OFWs in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates who are not sure if they are certified to vote for this year’s National Elections can verify their names from the list posted by the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi.
So if you are a Filipino who has registered, you can see your name from this list. Download the list from this link below – this comes from the official website of our embassy.
Currently, the Philippine Embassy in UAE has not yet posted the certified list of absentee voters (overseas voters), so please stay tuned. As per PH law, COMELEC will release the list of registered voters at least 120 days before the national election dates. Once COMELEC releases the list of names, they will forward it to the Philippine embassies, consulates, and foreign service establishments. We will keep you posted once this update is released. COMELEC has finally released the list of Filipino overseas voters! Please check out the link below to find your name:
- List of Certified Pinoy Voters in Abu Dhabi, UAE
- How to Search for my name in the list of overseas voters?
- What is the process of overseas voting at the Philippine Embassy in UAE?
- What does it mean if my name is included in the list of Overseas Voters?
- What if I’m not on the list? Can I still vote?
- I’m based in Dubai and other emirates of UAE, where’s my name?
- Contact Information
- Google Map Location
List of Certified Pinoy Voters in Abu Dhabi, UAE
Overseas Filipino workers in Abu Dhabi can find and check to see if you are allowed to vote based on that list.
Download List Here
- Land-Based OFWs: https://comelec.gov.ph/php-tpls-attachments/OverseasVoting/2022NLE/CLOV/MIDAF/ABU_DHABI.pdf
- Seafarers: https://comelec.gov.ph/php-tpls-attachments/OverseasVoting/2022NLE/CLOV/SEAFARERS_CLOV.pdf
How to Search for my name in the list of overseas voters?
In case you are wondering how you can search for your name, you simply have to choose the PDF file from the list uploaded by UAE PHiLIPPINE EMBASSY. They have compiled it according to alphabetical order using the last names of the registered voters.
All you have to do is open the file based on your Last Name, and then scroll to your name to find if it is listed.
What is the process of overseas voting at the Philippine Embassy in UAE?
In case, you are wondering what is the process of voting, the Embassy of the Philippines in UAE has posted an update on the steps you need to do to cast your vote.
Before Voting: Only registered voters in Abu Dhabi can vote at the Embassy. Check if your name is on the list of registered voters.
Registered Voter: After confirming that your name is on the list for Abu Dhabi, you may cast your vote at the Embassy within one month, from 10 April 2022 to 9 May 2022, including weekends, at the following timings:
10 April 2022 – 8am to 4pm
11 April to 8 May 2022 – 7:30am to 3:30pm
9 May 2022 – 7am to 3pm
Bring the Following: Original OR photocopy of valid ID (Emirates ID, passport, or any government-issued ID)
To ensure the smooth and peaceful conduct of national overseas voting, all are reminded of the following while inside the voting venue:
a. One should not wear or bring materials bearing the name, likeness, or symbols that may be construed as favoring a particular candidate, political party, or group.
b. Avoid actions that may be interpreted as campaigning for a particular candidate, political party or group, including distribution of materials, food, etc.
c. Avoid voting at the last minute. Given the limited space capacity of the voting venue, the voter is encouraged to vote early. The Embassy will only issue information that is coming from COMELEC. Anyone may verify the information from the official website of the COMELEC.
IMPORTANT: COMELEC provided five (5) automated machines for use of the EMbassy and POLO precincts. Because of this, voters may expect some waiting time.
What does it mean if my name is included in the list of Overseas Voters?
It means that you have successfully registered for overseas voting and you can participate in the COMELEC national elections.
What if I’m not on the list? Can I still vote?
Those who are not on the list will have to wait for the next election because only those who have registered before can vote.
I’m based in Dubai and other emirates of UAE, where’s my name?
You can check your name from this list if you have registered in Dubai or other Emirates – List of Certified Voters in Dubai and Northern Emirates
If you have further questions, it is best to contact our embassy. Details here: http://abudhabipe.dfa.gov.ph/
OFWs have a lot at stake in the elections. They are separated from their families for long periods of time, and they want to make sure that their children have a bright future. They also want to know that their hard-earned money is being used wisely by the Philippine government.
OFWs have the power to make their voices heard and to influence the outcome of the elections. It’s important for OFWs to register to vote and to make sure that their votes are counted. Every vote counts in the Philippine elections so make sure to vote wisely!
Embassy of the Philippines in Abu Dhabi, UAE
Address: No. Villa 1, W-48, Street #8, Sector 2-23, Plot 51, P.O. Box 3125, Al Qubaisat, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Tel. No.: (+971) 2-639-0006
Fax No.: (+971) 2-639-0002
Emergency No.: (+971) 50-813-7936
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook account: https://www.facebook.com/PHinUAE/
Google Map Location
In case you are wondering where the Philippine Embassy in United Arab Emirates is located, below is a map guide for you: