If you have registered to vote for the 2022 Philippine National Elections and want to check if you are able to cast a vote, here’s a Certified List of Overseas Voters posted by the Embassy of the Philippines in Doha.
So if you are a Filipino overseas worker in Qatar who has registered before, you will be able to see your name from this official list. You can download the PDF list from the link below – this comes from the official website of our embassy.
UPDATE: Currently, the Philippine Embassy in Doha 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.
- Pinoys in Qatar Who are Eligible to Vote in the Philippine Elections
- Schedule for voting – TO BE DETERMINED
- What to Bring When You Vote
- I cannot find my name on the list. Can I still vote?
- How to Find your name in the list of overseas voters?
- I see my name on the list of certified voters, what should I do next?
- What if my name is not on the list of registered voters?
- Contact Information
- Google Map Location
Pinoys in Qatar Who are Eligible to Vote in the Philippine Elections
OFWs in Qatar who are not sure if they are registered and certified to vote for this National Elections 2022 can verify their names from the list provided by the Philippine embassy in Doha.
Only those included in this list are allowed to vote. The Phil. embassy Doha has posted the list from their website. You can see it here:
Click the Link to Download the List:
Note: The list of voters is still from 2019 elections. Please be advised that we will update this page with the links soon once they will release it:
Schedule for voting – TO BE DETERMINED
Sundays to Thursdays 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Fridays, Saturdays, and Holidays 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (no break) Last day of voting (May 9, 2016) 7:00 AM – 12:00 NN (local time)
What to Bring When You Vote
If your name is on the certified list of voters, published by the embassy and want to vote for the national elections, please bring your Qatar ID, passport, or any other identification cards clearly showing your photo.
I cannot find my name on the list. Can I still vote?
Those who are not on the list may have not registered before. So you will have to wait for the next election since only those who have registered before are eligible to vote.
How to Find your name in the list of overseas voters?
In order to locate your name from the list provided by PH embassy in Doha, you simply have to choose the PDF file from the list. 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.
I see my name on the list of certified voters, what should I do next?
Congratulations, you can exercise your right to vote! Stay tuned as the PH Embassy will be issuing updates on the process of voting especially in this time of health crisis.
What if my name is not on the list of registered voters?
It means that you are unable to vote in the upcoming 2022 Philippine elections. You may vote in the succeeding elections after this.
When will the list of certified absentee voters in Singapore be released?
As per Philippine Republic Act No. 9189 Sec. 13 – COMELEC will prepare the list of Overseas voters within 120 days before the election dates.
Please see the statement here – Preparation and Posting of Certified List of Overseas Absentee Voters. – The Commission shall prepare the Certified List of Overseas Absentee Voters within one hundred twenty (120) days before every election, and furnish within the same period copies thereof to the appropriate embassies, consulates, and other foreign service establishments, which shall post the same in their bulletin boards within ten (10) days from receipt thereof.
Embassy of the Philippines in Doha, Qatar
Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday, from 7:00 AM to 12:00 NN (except holidays)
Address: Villa No. 7, Al Eithar (Lehsain) Street, No. 860, Zone 68, Jelaiah Area
Doha, State of Qatar, P.O. Box 24900, (near Qatar University)
Trunkline: (+974) 4483 1585
Fax: (+974) 4483 1595
Consular Section: (+974) 4493 0426/ hotline 5527 5123
Assistance to Nationals: (+974) 4483 2560/ hotline 6644 6303
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PHinQatar
Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO): (+974) 4488 3858, 4486 8001, 4486 1220, 5054 0707, 3003 2248, 3030 4778, 3160 4400
SSS Representative: (+974) 5591 5961
Pag-IBIG Representative: (+974) 5021 1555
Google Map Location
The Philippine Embassy is in Doha. The exact location is St. No. 860, Zone 68, Jelaiah Area, Doha.