First regional DFA tops in Southern Luzon is now open at Robinsons Galleria South
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First regional DFA tops in Southern Luzon is now open at Robinsons Galleria South

/ 10:27 AM October 06, 2021

The first regional DFA TOPS in Southern Luzon is now at Robinsons Galleria South, located in San Pedro, Laguna. Located at the 3rd floor of the Robinsons Mall, DFA TOPS or Temporary Off-Site Passport Services will provide convenient access to all types of passport applications not limited to passport renewals. Interested applicants may book at the official Passport Online Appointment System at passport.gov.ph. 

Present during the ribbon cutting were (l-r) MA. CATHERINE S. ALEJANDRO, Robinsons Malls Operations Director, HON. SENEN T. MANGALILE, Assistant Secretary DFA – Office of Consular Affairs, IRVING L. WU, Robinsons Malls External Affairs and Operations Support Director, ELIZABETH A. ALBERTO Officer-in-Charge DFA – NCR South and MARIA THERESA C. MIRANDA Robinsons Malls Special Projects Manager.

“We are very happy and honored that we have another opportunity to partner with the Department of Foreign Affairs.  This is the third Robinsons Malls where DFA TOPS is now open,” says Irving Wu, Robinsons Malls External Affairs and Operations Support Director. He adds that there are 2 more DFA TOPS located in Robinsons Place Las Pinas and in Robinsons Magnolia in Quezon City. DFA TOPS is open from Mondays to Fridays.

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