments and Functions
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Office of American Affairs
Office of Asia and Pacific Affairs
Office of European Affairs
Office of Middle East and African Affairs
Office of ASEAN Affairs
Office of United Nations and International Organizations.
The line offices are the following:
Office of Personnel and Administrative Services
Office of Legal Affairs
Office of Consular Affairs
DFA Office of Protocol
The Department of Foreign Affairs was created on June 23, 1898, eleven days after the declaration of Philippine independence at Kawit, Cavite through a decree of Emilio Aguinaldo, who appointed Apolinario Mabini as the Philippines’s first Secretary of Foreign Affairs.
Hong Kong Junta
Commonwealth Act No. 732
September 16, 1946 - Executive Order No. 18
to assist in post-war rehabilitation, formulate policies for investment promotion, and establish diplomatic relations with other countries.
The DFA became a founding member of the United Nations and one of the drafters of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It helped forge the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
Carlos P. Romulo - first Asian President of the UN General Assembly in 1952
President Ferdinand E. Marcos
Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN
EDSA Revolution in 1986
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation or APEC
ASEAN Free Trade Area
Under Fidel V. Ramos
The Ramos Administration - July 1992 to June 1998
Four Core Priorities of Philippine Foreign Policy
• the enhancement of national security
• promotion of economic diplomacy
• protection of overseas Filipino workers and Filipino nationals abroad
• the projection of a good image of the country abroad
The Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995
President Joseph Estrada
Linkages and Application
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PHL Government Agencies
Office of Protocol
Diplomatic and Consular List
Manual on Privileges and Immunities
Presentation of Credentials
TO ADVANCE THE INTERESTS OF THE PHILIPPINES AND THE FILIPINO PEOPLE IN THE WORLD COMMUNITY.
2330 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PASSPORT APPLICATION
Definition of Terms
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To contribute to the enhancement of national security and the protection of the territorial integrity and national sovereignty;
To participate in the national endeavor to sustain development and to enhance the Philippines' competitive edge in a global milieu;
To protect the rights and promote the welfare of Filipinos overseas and to mobilize them as partners in national development;
To project a positive image of the Philippines;
To increase international understanding of Philippine culture for mutually-beneficial relations with other countries; and,
To increase and maximize human, financial, technological and other resources to optimize the performance of the Department.
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by NSO. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in NSO Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (Report of Birth duly authenticated by NSO if born abroad)
No need to submit a passport size photo
Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)
NSO Birth Certificate
- Department of Foreign Affairs.
- the official residence or offices of an ambassador.
- is a travel document, usually issued by the government of a nation, that certifies the identity and nationality of its holder for the purpose of international travel.
Philippine Foreign Policy
- The most important provisions of the 1987 Philippine Constitution which pertain to the framing of Philippine foreign policy.
(United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea)- is the most comprehensive attempt at creating a unified regime for governance of the rights of nations with respect to the world's oceans.
- an endorsement on a passport indicating that the holder is allowed to enter, leave, or stay for a specified period of time in a country.
- National Statistical Coordination Board Philippines
is an official office of a country in another country.
-Technical Cooperation Council of the Philippines
- Public-Private Partnership Center
- Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
- is a forum for 21 Pacific Rim member economies that seeks to promote free trade and economic cooperation throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
THE DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS is the prime agency of government responsible for the pursuit of the State's foreign policy and the nerve center for a Foreign Service worthy of the trust and pride of every Filipino.
Kagawaran ng Ugnayang Panlabas
(DFA-OCA) Aseana Business Park,Macapagal Boulevard,Parañaque City
We are an organization of competent, dedicated and highly motivated personnel, who devote their energies to the benefit of the Filipino people.
We implement foreign policy with the highest standards of professionalism and commitment.
We pursue bilateral, regional and multilateral relations to advance the interest of the Philippines and the Filipinos.
We build partnerships with national security and development agencies, think-tanks and the academe, the private sector, the media and civil society in the interest of the nation and the people.
We endeavor to promote regional and global cooperation in order to achieve peace, prosperity and stability.
In the global arena, we work for social justice especially for the poor, human rights and fundamental freedoms, and a democratic way of life.
We are committed to secure a world free from serious environmental degradation, transnational crime and proliferation of nuclear weapons.
Our missions abroad are the partners of Filipinos overseas in the pursuit of the national interest and in the promotion and protection of their rights and well-being.
We have highly responsive system, which ensures effective delivery of services.
Our personnel are our greatest asset. We are committed to the personal, professional and career development of each employee.
In pursuit of our goals, we strive for and live by the principles of excellence, integrity and patriotism.
HON. ALBERT F. DEL ROSARIO
Secretary of Foreign Affairs
Public Financial Management
Tourism Information Portal
Foreign Service Institute
Ma. Theresa Dizon-De Vega
Raul S. Hernandez
Rafael E. Seguis
Undersecretary for Administration
Jose S. Brillantes
Undersecretary for Special and Ocean Concerns
Hon. Mary Jo Bernardo-Aragon
Consul General/Internal Audit Assistant Secretary
EFA, SAMANTHA LORRAINE
BALANQUIT, HONEY GRACE
TOLEDO, CHRISTINE JANE