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Emigration Day in Manila – 11 Feb. 2017

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Center for International Experience and Personal Development invites everyone on 11 Feb. 2017 for Emigration Day. Here is their media release and information on what to expect from the event and how you can benefit from it as an expat in the PH.

 

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Emigration Day This February

 

World Experience Philippines presents Emigration Day on Saturday, 11 February 2017, 1:00pm – 4:00pm.

 

On this event expats, emigrants and travellers can get information about living and travelling in the Philippines and more tips about insurance, visa options, how to make new friends, where to volunteer, etc.

 

It is an opportunity to meet fellow travellers and expats and to share experiences. We have in our schedule a 30-minute talk with Philippine Retirement Authority with a session titled “How to prepare for Disaster”.  There will be a Q&A portion after the talk.

PROGRAM

Open Desks:

  • Community Response for Enlightenment, Service and Transformation – CREST is a non-government, disaster-response centre based in Metro Manila that promotes community-based disaster management.
  • Philippine Retirement Authority – PRA is mandated to attract foreign nationals and former Filipino citizens to invest, reside and retire in the Philippines.
  • Sweets Galaxy – If you love chocolates and all kinds of sweets from around the world, Sweets Galaxy is here to provide these world-class products to the Philippines.

 

Presentation

  • 2pm – How To Prepare For Disaster
  • 2:30pm – Presentation About Local Customs

 

About the Event

  • Date: Saturday, 11 February 2017
  • Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
  • Location: Art Gallery Sining Kamalig, Upper Ground Floor, Ali Mall, Araneta Center, Quezon City
  • Free drinks, coffee and tea
  • Enjoy the best of Filipino music and Filipino snacks.

 

Free entrance! 

 

For more information, please visit: https://www.worldexperience.ph/emigrationday

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Media release by: World Experience Philippines – Center for International Experience and Personal Development

 

 

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  1. Tired of paying for nothing says:

    Hi, unfortunately my work schedule will prevent me from attending but I have one burning question that I am sure every expat here with an I-Card has . “WHERE DOES MY 500 PHP. PAYMENT FOR “EXPRESS LANE FEE” GO TO, and WHY DO I HAVE TO PAY FOR A SERVICE THAT DOES NOT EXIST? Every time an Expat with an I-Card leave the Philippines taxes and fees MUST be paid and it is clearly stated in a receipt where the funds are going. HOWEVER on a separate receipt, we all get the 500 Php Express Lane Fee – paying into Account # 0 (At least we get a receipt stating we are paying for services that don’t exist). You cannot call the I-Card line an Express Lane when every airport passenger in a wheelchair (which some do not need) are also in the same line AND often enough, the regular line for Passport Control is shorter yet we cannot go in it as WE HAVE PAID for the EXPRESS LANE FEE!