In line with the Philippine Embassy’s consular outreach program in Phuket on March 29-31, the officers and members of the Association of Filipinos in Thailand (AFT) – Southern Region Chapter will simultaneously have their induction of officers on the 29th, by Ambassador Mary Jo A. Bernardo-Aragon, and they will also receive registrants for the organization.… Read more »
It was a packed Phuket Rajabhat University last March 18 when around 200 players and sports fans gathered last Sunday for the final games of the 2018 Filipino Sports League. Passionate fans and friends were all pumped up as they cheered on their favourite teams during the basketball and volleyball championship rounds. A… Read more »
Ms. Cabaya is considered a philonthrophist in her own way. She has led a number of fund raising campaigns to help underprivileged and needy Filipinos in Thailand.
Documents should be authenticated by competent Philippine or Thai authorities before submitting them to the Embassy for legalization and other purposes.
“The dialogue or meeting will focus on developing strength and unity for Filipino Community and opening up communication between FILCOM leaders and the Consulate.”
The immigration reiterated that “it is illegal for an alien or to be in the country without a passport and visa”.
The project that had started last year is now completed and can be seen in front of the police station.
A total of 14 teams are competing at the three-month basketball tournament mainly sponsored by Western Union which is considered as the world’s largest money transfer company.
The team also bagged the Best in Uniform Award and Ms. AFTBL title. Pinay beauty Ms. Guizel Joyce Liwanag Tupas of Duterte Eagles bested six other contestants and was voted winner by a panel of judges.