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Your Child’s First Passport

You’ve been waiting for the perfect time to take your toddler with you on your next out-of-the-country trip and be able to finally take a selfie with him by the Disneyland arch in Hong Kong. 386 more words

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Online Application for OEC Now Available

Good news para sa ating mga kababayang OFW! May online facility na para makapag generate at makapagbayad ng OEC o Overseas Employment Certificate; hindi na ninyo kailangang pumunta pa sa designated Philippine embassies and consular locations. 487 more words

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5 Things to Keep in Mind when Applying for a Visa

Whether it’s for pleasure or business, traveling is most often part of a young urban professional’s annual itinerary. The experiences and opportunities gathered from these trips are otherwise not offered if you remain confined in the four corners of your home or office. 795 more words

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The New SSS Contribution Table for 2016

I am sharing the following table of SSS contribution as received from SSS recently.  If you are an employer, it would be wise to have a print-out of this table to serve as a reminder of the deadlines you need to meet in remitting the contributions of your employees.  476 more words

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NSO Documents

I know you can ditch the long lines in getting necessary NSO documents (birth, marriage, death certificates) via SM business centers. But some of these business centers (SM Aura for example) is only open on weekdays from 8:30 – 17:00 – the time when most of us are also in our offices. 412 more words

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Mom Burnout: Causes and Cures

In my hunt for topics that are meaningful to parents — official documents, IDs, passports — things that are most often required in children’s schools and other activities, I came across some useful tips for Moms too.  896 more words

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How To Apply for a Tourist Visa to Japan

Acquiring a visa to visit Japan as a tourist has become easier and more convenient for Filipinos.  Previous tourist visa holders are actually granted visas valid up to five years while tourists are now able to stay up to 30 days!  643 more words

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