Pusong Pinoy Sa Amerika on GMA Pinoy TV

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Photo taken from Pusong Pinoy Sa Amerika Facebook account

Pusong Pinoy Sa Amerika, a 30-minute program on immigration matters hosted by lawyer Lou Tancinco,  begins a new season on GMA Pinoy TV.

The aim of the show is to make the law accessible to the ordinary viewer by explaining it in layman’s terms,” says Attorney Lou.

Pusong Pinoy sa Amerika was first launched in 2006. After hundreds of cases tackled in the last six seasons, the program begins Season 7 brings back hope to those who are facing family separation, to innocent victims of fraud, and to those who wish to return after deportation.

Pusong Pinoy sa Amerika will also feature the unsung heroes and hardworking immigrants who succeeded in effectively balancing their work and family through the segment titled Sipag at Tagumpay.

Another segment titled Iba Ang Pinoy  will feature California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil Sakauye, renowned journalist Ben Pimentel, chef and entrepreneur Gil Payumo, and Evan Kidera of Señor Sisig, among others.

“Six seasons have passed and yet we are still very passionate about our goal to help out our Filipino immigrants. It is our hope that they will continue to journey with us as we give answers to their issues and concerns,” shares Attorney Lou.

Joseph T. Francia, vice president and head of operations for GMA International, hopes more Filipinos will be inspired by the fresh stories that will be featured in this new season.”

Pusong Pinoy Sa Amerika is directed by the multitalented artist Bernardo Bernardo, with the special participation of Louella Albornoz Angeles. It airs every Sunday on GMA Pinoy TV.

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