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Honorary Philippine consulate moves to new office

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(Press Release) — The Office of the Honorary Philippine Consulate in the CNMI is moving to a new and bigger office at the Sun Palace Hotel in Susupe.

Beginning Monday, June 22, the honorary consulate will conduct  services at its new office which will be open  from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday.

The honorary consulate was previously located at Finasisu Terraces in Fina Sisu.

“We are truly grateful that we have our community and business partners, in particular Tan Holdings Corp. and its president Jerry Tan, who have been with us throughout the years,” Philippine Honorary Consul to the CNMI Glicerio “Eli” DM Arago said.

“Their partnership and support to the Philippine Consular Mission-CNMI has enabled my office to work, deliver consular services, and serve many of our compatriots through my team and our strong volunteer-support group,” he added.

The Philippine Honorary Consulate-CNMI’s volunteer team members are Annamae Adaza, Ariel Mariano, Mario Mayuga and Ulysses Torres-Sabuco.

The consulate’s staff member is Mel Santos.

 Honorary Consul Arago is reminding everyone to observe social distancing when availing themselves of consular services which include passport processing and document legalization, among others.

For more information, call 233-6293.

 

 

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