Filipinos in Kuwait and have registered to vote for the 2022 Philippine National Elections can check if they’re certified to vote by visiting the website of the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait. Our embassy has listed the list of absentee voters for the upcoming elections.
So if you are a Filipino overseas worker in Kuwait 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 the embassy.
UPDATE: COMELEC has already released the updated list of overseas voters certified to practice their right to vote in Kuwait. Please check out the list below!
Currently, the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait 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 Kuwait who are Registered and Eligible to Vote in the Philippine Elections
- Overseas Voting Schedule in Kuwait
- How to Search for your name in the list of overseas voters in Kuwait?
- What if I see my name on the list?
- What if my name is not on the list of registered voters?
- Contact Information
- Google Map Location
Pinoys in Kuwait who are Registered and Eligible to Vote in the Philippine Elections
Filipinos in Kuwait who registered and are qualified to vote for the 2022 National Elections may check their names by using the links.
The list contains the sequence number, Voter’s Name, and Registration Date and the files will be separated according to Land-based and Seafarers.
Only those included in this list are allowed to vote. The Phil. embassy Kuwait has posted the list from their website. You can see it here:
- Click the Link to Download the List: https://comelec.gov.ph/php-tpls-attachments/OverseasVoting/2022NLE/CLOV/MIDAF/KUWAIT.pdf
Note: The Kuwait list of Filipino voters is for 2022 elections. Please be advised that the list was shared by COMELEC agency.
Overseas Voting Schedule in Kuwait
In case you are wondering when is the schedule for Filipinos in Kuwait to vote, you can visit the Philippine Embassy on the following voting schedules:
10 April to 9 May 2022 – 8am to 9 May 2022 – 7pm Philippine Time
As you may have noticed, the schedule for Pinoys overseas to vote is open a month before the actual elections in the Philippines. This means that we have a month to practice our right to vote and we can choose our own convenient time to visit the PH Embassy and submit our ballots.
Here is a photo of the schedule of voting for OFWs:
How to Search for your name in the list of overseas voters in Kuwait?
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 the Phil Embassy in Kuwait. 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 if I see my name on the list?
It means that you have successfully registered for overseas voting and you can participate in the upcoming elections as overseas absentee voters.
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.
If you are a Filipino overseas worker in Kuwait 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 above – this comes from the official website of the embassy.
The Philippine elections are just around the corner, and eligible Filipino citizens in Kuwait are encouraged to exercise their right to vote. Voting is one of the most important things you can do for your country, and it is especially important for Filipinos living abroad. With so many OFWs in Kuwait, each one has the potential to make a difference in the outcome of the elections.
If you may have inquiries or need further assistance with your questions about voting in the Kingdom, you can contact the PH Embassy Kuwait office. Below are the details:
Embassy of the Philippines in Kuwait
Address: Villa 15, Masjid Al-Aqsa Street, Block 1, Salwa Area, Kuwait
Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Sundays to Thursdays
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PHinKuwait/
Google Map Location
Please be advised of the new location of the Philippines Embassy in Kuwait below. Here’s a map guide for your reference: