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AddressSuite 5303, 53/F, Central Plaza
18 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong
Phonelocal: 2525.3041
international: +852.2525.3041
Faxlocal: 2877.2407
international: +852.2877.2407
Emailcog.hongkong@maec.es

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zainav
Wed, 30 Nov 2016 10:14 EST
tourist visa
Good day! Sir/ madam, can you help me how I can get a tourist visa in Spain & what are the needed requirements to get there..I'm a Filipino currently working here in Hong Kong as a domestic helper..
jhoy
Sun, 18 Sep 2016 02:20 EDT
working visa
Maam/Sir
I am a filipina working here in Hongkong as a domestic helper.I just want to know what are the requirement for me to apply working visa at Madrid Spain,that i have already employer want to take me.
Thank you!!!
Aneet Kaur
Wed, 24 Aug 2016 22:47 EDT
Spanish Speaking tour guide need for Oct 2016
Look for spanish speaker to show the sites of hong kong to a couple.
2 or 3 days in October 2016.
Please can you get in touch?
Aneet.Kaur@sc.com

thanks
ericalyn montes
Tue, 10 May 2016 06:30 EDT
Nannies
Hi im ericalyn montes im looking a job for nanny im here in hongkong .working fortin six years..
Thankz and GodBless..
jessa
Fri, 1 Apr 2016 01:48 EDT
working visa
Good day. Im jessa from philippines. I apply in spain as a nanny. My employer want to get me visa here in hongkong. What are the process and how long visa and how much? Thank you
Jessasalazar94@yahoo.com
robert
Mon, 21 Mar 2016 21:26 EDT
Job
I need urgent Nanny,Caregiver.salary per month: $4000 Nanny.

Location: (United States)Florida.
Age: 6years Old Boy his name is (Alan) Contact Email: roberthall48(a)hotmail.com

Expect your RESUME if Interested.

Dr Robert.
mike
Sat, 26 Dec 2015 02:27 EST
holiday
Have friend from pilipines living in hong kong I would like to invite to my birthday party in madrid hoa do they apply for visa
bie
Tue, 30 Jun 2015 09:38 EDT
Tourist Visa
Dear Sir/ma'am,
I'm a filipina domestic helper here in hongkong,I just want to ask if I can avail a tourist visa going to Madrid without going back Philippines anymore. Could it be possible to process here?
Thank you so much.
M. Edo
Mon, 4 May 2015 08:41 EDT
Spanish ELE and English EFL teacher
I am a double graduate in Economics and Humanities with a MA in Bilingual Translation English< >Spanish. I recently obtained a CELTA at International House and I am looking for opportunities to continue my development as a language teacher.

I have just completed a long project which has allowed me to explore and fulfill an inner need to experience other cultures. While volunteering in Nepal as English teacher I decided to enroll on a CELTA course to improve my technique and acquire more training. I am now seeking more teaching experience and career development, and I feel that working in South Korea can offer me both.

Concerning my language ability, I am trilingual in Spanish, Catalan and English. I did my MA in English at the University of Westminster (UK). I can teach English and Spanish and I speak French as well (DELF and DALF).

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further details.

Email: montsedo2531@gmail.com
josephine palma
Fri, 13 Feb 2015 09:07 EST
tourist visa
Sir/ma'am,Iam a Filipino working here in hongkong as a domestic helper,i just want to know if I can obtain a tourist visa need not to go back to Philippines. your response is highly appreciated.

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