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AddressEquitable Bank Tower, 27th floor
8751 Paseo de Roxas
1226 Makati City, Metro Manila
Phonelocal: (02) 817.6676
international: +63.2.817.6676
Faxlocal: (02) 817.4892
international: +63.2.817.4892

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Wed, 18 Jul 2012 22:15 EDT
schedule for authentication of documents
thank you
katrina ana may anonuevo
Mon, 16 Jul 2012 01:24 EDT
Legalization and authentication of
Dear Sir/Madam,
I would like to know the contact details how to set an appointment, how much will it cost and how long will the processing be? This is for my relatives who is in madrid,Spain. They authorized me to process their legalization of there documents.

the documents is as follows

there 3 persons my grandfather, my cousin and girlfriend of my cousin. Please email me, my email address is thank you
Mary Lord P.Corpuz
Thu, 12 Jul 2012 06:03 EDT
appointment reset
good evening!i would like to inform that i want to reset my appointment on july 19,2012,because of the requirements they need is not on my hands before july 19 this year..i want to request another appointment maybe next next week this month...
Jose Miguel Garcia
Tue, 10 Jul 2012 07:02 EDT
Comment on "Education in PH during the Spanish colonial era" Opinion Section, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 2012 Jul. 6
Excellency, Mr. Tulfo is a popular media personality here in the Philippines because of the image of being a defender of the oppressed which he has successfully cultivated. Police, crime, labor relationships, and extra marital affairs are the usual subjects of his newspaper column and radio which do have popular and entertaining appeal. He is pretty much competent in these topics.

However, he had on several occasions strayed on topics about history, sociology, and military. He has been making statements of these nature dogmatically, with no historical, social, nor military facts, as basis to support them. He has not even presented any analysis to support the logic of his statements. Regarding these subject matters, his statements do not merit any substantial value.

A friend from the intelligence service revealed to us that his practice of the media profession has a link with his having accepted envelopes but with subtlness. We also came to know that he has been provided security from the Philippine Marines. Can you imagine his strong influence in the military? The Philippine Marines is supposed to be a battle tested rapid deployment force against foreign invaders yet here he is, a media personality being secured by this unit. Statements from this person should not be given much weight because he does not have the integrity.

Mr. Tulfo has always made statements in his column defending rabidly the north americans of the United States and their continued violation of our nationhood until today. Yet he has made statements insulting to the spaniards who today have been treating us filipinos with respect and brotherly warmth. His statements does not have any credibility considering his psychological pathological reactions before different actions. It seems he has violent reaction to present good treatment and masochistic reaction towards past until present abusive treatments.

Much has already been said about spanish friars and government officials' atrocities when the Philippines was under the government of Spain. But our nation has been deprived of knowledge on many substantial positive things that have happened to us under Spain. By the time the umbilical chord of our nation was cut from Madre España to be born as a nation in 1898, we were a healthy nation.

"The Friars in the Philippines" by Coleman, and "GDP per capita in 1900 by country. Definition, graph, and map" by 2010 reported:

We were among the most educated in all of Asia. Our economy and standard of living were ahead of most of our Asian neighbors and even many European countries at that time. In 1900, the estimated GDP per capita for the Philippines was $1033.oo. We were the second richest nation in Asia, just a little behind Japan, having $1135.oo. We were far ahead of China, having $652.oo or India having $625.oo.

They say we cannot chose our parents. So is it with the parents of our nation. In the 1600s to the 1700s, there was a developmental intercourse of events involving the iberians under Spain and the indios of the different islands somewhere in the Southwest Pacific and Southeast Asia which led to the conception of Filipinas in the 1800s and birth as an independent nation in 1898.

It is because of these fact that we united and defended our nation single handedly against invasion by the aggressor forces of the emerging most powerful nation in the 1900s- the United States of North America. We gave-in to their demand to surrender only after they resorted to massive hostage-taking and extermination of the civilians among us. For more than a decade, nationalism drove us to defend our nation against americans and chinese control of our political, defense and economic system. Whatever leyenda negra is spread, this fact can never be suppressed perpetually as the basis of our nationhood.

Despising Spain which is the message of Mr. Tulfo is despising a long lost mother who is today making reconciliatory efforts. It discourages us to be reconciled with how we were born as a nation.

It is only when we filipinos can be reconciled with this fact that we can start to have our national identity and start living not only as an individual or a family but as a nation. This is the only way to be healed of our present national corruption and recover our original healthy nation.
Fri, 6 Jul 2012 06:27 EDT
what are my requirements whenever i am going in spain ? my mother is a spanish citizen , and i am below 18
Tue, 3 Jul 2012 13:17 EDT
Banquet hosted by the Spanish Embassy
If you're Filipino with Spanish passport you are invited to meet Queen Sofia of Spain. Hosted by the embassy. Inquire at the embassy.
Tue, 3 Jul 2012 02:23 EDT
Visa processing
My name is Paul from Malta,My gf is in Philipin.I wont to she come live with me in Malta,I wont to ask how much will be cost and long wil the processing for to give her Visa for 90 days ,I sandit my invitation from and my docoments she need. My email is
thanks PAUL
benedict ilacad ballug
Mon, 2 Jul 2012 22:20 EDT
Welcome Queen Sophia of Spain- may your Majesty enjoy your brief stay in the Philippines and to accomplish the Official purpose of your visit- only to enhance our trade and cultural ties which dates back in 1521 when Magellan landed in Limasawa Island in mactan. That you come here as a friend of the Filipino people. Thanks.
Mon, 2 Jul 2012 18:40 EDT
Just wanna ask how much will it costs me for me to be able to go to spain?
Sun, 1 Jul 2012 20:54 EDT
how long until visa approved
want also to ask how much money we needed
for all of expense about my visa im pilipina my boyfriend is europian from country of malta

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