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Cuban flag Embassy of Cuba in Manila

AddressPenthouse, Cacho González Building
101 Aguirre St. (corner Trasierra St.)
Legaspi Village, Makati City
Manila
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 817.1192
international: +63.2.817.1192
Faxlocal: (02) 816.4094
international: +63.2.816.4094
Emailembacuba@pldtdsl.net
Web sitehttp://embacuba.cubaminrex.cu/filipinasing

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joyce8554@yahoo.com
Sun, 1 Jan 2017 22:31 EST
Cuban Visa
Where can I download a Cuban visa application and its requirements. We will go to Singapore and KL mid=January 2017 to file our application. We would like to have completed our document requirements by then so our application can be processed quickly.
ian1230
Mon, 12 Sep 2016 02:09 EDT
Cuban Embassy in Manila is closed
https://www.facebook.com/ianlibunao1230/posts/10153742087356576

The cuban embassy in manila has closed since 2013.
I was coordinating with the cuban embassy in kuala lumpur who has jurisdiction over PH passport holders.

The Tourist visa to Cuba costs 262.00 RM (Malaysia currency) for each one.
If you don´t come to Cuban Consulate for to apply tourist visa, you should paid Non personal process: 119.00RM (for each one).
Total: 381.00 RM for each one
Address of the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba to Malaysia: No.32, Jalan Mesra 3, Off Jalan Damai, 55000 Kuala Lumpur.
sheryl
Thu, 30 Jun 2016 00:43 EDT
i want here in philippines my boyfriend. ..my boyfriend is cuba i want together. please help me
ian stone
Fri, 29 May 2015 02:06 EDT
visa
id like to visit cuba,is the embassy still in manilla
C. Alan Large
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 01:46 EST
Teaching in Cuba
I moved from the US to the Philippines back in May of 2009. I had been teaching at a Catholic University also here in the Philippines since November 2009. At at same time, I applied for an Alien Education Permit and returned same to the HR office of the same aforementioned university. That AEP application was lost and or misplaced back in 2009 and I have been teaching without this permit. I was asked to resign, effective 31 Oct 2014. The HR director had full knowledge of these circumstances and never informed me that I did not have an AEP until August of 2014.
I am an American citizen and I have been a P/T instructor teaching 20th Century Russian History, American Political Thought, Comparative Political Systems, World History to name a few. What do I have to do to become a teaching in Cuba. I do speak a little conversational Spanish.

Respectively yours,

Carl Alan Large
Meshiele Dupit
Fri, 18 Apr 2014 03:30 EDT
Visa Requirements Cebu
I am a Filipina age 27 who has been living with my American BF for more than 5 years in the Philippines. He wants to go to Cuba and marry me and look into the possibility of investing and staying in Cebu permanently. Is this possible?
arjon desamparado...
Mon, 25 Mar 2013 06:39 EDT
ask some info...
I would like to ask if there is available medical scholarship in
US or in Cuban...that suited to our citizenship even though i am not a us citizen...and what are the requirements?thank you and God bless..
may
Tue, 12 Mar 2013 22:02 EDT
hello. i just want to ask what do we need to deploy workers in guantanamo bay? i am coming from the philippines.
sarah
Sun, 15 Jan 2012 03:07 EST
Tourist visa for cuba
hi i just want to know if we filipinos are exempted to cuba when we go for visit.thanks!
victor v. leonida
Wed, 6 Jul 2011 03:14 EDT
visa to cuba
I have find out that you have a holiday can you help me what options can we do to apply visa to Cuba?

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