Hawaii consulate to hold outreach services

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WAIPAHU, Hawaii–The Philippine Consulate General is conducting a mobile outreach program on Sunday, May 5 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Filipino Community Center,94-428 Mokuola St. Suite 302, Waipahu.

Consular services include passport renewal; and acceptance of applications for notarial services, authentication of documents, reports of birth and marriage and dual citizenship.

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  • boybakal

    Hawaii consulate to hold outreach services….

    There are not much Overseas Filipino Workers in Hawaii only Ilocanos.

    • Anqui

      You are one typical IGNORANT Filipino person…your kind should never come out openly, because you’ll be sure an statistics. In America we worked very hard to make bigotry and racism a history.

      • boybakal

        much more there is freedom, democracy in america and no threat to life and freedom of expression.
        you bigot, racist filipino. you must be deported.

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