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23/10/2013: Photo Releases - Consular Outreach In Aruba

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-202-2013
21 October 2013

ARUBA OUTREACH. Consul Arlene Magno receives a token replica Divi Divi Tree from Aruba Prime Minister Michiel G. Eman during a courtesy call at his office by a Consular-Labor team from the Philippine Embassy in Washington, D.C. on 8 October 2013.  Also in photo are Labor Attache Luzviminda Padilla, Welfare Officer Saul de Vries and Philippine Honorary Consul Ami Henriquez-Mendez. (Philippine Embassy Photo)

 

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-203-2013
21 October 2013

ARUBA OUTREACH. Labor Attache Luzviminda Padilla presents a decorative plate made from coconut lumber inlaid with capiz shells to Aruba Governor Fredis Refunjol during a courtesy call at his office by members of the Embassy Consular-Labor team on 9 October 2013. (Philippine Embassy Photo)

 

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-204-2013
21 October 2013

ARUBA OUTREACH. The Embassy's Consular-Labor team and Honorary Consul Ami Henriquez meet with Nadim Abdul Hamid and Jennifer Gumbs (2L) of the Consular Affairs Office of the Cabinet of the Governor of Aruba to discuss Dutch citizenship laws and issues that could impact on Philippine citizenship. (Philippine Embassy Photo)

 

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-205-2013
21 October 2013

ARUBA OUTREACH. The Embassy's Consular-Labor team is hosted to lunch by Andy Lee, Director of the Department of Foreign Affairs in Aruba.  The team was also hosted to dinners by the General Managers of the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino and the Marriott Aruba Resort & Stellaries Casino, two of the largest employers of Filipino workers in Aruba, many of whom came from the Hyatt hotel in Baguio that was destroyed in the 1990 earthquake that struck the city. (Philippine Embassy Photo)

 

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-206-2013
21 October 2013

ARUBA OUTREACH. Director Anthony C. Lee-Riviears of the Labor and Research Department of the Ministry of Tourism, Transportation and Labor explains Aruba's labor and social laws to Labor Attache Luzviminda Padilla, Welfare Officer Saul de Vries and Honorary Consul Ami Henriquez during a meeting at his office on 9 October. (Philippine Embassy Photo)

 

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-207-2013
21 October 2013

ARUBA OUTREACH. Consul Arlene Magno and Consular Assistant Ma. Aurora Real capture the biometrics of more than 500 passport applicants during the two-day consular outreach at the Holiday Inn Resorts Aruba-Beach Resort & Casino.  The Consular team was assisted by volunteer officers and members of the United Filipino Community in Aruba, headed by its president, Ricky de Peralta. (Philippine Embassy Photo)

 

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-208-2013
21 October 2013

ARUBA OUTREACH. Collecting Officer Renell Martinez gestures to an applicant to proceed to the encoding stations while Consular Assistant Ma. Luisa Remulla preprocesses other applicants. Aside from the 516 passport applicants, the Consular team also attended to 30 applicants for Civil Registry, Legalization and Renunciation Certificate documents.  A total of 81 Filipinos also filed applications for membership or renewal of membership with the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration. (Philippine Embassy Photo)

 

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-209-2013
21 October 2013

ARUBA OUTREACH. Dr. Kim Cabatana, a doctor based in Curacao, is one of three resource persons for the Financial Literacy Seminar conducted by the Embassy's Consular-Labor team for the Filipino Community in Aruba on 10 October.  The other two speakers were Joselito Lerio, Assistant Manager at the Healthyway Canteen Service in Aruba and Ferdinand Odono, a Filipino Community leader from Saint Maarten.  Around 75 Filipinos attended the seminar. (Philippine Embassy Photo)