How to Process ASG - Affidavit of Support and Guarantee in Dubai

A sponsor is responsible for processing an “Affidavit of Support and Guarantee”. Sponsor should be an immediate family member of the visit visa applicant, he/she should have a monthly salary of not less than 4,000 AED or 3,000 AED + accommodation.


The applicant must be within the 4th degree of consanguinity or affinity. Spouse, parent, child, grandparent, grandchildren, uncle, aunt, niece, nephew and 1st cousin are the only acceptable relative scheme.

It must be processed in Philippine consulate or embassy, be careful with travel agencies selling fake ASG. Sponsor needs to process ASG after approved visit visa is released. It takes 7 days maximum, fee is 100 AED and courier of 15 AED should you wish to have it delivered.

Proceed to Philippine consulate and follow below procedure:

1.Fill out 2 copies of ASG form – DOWNLOAD THE FORM HERE
2. Prepare 2 sets of passport photocopies, sponsor and visa applicant
3. Salary certificate of the sponsor with company stamp
4. Bring the original visit visa and 2 photocopies
5. Copy of trade license of travel agency facilitating the visit visa
6. Copy of housing lease contract of the sponsor
7. Proceed to Notary window for processing
8. Pay ASG notary fee and courier

Here’s the current address and contact details of Philippine Consulate in Dubai. Please check the map for more directions.

Villa No. 234-851, Beirut Street
Al Qusais 3, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel. No. + 971 4 2207100
 Fax No. + 971 4 2207800


From Abu Dhabi – Take Sheikh Zayed Road/ Business Bay towards Dubai all the way to Rashidiya, the airport tunnel, and the road heading to Sharjah. Emerging from the airport tunnel, you are on Beirut St. On your left you’ll find the Al Qusais Police Station, on your right Emarat petrol station and Light cafeteria. Before reaching the stop light, turn right and another quick right turn (Beirut Extension No. 2). On your left is the Consulate General Compound (immediate villa for Consular and Notary Services, the second villa is the labor office).

From Sharjah and the N. Emirates - Once you reach the junction of Beirut St. and Amman St., head towards the airport tunnel take the upper lane before entering the tunnel on the lower lane. Once you reach the stop light, make a quick U-turn. On your left you’ll find the Al Qusais Police Station, on your right Emarat petrol station and Light cafeteria. Before reaching the stop light, turn right and another quick right turn (Beirut Extension No. 2). On your left is the Consulate General Compound (immediate villa for Consular and Notary Services, the second villa is the labor office).

Metro Via Red Line – Drop off at Rashidiya or Emirates station, take a quick cab trip to Al Qusais. Most, if not all cabs know where the Consulate General is. Fare approximately (20 AED). The Consulate General will be on your right from Beirut St.

Metro Via Green Line – Drop off at Al Qusais station, approximately 3 blocks away, a bit of a walk. 

By bus – From Bur Dubai Bus 33, from Satwa Bus 32C, from Deira Bus 13, drop off at Al Qusais Bus Stop across Al Qusais Police Station. From station, the Consulate is on your right side, approximately 50m walk.

Office Hours:
Sunday – Thursday (Except Legal Holidays)
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 nn ( Closes during lunch break : 12- 1 PM)
1:00 p.m – 5:00 p.m. (Cashier accepts payments until 4 PM only)
Emails: pcgdxb@pcgdubai.ae or pcgdxb@gmail.com

PS. Please do not wear slippers or shorts when going the Philippine Consulate in Dubai.

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