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Richard K. Woodling, AIA, LEED AP
Consul General, a.h.
Republic of the Philippines
Portland, Oregon
500 Pioneer Tower                          888 SW Fifth Avenue
Portland, OR 97204 USA
Tel: 503-679-6682
Fax: 503-323-9019
Email - richard.woodling@comcast.net
Philippine Honorary Consul General of Oregon

Consular Responsibilities:

Attending to and protecting the interests of the Philippines throughout Oregon, preserving the unity and cooperation among members of Filipino communities while defending the rights of all Philippine citizens and promoting their welfare including:

  1. Promoting and expanding foreign trade, attracting foreign tourists and investments;
  2. Studying the relations between the Philippines and the United States, becoming acquainted with everything affecting the interests of the Philippines and which may be utilized for the development of Philippine commerce, industry, shipping, agriculture and economic conditions in general;
  3. Developing a market for Philippine products and disseminating factual information about Philippine political, economic, social and cultural development; and
  4. Performing such other functions and services as may be deemed proper and necessary in the furtherance of Philippine commercial interests abroad.

Consular Services (by appointment only):

Please note: The Portland Consulate General does NOT Process Passport or Dual Citizenship applications

While I am not authorized to administer oaths to Philippine citizens or process passport applications, I am permitted to certify ship's papers, authenticate documents executed by Philippine citizens and authenticate the validity of the official acts of local authorities or notaries public including:

  1. Issuing Authentications and/or Acknowledgements (with red ribbon and consular seal);
  2. Issuing 3 month, 6 month or 1 year non-immigrant visas to temporary visitors, those in transit, seamen and crew lists without prior authorization from the Secretary of Foreign Affairs; and
  3. Issuing one-way Travel Documents (under special conditions) to Filipinos without passports.

All other consular services are provided by the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco.

Additional Information on Legalization of Documents:

(Please note that I am only authorized to legalize documents for residents of Oregon.)

Acknowledgement of Special Powers of Attorney, Affidavits and other Legal Instruments

  • Principals (persons executing the document) must appear personally to sign the document.  For those who cannot make a personal appearance, follow authentication procedures below.
  • The following documents must be submitted:
  1. Two (2) originals OR one (1) original and one (1) copy of each document
  2. Two (2) photocopies of passport or ID card (for each document submitted).  Note that the acknowledgement certificate will follow the name in the passport or ID card submitted.

Authentication of Notarized Documents (for principals who cannot       appear in person)

  • The document must be duly notarized by a local notary public.
  • The applicant must obtain an apostille or a "Certification of Notary Public" by presenting the notarized document to the Secretary of State's office in Salem.

Note:  Legal documents notarized by notaries public accredited by the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco can be                 authenticated without the required Secretary of State's certificate.

As of 22 April 2013,  accredited notaries public in Oregon are       Ms. Michelle Anne L. Robles in Portland    (503-539-3879, Michelle.Raquedan@gmail.com) and Mr. John Alamarez in Salem (503-999-4758, johnalamarez@yahoo.com) Complete list of Accredited Notaries Public by the San Francisco Philippine Consulate General are as follows:

Notary Public Accreditation Number

Name of Notary Public

County/State

Dates of Commission

Validity of PCGSF Accreditation

Contact Number

NP-01-004-2009-SMCA

JOYCE G. GASTROCK

San Mateo, CA

7 Jan 13 – 6 Jan 17

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T650.892.6173

NP-02-005-2009-ANAK

JESUS A. V. VIZCOCHO

Anchorage, AK

8 Aug 10 – 8 Aug 14

1 Jan  – 31 Dec 2013

T907.336.1820

NP-03-006-2009-SEWA

REDENTOR A. MATEO

Seattle, WA

7 Jun 09 – 7 Jun 13

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T206.325.5869.

NP-04-006-2009-SEWA

SHEILA M. BURRUS

Seattle, WA

1 Nov 10 – 1 Nov 14

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T206.300.3820

NP-06-007-2009-FRCA

MARIBELLE A. DYOCO

Fresno, CA

17 Dec 10 – 16 Dec 14

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T559.940.8450

NP-07-008-2009-SEWA

EDYET AQUINO

Seattle, WA

25 Sep 10 – 25 Sep 14

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T206.722.0906

NP-09-008-2009-MAOR

JOHN P. ALAMAREZ

Salem, OR

13 Apr 09 – 12 Apr 13

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T503.999.4758

NP-10-010-2009-DECO

DONNA B. LAVIGNE

Denver, CO

30 Mar 11 – 30 Mar 15

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T303.465.0616

NP-11-012-2009-KIWA

MA. VALENTINA I. PAVINO

Kirkland, WA

29 Oct 10 – 29 Oct 14

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T206.498.0572

NP-12-001-2010-VAWA

ENRICO E. TADEO

Vancouver, WA

23 Dec 09 – 23 Dec 13

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T360.690.0774

NP-13-009-2010-PIWA

LUZVIMINDA E. MILTON

Pierce, WA

28 Apr 08 – 28 Apr 12

1 Jan –  31 Dec 2013

T253.973.5680

NP-14-009-2010-SCWA

ERLINDA F. REYES

Santa Clara, CA

18  Dec 11 – 18 Dec 15

14 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T408.509.1274

NP-15-009-2010-MUOR

MICHELLE ANNE L. ROBLES

Multnomah, OR

10  Aug 12 – 9 Aug 16

14 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T503.539.3879

NP-16-004-2011-SFCA

EMILIANO P. LLARENA

San Francisco, CA

13 Aug 11 – 12 Aug 15

3 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T650. 619.0888

NP-17-004-2011-DCCA

MANUEL B. LLANES

Daly City, CA

27 Dec 12 – 26 Dec 16

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T415.308.6654

NP-18-011-2011-FRCA

ARTHUR S. OZOA

Fremont, CA

17 Dec 10 – 16 Dec 14

1 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T408.823.4461

NP-20-002-2012-SMCA

JOSE J. SAN GABRIEL

San Mateo, CA

28 Jul 11 – 28 Jul 15

20 Feb – 31 Dec 2013

T650-572-9100

NP-22-002-2012-SACA

ALBERTO G. MONTEFALCON, JR.

Sacramento, CA

 

18 Jan - 31 Dec 2013

T916-444-0440

NP-23-002-2013-SCCA

GLENDA V. SANTOS

Santa Clara, CA

19 May -18 May 16

29 Jan – 31 Dec 2013

T408-887-7831

NP-24-002-2013-SCCA

LIBERTY D. LIZARDO

Santa Clara, CA

2 Feb 12-2 Feb 16

19 Feb – 31 Dec 2013

T408-728-5219

NP-25-002-2013-CCCA

GRETA DIOSA QUITORIO

Contra Costa, CA

24 Nov 12-23 Nov 16

25 Feb – 31 Dec 2013

T707-567-2483

NP-26-003-2013-KOAK

MARY ANGELICA GUILAS-HAWVER

Kodiak, AK

18 May 11-18 May 15

26 Mar – 31 Dec 2013

T907-539-2403

NP-27-004-2013-SCCA

ISIDORO ZIPAGAN GUZMAN

Santa Clara, CA

14 Feb 12- 13 Feb 16

1 Apr – 31 Dec 2013

T408-772-6780

NP-28-004-2013-ALCA

HEIDI  A. DE LOS REYES

Alameda, CA

4 Jun 11- 3 Jun 2015

19 Apr – 31 Dec 2013

T510-303-8446


  • Submit the original copy plus one (1) photocopy of the document with the Secretary of State's certificate.

Mailing of Documents: When sending documents for                           authentication, please include a 9 x 12 envelope, pre-addressed         and pre-stamped with sufficient postage (at least $1.32) so that         the document can be returned without folding it into a smaller             envelope.

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