A Filipino national was denied his Non-B visa application on July 12, 2018 at Royal Thai Consulate General in Penang, Malaysia after he was not able to provide an NBI clearance from the Philippines when an officer asked him to.
The wife of deceased OFW has taken to Facebook her gratitude to all the people who helped them in repatriating his husband’s remains to the Philippines.
Aside from overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and expat graduates, those who are joining the graduation rites are Philippine mayors, councilors and government employees who are enrolled at the Philippine Councilors League (PCL) Legislative Academy.
The remains of Angelo Gonzales will be repatriated on Monday, July 16 at 3:00 in the afternoon. His family needs more help so they can send him back to the Philippines.
Gonzales,40, is a native of Bocaue, Bulacan. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy, an accounting staff and their two children who are both studying in Bangkok.
Western Union, Filipino Films in Thailand’s major sponsor is giving away 150 tickets every movie to lucky Western Union customers.
Eight lovely contestants are vying for the title of Queen TCC 2018. The pageant will start at 6:00 pm on Saturday.
Bangkok University, the first and largest private university in Thailand will give scholarship grants to five Filipino students who are interested in taking Bachelor of Communication Arts in Innovative Media Production. Classes will start in August 2018.
Effective July 1, foreigner who works without a valid Work Permit or found working or has a job that is different from the one specified in the Work Permit will be fined 5,000-50,000 THB and deported and will not be allowed to apply for a Thai Visa and work permit for 2 years.
It’s a long weekend from July 27 to 30 as Thailand celebrates Asarnha Bucha Day and His Majesty the King’s birthday, respectively.