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Monday, October 31, 2016

FVR Resigned. Solicitor General and Netizens Commented Regarding His Resignation.



The resignation of  former President as Special Envoy to China under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte draws different reactions among the netizens.

Former president Ramos was appointed by President Duterte on July as special envoy to China to thaw The Phil-China relations regarding the tension in West Philippine Sea due to territory dispute."The moment the President came back from China from a successful state visit I resigned as special envoy to China because the officials have taken over," Ramos said."I've done my job to... break the ice and to help restore the ties of goodwill and friendship," he added.
The former president wrote several opinion columns criticizing President Duterte.

The netizens experessed various reactions about Ramos' resignation,one of which is the Solicitor General Jose Calida Himself."If all he does is criticize PRRD,then good riddance," he said.


Another comment reads:
"I find it amusing that Duterte even invited FVR to be the special envoy to China when FVR is so pro US and his rule was marked by several negative incidents with China. Parang iginisa siya ni Duterte sa sarili nyang mantika .


Some commenters cannot help but to recall the former president's regime,comparing his leadership to President Duterte,even saying that the country's situation is far better off today than during his term. 
"Ngaun pa na andami ng magagandang nangyari sa pilipinas,cmula umupo c pres digong safe na lugar nmin...pero cmula naging president ka natapos term mo hanggang bago umupo c tatay digong lalong nabaon sa utang ang pilipinas lalong dumami mga adik lalong dumami corrupt....ngaun mo malalaman ang kasabihan...WATCH AND LEARN!!!

Read more at the Facebook post below:


Meanwhile,MalacaƱang said they had not received the former president's resignation yet as of Monday.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said that they have not received FVR's resignation."Moreover,it is not true that the former president can no longer have any role in our engagement with China," Andanar said.
Read More:




China's plans to hire Filipino household workers to their five major cities including Beijing and Shanghai, was reported at a local newspaper Philippine Star. it could be a big break for the household workers who are trying their luck in finding greener pastures by working overseas  China is offering up to P100,000  a month, or about HK$15,000. The existing minimum allowable wage for a foreign domestic helper in Hong Kong is  around HK$4,310 per month.  Dominador Say, undersecretary of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), said that talks are underway with Chinese embassy officials on this possibility. China’s five major cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen will soon be the haven for Filipino domestic workers who are seeking higher income.  DOLE is expected to have further negotiations on the launch date with a delegation from China in September.   according to Usec Say, Chinese employers favor Filipino domestic workers for their English proficiency, which allows them to teach their employers’ children.    Chinese embassy officials also mentioned that improving ties with the leadership of President Rodrigo Duterte has paved the way for the new policy to materialize.  There is presently a strict work visa system for foreign workers who want to enter mainland China. But according Usec. Say, China is serious about the proposal.   Philippine Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello said an estimated 200,000 Filipino domestic helpers are  presently working illegally in China. With a great demand for skilled domestic workers, Filipino OFWs would have an option to apply using legal processes on their desired higher salary for their sector. Source: ejinsight.com, PhilStar Read More:  The effectivity of the Nationwide Smoking Ban or  E.O. 26 (Providing for the Establishment of Smoke-free Environment in Public and Enclosed Places) started today, July 23, but only a few seems to be aware of it.  President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Executive Order 26 with the citizens health in mind. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the executive order is a milestone where the government prioritize public health protection.    The smoking ban includes smoking in places such as  schools, universities and colleges, playgrounds, restaurants and food preparation areas, basketball courts, stairwells, health centers, clinics, public and private hospitals, hotels, malls, elevators, taxis, buses, public utility jeepneys, ships, tricycles, trains, airplanes, and  gas stations which are prone to combustion. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.   Read More:          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas to be provided by the owner of the establishment. Smoking in private vehicles parked in public areas is also prohibited. What Do You Need To know About The Nationwide Smoking Ban Violators will be fined P500 to P10,000, depending on their number of offenses, while owners of establishments caught violating the EO will face a fine of P5,000 or imprisonment of not more than 30 days. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Dominador Say, undersecretary of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), said that talks are underway with Chinese embassy officials on this possibility. China’s five major cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen will soon be the destination for Filipino domestic workers who are seeking higher income.

©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

CONGRESS APPROVES NEW TELCO PLAYER IN THE PHILIPPINES





When we talk about telecommunication companies, two things comes first to our mind, Smart (PLDT) and Globe telecom, the two telecommunication giants in the country.

But not anymore a few years from now. It is because Congress has already approved the application of this new potential telco in the Philippines.

Source:https://www.senate.gov.ph/lis/bill_res.aspx?congress=16&q=HBN-5844

The name? - Avocado Broadband Telecoms. In the moment of writing, the company and people behind this telcos are not yet known. They don't have a website and so far, records about the company are not available.

But their franchise was deemed approved after Republic Act No. 10895 was not immediately acted upon by the Office of the President and lapsed on June 30, 2016.





According to the website of www.senate.gov.ph, the law originated as House Bill No. 5844 and was filed on November 2, 2015.

It was passed by the House of the Representative on October 9, 2015, amended by the Senate on February 1, 2016, and which amendment was concurred in by the House of Representatives on May 23, 2016.

Source: https://www.senate.gov.ph/republic_acts/ra%2010895.pdf


On June 16 this year, the bill was submitted to the Office of the President and eventually lapsed into a law on June 30, 2016.

Republic Act 10895 is also known as "An Act Granting The Avocado Broadband Telecoms, Inc. A Franchise to Construct, Install, Establish, Operate, and Maintain Telecommunication Systems Throughout the Philippines."

(WATCH:New Telco: Avocado Broadband Telecoms)




In some news report, a certain Val Antonio Suarez is a Director and Corporate Secretary of the telecoms company since 2015. 

Atty. Suarez was also the President and CEO of the Phil. Stock Exchange from June 2010 to December of the same year.

So far that's the only information regarding the Avocado Broadband Telecoms.

Will Avocado be the third telecom player to give Smart and Globe some competition? Let's wait and see. 



©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR A LOCAL JOB: DOLE JOB FAIR SCHEDULED FROM NOVEMBER 4, 2016 TO DECEMBER 8, 2016





Here is the schedule of job fair from Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to be held in different regions nationwide starting November 4, 2016, to December 8, 2016.



Job Fair will be opened to those who want to work here in the Philippines and abroad or overseas.


DOLE reminds the job seekers to be ready with the basic requirements for the application, such as resume or curriculum vitae (bring extra copies for multiple job applications); 2 x 2 ID pictures; certificate of employment for those formerly employed; diploma and/or transcript of records; and authenticated birth certificate.



28th Charter Day Job Fair
Walk-In Only


Host: LGU San Jose, Province of Dinagat Islands

Start Date: 2016-11-14

End Date: 2016-11-15



Region: REGION XIII (Caraga)

Location: Don Ruben Gymnasium
Mini Job Fair 2016 (LGU President Quirino)
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Host: LGU Pres. Quirino

Start Date: 2016-11-11

End Date: 2016-11-11


Region: REGION XII (SOCCSKSARGEN)

Location: LGU President Quirino Municipal Hall Compound
Job Fair (Kalimudan Festival - Provincial Capitol)
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Host: PGO Sultan KUdarat

Start Date: 2016-11-18

End Date: 2016-11-18


Region: REGION XII (SOCCSKSARGEN)

Location: Capitol Lobby, Isulan
Job Fair (Esperanza)
Walk-In Only


Host: House of Representatives (2nd District of Sultan Kudarat)

Start Date: 2016-11-23

End Date: 2016-11-23


Region: REGION XII (SOCCSKSARGEN)

Location: Esperanza Gymnasium
Job Fair ( Kalamansig)
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Host: Office of the House Representative (2nd District of Sultan Kudarat)

Start Date: 2016-12-01

End Date: 2016-12-01


Region: REGION XII (SOCCSKSARGEN)

Location: Kalamansig Gymnasium
Mini Job Fair (Notre Dame of Tacurong College)
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Host: PESO NDTC

Start Date: 2016-12-08

End Date: 2016-12-08


Region: REGION XII (SOCCSKSARGEN)

Location: NDTC Gymnasium
Tourism and Hospitality Career Fair 2016
Walk-In Only


Host: TOURISM CONGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINES/ RAJAH TRAVEL CORP.

Start Date: 2016-11-28

End Date: 2016-11-28


Region: REGION XI (DAVAO REGION)

Location: SMX CONVENTION CENTER, SM LANANG PREMIER, J.P. LAUREL AVE., DAVAO CITY
Job Fair
Walk-In Only


Host: LGU - Payao

Start Date: 2016-11-08


End Date: 2016-11-08



Region: REGION IX (ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA)

Location: Municipal Hall, Payao, Zamboanga Sibugay
Job Fair
Walk-In Only


Host: LGU - Payao

Start Date: 2016-11-08

End Date: 2016-11-08

Region: REGION IX (ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA)

Location: Municipal Hall, Payao, Zamboanga Sibugay
Job Fair
Walk-In Only


Host: LGU - Payao

Start Date: 2016-11-08

End Date: 2016-11-08




Region: REGION VII (CENTRAL VISAYAS)

Location: BRGY TEJERO SPORTS COMPLEX
HAGONOY Job Fair 2016
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Host: LGU PESO Hagonoy

Start Date: 2016-11-07

End Date: 2016-11-07


Region: REGION III (CENTRAL LUZON)

Location: Covered Court, Municipal Compound, Poblacion, Hagonoy, Bulacan
Porac, Pampanga Job Fair
Walk-In Only


Host: Local Government of Porac, Pampanga

Start Date: 2016-11-11

End Date: 2016-11-11


Region: REGION III (CENTRAL LUZON)

Location: Jose Songco Gymnasium, Cangatba, Porac, Pampanga
Provincial PESO Job Fair
Walk-In Only


Host: Provincial PESO of Nueva Ecija

Start Date: 2016-11-04

End Date: 2016-11-04


Region: REGION III (CENTRAL LUZON)

Location: Provincial Auditorium, Old Capitol Compound, Cabanatuan City
PESO-LGU Iloilo City Job Fair
Walk-In Only


Host: PESO-LGU Iloilo City

Start Date: 2016-11-18

End Date: 2016-11-18



Region: REGION II (CAGAYAN VALLEY)

Location: NORTHSTAR MALL, ALIBAGU, ILAGAN CITY, ISABELA
PESO CSJDM Job Fair 2016
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Host: LGU PESO CSJDM

Start Date: 2016-11-05

End Date: 2016-11-05




Region: REGION XII (SOCCSKSARGEN)

Location: City Mall
TAGUM CITY PRE FIESTA JOB FAIR
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Host: PESO TAGUM CITY

Start Date: 2016-11-08

End Date: 2016-11-08


Region: REGION XI (DAVAO REGION)

Location: Tagum New City Hall Atrium, Brgy. Apokon, Tagum City
CITY JOB FAIR
Walk-In Only


Host: City Government of San Fernando, Pampanga

Start Date: 2016-11-12

End Date: 2016-11-12


Region: REGION III (CENTRAL LUZON)

Location: Waltermart Pampanga
JOB FAIR
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Host: Ateneo de Zamboanga University

Start Date: 2016-11-15

End Date: 2016-11-16


Region: REGION IX (ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA)

Location: Ateneo de Zamboanga University
LOCAL AND OVERSEAS JOBFAIR
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Host: PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF BOHOL THRU BOHOL EMPLOYMENT AND PLACEMENT OFFICE (BEPO)

Start Date: 2016-11-26

End Date: 2016-11-26


Region: REGION VII (CENTRAL VISAYAS)

Location: BOHOL CULTURAL CENTER, CPG. AVENUE, TAGBILARAN CITY
LOCAL AND OVERSEAS JOBFAIR
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Host: PROVINCIAL GOVERMENT OF BOHOL THRU BOHOL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE (BEPO)

Start Date: 2016-11-26

End Date: 2016-11-26


Region: REGION VII (CENTRAL VISAYAS)

Location: BOHOL CULTURAL CENTER, CPG. AVENUE, TAGBILARAN CITY
LOCAL AND OVERSEAS JOBFAIR
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Host: PROVINCIAL GOVERMENT OF BOHOL THRU BOHOL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE (BEPO)

Start Date: 2016-11-26

End Date: 2016-11-26


Region: REGION VII (CENTRAL VISAYAS)

Location: BOHOL CULTURAL CENTER, CPG. AVENUE, TAGBILARAN CITY
LOCAL AND OVERSEAS JOBFAIR
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Host: PROVINCIAL GOVERMENT OF BOHOL THRU BOHOL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE (BEPO)

Start Date: 2016-11-26

End Date: 2016-11-26




Region: REGION IX (ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA)

Location: City Mall, Tetuan, Zamboanga City
PESO-Iloilo Province Job Fair
Walk-In Only


Host: PESO-Iloilo Province

Start Date: 2016-12-02

End Date: 2016-12-02


Region: REGION VI (WESTERN VISAYAS)

Location: Iloilo Provincial Capitol, Iloilo City
Talavera PESO Semestral Break JOBFAIR 2016
Walk-In Only


Host: PESO Talavera

Start Date: 2016-11-08

End Date: 2016-11-08




©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

Watch: This Fisherman Paints Almost Real Duterte Portrait






Photo courtesy of King Rodriguez
The artist, Macky Bongabong grew up sewing fish nets and fishing with his father. He recalled they would usually fish for weeks in "Hulbot hulbot boat" together with other fishermen. And then during Saturdays and Sundays, he would be sewing as many fish nets with his father near the port. 



"In the 90s I grew up familiarizing the types of fish I see in the ocean of Jolo Sulu. At a young age, I would join the 'Hulbot hulbot' (fishing boat) with the adults to fish in the sea for weeks. I was raised near the shores of Sangali, Zamboanga City...  My late father Alberto Bongabong was a very hardworking papa. He would teach me how to sew nylon fishing nets that later became my part time job during high school. Saturdays and Sundays were my bonding time with him as we would sit together near the port and sew as many nets as we can. In the evening, I would rush home after a busy day to join my mama in prayer exactly every six o'clock."

As a young boy, Macky showed inclination in arts. He would join as much art competition that he could  in school. He also aspired to join competitions outside their town. And he would usually give the prize money to his mother in order to help in the house. 
" I have almost joined every art competition in school and would always aspire to join bigger ones outside our town, but money was hard to come by even just for a bus ride. It wasn't always sweet. I failed in so many competitions many times. Nevertheless, in all the times that I won, I would give all the cash prize to my mother. It was a habit, or should I say instinctual, so I can help provide for food."




Photo courtesy of Macky Bongabong

The artist who painted the beautiful portrait of the current President of the Philippines is Mart Henry Macky Bongabong. According to his Facebook account, from fisherman, to presidential portrait artist.



Photo courtesy of Macky Bongabong


Fisherman to Presidential portrait artist- 
By Macky Bongabong

"In the 90s I grew up familiarizing the types of fish I see in the ocean of Jolo Sulu. At a young age, I would join the 'Hulbot hulbot' (fishing boat) with the adults to fish in the sea for weeks. I was raised near the shores of Sangali, Zamboanga City. My late father Alberto Bongabong was a very hardworking papa. He would teach me how to sew nylon fishing nets that later became my part time job during high school. Saturdays and Sundays were my bonding time with him as we would sit together near the port and sew as many nets as we can. In the evening, I would rush home after a busy day to join my mama in prayer exactly every six o'clock.
My youth was very colorful I can say at least. Growing up in the environment of survival, I strived for creativity. I have almost joined every art competition in school and would always aspire to join bigger ones outside our town, but money was hard to come by even just for a bus ride. It wasn't always sweet. I failed in so many competitions many times. Nevertheless, in all the times that I won, I would give all the cash prize to my mother. It was a habit, or should I say instinctual, so I can help provide for food.

After my mom passed away in 1999 we moved to Pagadian City where I continued high school studies. Finally, during my 4th year, I won as a champion in the National Poster Making Contest by the Philippine Association of Water District held in Bacolod city 2003. It was my greatest achievement that time. I remembered I jumped from my seat after they declared that I won! but I cried later knowing that I could not give the cash prize to my mama Evelyn anymore. That time, 30,000 pesos was of great value. She would have been very proud.

It has been spread around our town that Davao City is a very safe place. Eventually, I found myself riding a bus going to Davao. Not knowing anyone in the city I spent my first night sleeping on the sidewalk of Uyanguren (Magsaysay St.). It was my first experience of a peaceful sleep on the street.

Davao city is indeed a beautiful and peaceful place to live in. I said to myself, "this will be my home until I'm old" Still, I needed work to survive. I believe you will find a way if you really wanted to. I started to do portrait art commissions and many Dabawenyos started to appreciate my artworks but it wasn't always a smooth road after that. I had to go through a lot of ups and downs in the process. There were times customers would return my painting and get a refund because I didn't get the exact likeness of their photos. I learned to humble myself and accept correction. I spent days and nights practicing.

I started dreaming of having a small shop inside the mall. Little by little, from one client and to another, I saved money and was finally able to afford a 1x3.5 meters space inside Victoria plaza beside Kodak. I started my shop in January 2013 and expanded by March that same year, but this time, inside a prestige mall, Abreeza.

Earlier this year, someone passed by my shop and gave a small piece of paper to my assistant. When I read it, it says, "The Office Of The President of the Philippines Manila" My eyes widened and my heart started to beat faster.

Now, my painting hangs in the wall of the People's Palace (MalacaƱang Palace). Who would have thought of a boy, just sewing fishing nets by the port, skin burnt by the sun would later be a part of Philippine History? His artwork hanging beside the works of Fernando Amorsolo and other national artists.

Thank you Mayor/Tatay/President for appreciating my gift to you. We love you.

We must not look at how small we are or how little we have but how big God is and how beautiful His plans are for us"

Photo courtesy of King Rodriguez






Photo courtesy of Lisette Marques

In 1999 after his mother died he moved to Pagadian City to continue high school. And in 20013 he won as the champion in the National Poster Making Contest by the Philippine Association of Water District. 
©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

Saturday, October 29, 2016

PASSPORT PROCESSING GUIDE AND LIST OF DFA BRANCHES NATIONWIDE

Certainly, you need a passport if you are planning to work abroad or to go for a short vacation outside the Philippines. As the DFA said, do not buy a plane ticket for abroad, unless you already have a passport in your hand. So here's a quick guide on how to apply for a passport, the requirements, and documents needed, how much and where to apply. 







Step 1 - Prepare the documents and requirements needed
  • Duly accomplished application form – may be downloaded from the DFA website, www.dfa.gov.ph
  • Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD) 
  • Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents) 



Step 2 - Online appointment with the DFA

What You Will Need For Online Application Filing and Scheduling?

  • A working computer with internet access. 
  • A Web Browser. (Internet Explorer ver.11 or higher / Mozilla Firefox ver.45 and up recommended) 
  • A valid and working email address to receive system-generated messages with file attachments. 
  • A PDF reader and a working printer to view and print the system-generated the application form on A4-size paper.
Now here's the process;
  1. Log on to https://www.passport.gov.ph/
  2. Click the "Scheduled an appointment 
  3. Read the terms and conditions 
  4. Choose "START INDIVIDUAL APPOINTMENT" OR "START GROUP APPOINTMENT" 
  5. Fill in the required information 
  6. Take note of all the requirements 
  7. Choose your appointment date and time
A reference number will be sent to your email together with a link to print your application form. Do not forget to bring the printed form on the day of your appointment. 

You can also set an appointment by calling DFA’s customer service hotline at (02) 737-1000. Follow the instructions of the customer care representative. Provide all necessary information. The customer care representative will let you know if you are required to submit any additional documentations.









Step 3 - Online appointment with the DFA
  • Proceed to DFA Office on your appointed time and Date 
  • Do not forget to bring your valid IDs and all required documents 
  • Make atleast two copies of your IDs and documents 
  • Bring printed passport application form 
  • Observe proper dress code. 
  • All applicants (from 0 years old onwards) are required to make a personal appearance. 
  • If you are a minor, you and your parent or guardian must be present at the appointment.



Step 4 - Present your printed application to the Application Counter



Step 5 - Get a number, fall in line (or sit down in the waiting area) and present your documents for verification if it is your turn



Step 6 - Payment. Regular processing costs P950 while express processing costs P1200. 




Step 7 - Encoding Section for image and data capturing. No need to bring passport-size photos.

Step 8 - You can choose whether you want your passport delivered at your residence or you can pick-it up at DFA office.

Step 9 - Go home and wait for your passport to arrive.




Now that you know the steps on how to apply for a Philippine passport, here is the list of DFA satellite offices and regional consular offices directory nationwide!

SEE ALSO:

STEP BY STEP PROCESS HOW TO GET NEW AND RENEW PASSPORT BY APPOINTMENT and HOW MUCH


Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)
NCR Satellite Offices Directory


DFA-NCR-East
Officer-in-Charge (OIC): Ms. Merle Puruganan
Address: 7F Building C, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City
Telephone Number: 570-3231
Fax Number:570-3230
Email Address: dfancreast@dfa.gov.ph
http://megamall.passport.com.ph


DFA NCR-Central
Officer in Charge (OIC): Ms. Remen Q. Austria
Address: Level 1 Lingkod Pinoy Center, Robinsons Galleria, Quezon City Telephone Number: 631-0806
Fax Number: 631-0700
Email Address: dfancrcentral@dfa.gov.ph
http://galleria.passport.com.ph


DFA NCR-West
Officer in Charge (OIC): Mr. Tamara M. Ayo
Address:5th Floor, SM City Manila, Conception St. Manila
Telephone Number:536-9994
Fax Number:536-9995
Email Address: dfancrwest@dfa.gov.ph
http://manila.passport.com.ph


Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)
Regional Consular Offices Directory



Angeles, Pampanga
Officer in Charge (OIC): Mr. Amador N. Abutal
Address:3F MarQuee Mall Pulung MaragulAngeles City
Telephone Number:(045) 304-0193
Fax Number:
Email: dfaclarksatellite@yahoo.com


Bacolod
Officer in Charge (OIC):Ms. Clara S. Vicente
Address:2F East Block Square Circumferential Road Brgy. Villa Monte Bacolod City
Telephone Number: (034) 434-8338
Fax Number:(034) 435-6358
Email: dfa_bacolod@yahoo.com
rcobacolod@gmail.com
http://www.rcobacolod.6te.net


Baguio
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Edgar S. Canta
Address:Upper Basement SM CITY Baguio Luneta Hill, Baguio City 2600
Telephone Number:(074) 422-2258, (074) 422-1465
Fax Number:(074) 422-2255
Email: rco_baguio@yahoo.com
baguio.rco@dfa.gov.ph


Butuan
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Gangco T. Punginaguina
Address:CESIA Bldg. Mantilla Blvd.Butuan City
Telephone Number:(085) 342-7822
Fax Number: (085) 342-5700
Email: dfarco_butuan@yahoo.com
dfabutuan@yahoo.com


Cagayan de Oro
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Abdurraheym S.Y. Macud
Address:Limketkai Center, Cagayan de Oro City
Telephone Number:(08822) 724-309, (088) 857 2175
Fax Number:(08822) 726-578
Email: rco.cdo@gmail.com
rco.cdo@philcom.ph
http://www.dfa.gov.ph/cdo


Cebu
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Elias J. Balawag
Address:4th Level Pacific Mall-Metro Mandaue, UN Ave. cor. MC Briones St., Brgy. Estancia, Mandaue City
Telephone Number:(032) 520-5898, (032) 520-6193, (032) 520-6550
Fax Number: (032) 520-6551
Email: dfacebu@yahoo.com
cebu.rco@dfa.gov.ph
cebu@dfa.gov.ph


Cotabato
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Amir Hussein D. AIonto
Address:People's Palace, City Hall, Cotabato City
Telephone Number:(064)421-3495, (064) 421-3878
Fax Number:(064) 421-3495
Email: rcocotabato@yahoo.com


Davao
Officer in Charge (OIC):Ms. Flora Belinda B. Bacosa
Address:3F SM City Davao Quimpo Blvd., Ecoland Brgy. Matina, Davao City
Telephone Number:(082) 285-4885, (082) 285-1900
Fax Number:(082) 285-1727, (082) 285-1552
Email: davao.rco@dfa.gov.ph
mindanao@dfa.gov.ph


General Santos City
Officer in Charge (OIC): Mr. Jovencio L. Agus
Address:Robinsons Place GenSan, J. Catolico Sr. Ave., Lagao, General Santos City
Telephone Number: (083) 553-8380, (083) 826-9089
Fax Number:(083) 554-2742
Email: rco.gsc@gmail.com


Iloilo
Officer in Charge (OIC):Ms. Sheila Marie D. Tu
Address:Yulo Street, Iloilo City
Telephone Number: (033) 336-1737, (02) 487-3041
Fax Number:(033) 335-0221
Email: dfailo@skyinet.net
iloilo.rco@dfa.gov.ph


La Union
Officer in Charge (OIC):Ms. Aileen B. Cuya
Address:Pasado Building Pagdalagan Norte San Fernando, La Union
Telephone Number:(072) 607-6487, (072) 607-6510
Fax Number:(072) 607-6491
Email: dfa_launion@yahoo.com
launion.rco@dfa.gov.ph
http://dfalaunion.yolasite.com


Legazpi
Officer in Charge (OIC):Ms. Maricor E. Jesalva
Address:3rd Floor Pacific Mall
F. Imperial Street, Barangay Capantawan
Landco Business Park, Legazpi City
Telephone Number:(052) 480-3000, 820-3396
Fax Number:
Email: rco_legaspi@yahoo.com
legaspi.rco@dfa.gov.ph


Lipa City
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Glenn F. Corpin
Address: 2F Robinsons Place, JP Laurel Highway, Mataas na Lupa, Lipa City
Telephone Number:(043) 722-0578
Fax Number:(043) 722-0590
Email: dfa.co.batangas@gmail.com
batangas.rco@dfa.gov.ph


Lucena
Officer in Charge (OIC):Ms. Jocelyn C. Roxas
Address:3F Pacific Mall Lucena, M.L. Tagarao St., Barangay Ill Lucena City
Telephone Number:(042) 710-4526, (042) 373-1119
Fax Number: (042) 373-1898
Email: dfarcolc@pldtdsl.net
lucena.rco@dfa.gov.ph


Pampanga
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Arturo V. Rornua
Address:2F Robinsons StarMill City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Telephone Number: (045) 636-0007, (045) 636-0009
Fax Number:(045) 636-0010
Email: rcopampanga@yahoo.com
pampanga@dfa.gov.ph


Puerto Princesa
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Eduardo V. Aro
Address:2F Puerto Princesa City Coliseum, National Highway,Brgy. San Pedro, Puerto Princesa City
Telephone Number:(048) 434-1773
Fax Number:
Email: dfarcopprincesa@grnail.com


Tacloban
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Geranfel T. Abrillo
Address:Leyte SMED Center Capitol Site Sn. Enage, Tacloban City
Telephone Number:(053) 321-8233, (053) 523-0080
Fax Number: (053) 321-8237
Email: tacloban.rco@dfa.gov.ph 
dfa_rcotac@yahoo.com


Tuguegarao
Officer in Charge (OIC):Mr. Romulo M. Velasco
Address:Regional Government Center, Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan Valley
Telephone Number: (078) 846-4813, (078) 846-1482
Fax Number:(078) 846-2310
Email: reo_tuguegarao@yahoo.com


Zamboanga
Officer in Charge (OIC):Ms. Judith B. Nohay-De Fiesta
Address:Go-Velayo Bldg. Veterans Ave. Zamboanga City, Zamboanga del Sur
Telephone Number: (062) 991-4398, (062) 991-2202
Fax Number: (062) 991-7958
Email: rcozambo@yahoo.com
rcozamboanga@yahoo.com
rcozamboanga@jetlink.com.ph

(Source:dfa.gov.ph)



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