Action and Modernization: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to serve the community
The Algerian Consulate informs the Algerian citizens in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland that Algerian TV "Canal Algérie" in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will air on Saturday, a television broadcast of 50 minutes entitled “Action and Modernization: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to serve the community”, it can be viewed again on the weekend.
This show will include an interview, during which the Minister of State discusses the new vision and strategies for the management of our national community abroad. With the objective to establish foundations for a partnership based on dialogue and consultation.
Furthermore, part of this program will be devoted to aspects related to the simplification measures of administrative and Civil-Status documents and the introduction of ITC in the consular management.
Subscription in the national loan bonds:
The Algerian Consulate in London is pleased to inform the Algerian community in the UK and Ireland that an operation of subscription in the national loan bonds for economic development was launched, from 17 April 2016.
This action has an immense importance for the national economy. The funds are to be directed entirely and exclusively to investment projects for the benefit of the national economy.
Communiqué for Algerian citizens living in the republic of Ireland
The Consulate of Algeria in London is pleased to inform the citizens living in Ireland, whose biometric passports are ready for collection and who cannot come to London to collect it (because they cannot get a visa), that it has put in place, as a new facilitation - and exceptional - measure, a procedure for them to get their biometric passport by recorded mail.
Biometric passport for children under 12:
As a new facilitating measure of the biometric passport procedures benefiting our citizens abroad, it is brought to their care that, as of 30 June 2015, the presence of children under 12 years is no longer required at the Consulate either when submitting the application or when collecting the passport. These two operations can now be performed by the child's legal guardian.