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AddressApartment No. 3201
JW Marriot Hotel Chongqing
77 Quing Nan Road, Yu Zhong District
Chongqing
China
Phonelocal: (023) 6381.0832
international: +86.23.6381.0832
Faxlocal: (023) 6399.9999
international: +86.23.6399.9999

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Esmeralda
Tue, 7 Nov 2017 02:24 EST
When an ofw is being bullied by her employer
Is there any help we can get.
Yullia
Thu, 3 Dec 2015 00:25 EST
visa terms
Hello, Sir/Madam

Is there any way to get the Philipines visa as fast as it possible? For one day- give my passport on Monday and take it back on Tuesday?
Thank you very much for your reply!
Best regars, Yuliia
An American Professor
Thu, 4 Jun 2015 07:12 EDT
Your President's Speeck
Dear Sir or Madam: I am a US citizen but now working in China. I was profoundly offended by your president's speech to liken China to Nazi. That is a great offence to all people in China, as well all civilized people around world. Do your people want to make great number of enemy in such a huge country? I know you have dispute with China. But please be civilized, be respectful to all kinds. Frankly, just to let you know, a great number of people in major Chinese cities are starting to boycut anything from your country. You know what that means to your poor people. As an American, I advise you especially your GREAT presidet be civilized. An Amrican Professor.
criz
Wed, 10 Oct 2012 20:38 EDT
staying in Philippines
my 9 months old baby is a Chinese citien, if I bring him to Philippines how long he can stay? Is there any long term visa for him to stay longer with me?
Esmeralda D. Ramos
Thu, 27 Sep 2012 23:58 EDT
Chinese Police Clearance from Chonqing.
Philippine Consule General
Chongqing, China

Sir/Madam:

Good day!
I am a filipino teacher who lived in Chonngqing, China to work as a foreign teacher last April 2010 - April 2011. I am back home in the Philippines now. I didn't have any idea that i should get a Police Clearance before i left China. Now I need to obtain this Chinese Police Clerance to complete the requirements for My Visa application/interview in the US Embassy. Please I am addressing this letter to the Philippine Consule General in Chongqing, China, please help me to get a police Clearance. Your reply is greatly anticipated and appreciated. Thank you very much and More power. God Bless You.

Sincerely,
Esmeralda Ramos
Mark Repesh
Thu, 12 Jul 2012 00:17 EDT
Validation of Chinese Police Clearance
Greetings,
I am a US citizen seeking a retirement visa in the Philippines. I have lived and worked in China for the past 8 years. One of the requirements of the retirement visa for the Philippines is to acquire a police clearance from China, have it translated into English and then have it validated by a Philippine Consulate. Since I lived in Chengdu, the consulate in Chongqing is closest to me.

If I bring the translated police report to this consulate in Chongqing, are you able to validate it? Do I need an apointment for this validation? How long does it take to have the validation performed?

Please reply at your earliest convenience...my email is haochic@hotmail.com

Thank you in advance,

Mark W. Repesh
wendy
Mon, 18 Apr 2011 20:47 EDT
New passport
What are the reqirements needed if i will get the new passport, because my old passport is stolen.?

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