Filipinos in the UAE may again secure appointments for consular services which include their ePassports concerns from the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi (AUHPE) and the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai (PCGDXB).The two Philippine missions resumed these services on April 26 (Sunday) as of Thursday afternoon, VFS Global in a press release stated that the Philippines e-Passport Renewal Centre in Wafi Mall, Dubai shall be accepting clients Sunday to Saturday from 12 noon to 8pm on an appointment basis through the company website and over info.philippinespptdxb@vfsglobal.com.In its public advisory posted over its website, AUHPE noted: "Only passport applicants with appointments from 26 April onwards will be allowed to come in person. All others will be accommodated online. This is in line with the 30 (per cent) directive of the UAE government on partial resumption of work."According to the PCGDXB website, its personnel would be "directly engaging with all passport applicants with prior appointments but were not served due to the suspension of consular services" arising from the pandemic.