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Acknowledgment

An acknowledgment is the act by which a person who has executed a legal document goes before a competent officer and declares it to be his true and voluntary act and deed. When a person who has executed a legal document appears personally before an officer of the Philippine Embassy and is acknowledged thereof, the officer shall execute a Certificate of Acknowledgment.

The requirements for the Issuance of a Certificate of Acknowledgment are as follows:

  1. Original copy and two (2) photocopies of the legal document executed. Kindly note that the Embassy does not offer photocopying service;
  2. Personal appearance;
  3. Original passport and photocopy of photopage of the passport (Note: the Embassy does not offer photocopying services) and,
  4. Payment of processing fee: can be found in this link http://bangkokpe.dfa.gov.ph/consular-office/schedule-of-service-fees

FORMS - https://bangkokpe.dfa.gov.ph/consular-office/download-electronic-consular-forms 

SCHEDULE OF FEES - https://bangkokpe.dfa.gov.ph/consular-office/schedule-of-service-fees 

Reminder: Documents issued in the Philippines, including PSA-issued documents (e.g. Certificates of Birth, Marriage, Death, and No Marriage Record / Court Documents etc.), should have a Philippine apostille before they can be used as a supporting document for consular services.

For queries, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +66 89 926 5954.

Related: ADVISORY: APOSTILLE REQUIREMENT FOR PHILIPPINE-ISSUED DOCUMENTS FOR LEGALIZATION AND CERTIFICATION BY THE PHILIPPINE EMBASSY