Philippine Consulate General in Chicago

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10/30/2023

Last 19 October, the Department of Foreign Affairs-Office of Public and Cultural Diplomacy (DFA OPCD-CDD) in partnership with Museo Pambata Foundation Inc., hosted an online panel discussion and virtual museum tour event entitled “Laro, Sining, at Imahinasyon: An Interactive Learn and Play Experience”. Rewatch the livestream through this link: https://www.facebook.com/dfaphl/videos/346812221042147/?mibextid=zDhOQc and tell us your favorite and/or most unforgettable experience/s during the event!

The “Laro, Sining at Imahinasyon: An Interactive Learn and Play Experience” 360° virtual tour and gallery exhibit is also available through this website link: https://tours.exsight360.com/dfa-mgm-museo/index.html

The DFA and Museo Pambata’s Foundation Inc. likewise sends its heartfelt gratitude to the participants and collaborators who continued to advance Philippine culture, heritage, and values in the ever-modernizing world.





PHOTO RELEASE NO. 20-2023PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN CHICAGO CONDUCTS GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT RE-ECHO SEMINAR FOR POS...
10/30/2023

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 20-2023

PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN CHICAGO CONDUCTS GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT RE-ECHO SEMINAR FOR POST'S OFFICER AND STAFF

Filipino-American History Month: A Message from US President Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.
10/22/2023

Filipino-American History Month: A Message from US President Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.

PRESS RELEASE NO. 36-2023CONSULATE GENERAL TOUCHES BASE WITH THE FILIPINO COMMUNITY IN NORTH DAKOTA AND MEETS WITH JAIL ...
10/20/2023

PRESS RELEASE NO. 36-2023

CONSULATE GENERAL TOUCHES BASE WITH THE FILIPINO COMMUNITY IN NORTH DAKOTA AND MEETS WITH JAIL OFFICIALS

CHICAGO 19 October 2023 – The Philippine Consulate General in Chicago conducted an Assistance-to-Nationals (ATN) Mission in Bismarck, North Dakota from 12 to 14 October 2023. Led by Consul General J. Susana V. Paez, the team touched base with the Filipino communities in Bismarck (some 835 miles away from the Consulate General) and its surrounding cities, and met with the officials of the Burleigh Morton County Detention Center.

Aside from the Filipino Community representatives from Bismarck, the team also met with some Filipinos in the cities of Dickinson and Mandan. Consul General Paez assured them of the Consulate General’s mandate of monitoring their welfare and providing appropriate services wherever they may be.

The Filipino Community expressed their appreciation for the team’s visit. They shared that there are around 400 Filipinos in their cities, mostly working in the educational and health care services and with some married females who are homemakers. They also intimated that they feel secure in the area and that North Dakota is a pleasant environment to raise their families. The ATN Mission team then readily answered their consular-related queries on passport, dual citizenship and civil registry matters.

As part of the team’s coordination efforts with North Dakota authorities, on 14 October 2023, it met with officials of the Burleigh Morton County Detention Center located in Bismarck. The detention center houses individuals whose cases are still under the pre-trial and trial stages. Headed by Maj. Trent Wangen, the jail authorities discussed the center’s services and its coordination procedures with other government agencies

The Consul General expressed readiness to further collaborate in matters of mutual interest, in view of the PHL Government’s thrust to render assistance to detained Filipinos overseas. Before the meeting concluded, the team toured some areas of the center and was oriented on the jail’s best practices. END

10/19/2023

WE ARE GOING GLOBAL!

Join our info session on October 14 for our 2024 cohort applications.

Interested to know more? Attend our online info sessions. The first one is this Saturday (October 14) at 2:00 pm EST / 11:00 am PST / 1:00 pm CST. Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSecQS07-A4Cxp17LrB9o1wcivTDB_reco6B7mAGWWnjK_5QNg/viewform?fbclid=IwAR24hpShvN7-A2QpTW0I61OU_elfUNL4WtfvI577uGJygU9ftJzB9iMlG2o

Check out this video of testimonials from the pioneer cohort to gain insight into the transformative experience of our young FilAm student leaders! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AOt9KaaHGQ

10/19/2023
ADVISORY NO. 11 - 2023NOTICE ON THE SYSTEM MAINTENANCE OF iRehistro
10/18/2023

ADVISORY NO. 11 - 2023

NOTICE ON THE SYSTEM MAINTENANCE OF iRehistro

10/18/2023

Tomorrow’s the day of the online panel discussion event of !
Last 7 October, the Department of Foreign Affairs - Office of Public and Cultural Diplomacy in collaboration with Museo Pambata, conducted an on-site event entitled “Laro, Sining, at Imahinasyon: An Interactive Learn and Play Experience” as part of its Museum and Galleries Month celebration.
Children from Canossa-Tondo Children’s Foundation and of DFA personnel were invited to a tour of the exhibits of Museo Pambata, different art workshops, and a morning filled with creativity and fun!
Watch the highlights video below to see these wonderful activities. Don’t forget to watch the livestream of the online panel discussion tomorrow from 10:00 to 11:30 AM (PHST) at the DFA’s official YouTube channel and page.




PRESS RELEASE NO. 35 - 2023CONSULATE GENERAL GOES TO BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA FOR ITS LAST CONSULAR OUTREACH FOR THE YEARC...
10/18/2023

PRESS RELEASE NO. 35 - 2023

CONSULATE GENERAL GOES TO BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA FOR ITS LAST CONSULAR OUTREACH FOR THE YEAR

CHICAGO 17 October 2023 – The Philippine Consulate General in Chicago proceeded to Bismarck, North Dakota on 14 October 2023 to conduct its last consular mission for the year and a field Overseas Voting (OV) Registration. The one-day event was held at the Bismarck Veterans Memorial Library, 515 N 5th St, Bismarck, ND 58501 (some 835 miles away from the Consulate General).

The Consulate General’s team, headed by Consul General J. Susana V. Paez, provided a total of 135 passport, dual-citizenship and other services to consular clients residing in North Dakota and other nearby states. In addition, the team also processed 102 OV Registration applications.

Those who availed of the consular and OV services during the event expressed their appreciation, since this meant that they no longer have to drive for thirteen (13) hours to the Consulate General in Chicago, or take multiple flights due to the non-availability of a direct flight to the said city.

The outreach mission was conducted in partnership with the officers and members of the Fil-Am Outreach North Dakota (FOND). Led by its group coordinator, Ms. Marianette Valmocena, the organization assisted the team by providing promotional and logistical support.

Outreach missions are regularly held to bring the Consulate General’s consular services closer to Filipino and Filipino-American communities in US Midwestern states under the Consulate’s jurisdiction, outside of Illinois. For updates on consular outreach activities, Filipino and Filipino-American communities in the Midwest may visit the Consulate General’s official website (www.chicagopcg.com) and its page (). OV Registration at the Consulate is ongoing and will run until 30 September 2024. END

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 19-20231,004 OVERSEAS VOTING APPLICATIONS GET APPROVAL DURING PHL CONSULATE GENERAL'S 3RD RESIDENT ELE...
10/17/2023

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 19-2023

1,004 OVERSEAS VOTING APPLICATIONS GET APPROVAL DURING PHL CONSULATE GENERAL'S 3RD RESIDENT ELECTION BOARD HEARING

Notice of Holiday for the Month of November
10/16/2023

Notice of Holiday for the Month of November

10/16/2023

Curious how to mold clay into different designs and characters?

Watch this video to get a glimpse of how the Museum and Galleries Month featured artist, Mr. Ali Estrella, uses clay to create wonderful and colorful clay artworks!

The livestream of online panel discussion will be available on 19 October 2023 from 10:00 to 11:30 AM (PHST) at the DFA’s official YouTube channel and page.





10/16/2023

A few more days before the online panel discussion of on 19 October 2023!

Get to know more about this year’s Museum and Galleries Month featured artist: Mr. Ali Estrella. He is an illustrator of Filipino children’s novels, a clay artist, Professor, and so much more!

You can watch the livestream of the event on the DFA’s official YouTube channel and page on 19 October 2023, Thursday, from 10:00 to 11:30 AM (PHST).





10/12/2023

Excited to know more about the panel discussion on 19 October 2023?

Three panelists from the fields of education, arts, and museology will talk about their diverse fields and give a presentation about Philippine Contemporary Art and how it contributes to the growth and development of Filipino children.

In addition, a master clay artist will provide an art demo and create a wonderful artwork!

Watch the livestream on 19 October, Thursday, from 10:00 to 11:30 AM (PHST) at the DFA’s official YouTube channel and page.





PHOTO RELEASE NO. 18- 2023FILIPINO AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH KICKS OFF WITH “FILIPINOS IN CHICAGO” EXHIBIT
10/12/2023

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 18- 2023

FILIPINO AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH KICKS OFF WITH “FILIPINOS IN CHICAGO” EXHIBIT

10/12/2023

Likhaan is a space for kids to develop their creativity, create artworks, and experience different career paths of their choosing. “Likha” is a Filipino word which means to make something or to do work. Kids can therefore enhance their knowledge and inventiveness by using their imaginations and working towards their future selves!

Curious about the Likhaan? Join us in the panel discussion this 19 October 2023 to find out more about this exhibit room and its many exciting activities.





10/12/2023

The Bahay Pukyutan playground is structured like a beehive with many hexagon stairs for kids to be able to climb and explore different heights. Museo Pambata also has in-house produced honey to promote sustainability and local food production.

You can see the beehive structure at the panel discussion this 19 October 2023!





10/12/2023

Are you familiar with the “Gangsa” musical instrument?

A “Gangsa” is a single hand-held gong used by indigenous groups like the Ifugao community in the Cordillera Mountain region. Musicians use a padded stick to play the “Gangsa” and create wonderful folk rhythms and beats.

We can play the “Gangsa” and other indigenous musical instruments in the Himig room of Museo Pambata. Join us at the panel discussion to hear more about these fascinating folk music!





10/11/2023

Habi or Weave is a tapestry created by indigenous communities from all over the Philippines. Weaving is an intangible cultural heritage practiced by cultural communities who create distinct textile patterns and designs using various organic materials such as plant fibers and natural dyes.

Different regions and provinces in the Philippines have their own creative ways of “paghahabi” or weaving patterns that are only unique to their culture bearers.

Check out more of Filipino weaving at the panel discussion on 19 October 2023!





10/11/2023

Ever wondered why the Philippines is called the “Pearl of the Orient”?

The Philippine Sea is filled with marine resources and is home to many living sea creatures and aquatic life. In fact, there are more than 3000 fish species that have been found endemic to the Philippines. Moreover, our country holds the record for having the largest pearl in the world which is found in Puerto Princesa, Palawan!

Explore the vastness of our Philippine waters at the panel discussion. Immerse more in understanding the needs to protect our seas.





10/11/2023

Join us as we explore and learn more about nature!

Let us learn about the different creations and beauty of our natural environment and find out how we can protect it. Let’s also learn about the indigenous communities of the Philippines and their way of life!

Visit the Kalikasan Room in the panel discussion and 360° Virtual Tour of the Museo Pambata brought to you by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Museo Pambata Foundation, Inc.





10/10/2023

Have you ever entered a “Bahay na Bato” (House of Stones)?

Apart from the traditional bahay-kubo inhabited by Filipinos during the Pre-Hispanic and Hispanic Era, Filipinos are also known for residing in a “Bahay na Bato”. Contrary to beliefs that the aforementioned house was adapted from foreign influence in the country, it was actually inspired by the architectural design of a bahay-kubo which is evidently shown in its skeletal structure and stilt.

Bahay na Bato was built to withstand typhoons, earthquakes, and correspond to the tropical weather of the country. Few of the most popular Bahay na Bato in the country can be seen in Batanes and La Union.

Check out more of Bahay na Bato in the panel discussion brought to you by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Museo Pambata Foundation, Inc.





10/10/2023

Mark your calendars! 9 more days before the “Laro, Sining, at Imahinasyon: An Interactive Learn and Play Experience” online panel discussion on 19 October 2023, Thursday, from 10:00 to 11:30 AM (PHST).

Gather your family and friends and celebrate the 2023 Museum and Galleries Month 2023 by participating in the fun exhibits and surprises that await you in Museo Pambata. Let your inner child rediscover the joys of childhood by revisiting fun memories of your favorite Filipino games, stories, and landmarks.

This event is made possible by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and Museo Pambata Foundation, Inc.





In celebration of the 2023 Museum and Galleries Month with the theme “Exhibits and Reflections: Crafting Opportunities f...
10/10/2023

In celebration of the 2023 Museum and Galleries Month with the theme “Exhibits and Reflections: Crafting Opportunities for the New World”, the Department of Foreign Affairs Office of the Public and Cultural Diplomacy (DFA-OPCD) in partnership with Museo Pambata Foundation Inc., brings you the most joyous and engaging event for children and families, the “Laro, Sining at Imahinasyon: An Interactive Learn and Play Experience”! This event will be on 19 October 2023, Thursday, from 10:00 to 11:30 AM (PHST) to be livestreamed on the DFA’s official YouTube channel and page.

Immerse with us in the 360° virtual museum tour of Museo Pambata and explore the first physical interactive children's museum in the country now made available through your screens. Also, join us in an informative panel discussion about “Championing Learning Through Art and Play,” with speakers from the fields of education, arts and museology.

Celebrate the years of heritage and culture of Filipino childhood through fun exhibits, games, and workshops in this wondrous event!





ANNOUNCEMENTDEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR OVERSEAS VOTING REGISTRATION ON 30 SEPTEMBER 2024.PLEASE VISIT THE  PHILIPPINE CONS...
10/06/2023

ANNOUNCEMENT

DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR OVERSEAS VOTING REGISTRATION ON 30 SEPTEMBER 2024.
PLEASE VISIT THE PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN CHICAGO.

2023 PROCLAMATION OF FILIPINO AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH
10/04/2023

2023 PROCLAMATION OF FILIPINO AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH

PRESS RELEASE NO. 34-2023PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN CHICAGO VISITS THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY TO VIEW  THE 1734 MURILLO V...
10/04/2023

PRESS RELEASE NO. 34-2023

PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN CHICAGO VISITS THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY TO VIEW THE 1734 MURILLO VELARDE MAP AND PHILIPPINE MANUSCRIPTS FROM THE SPANISH PERIOD

CHICAGO 04 October 2023 - As part of the celebration of the Maritime and Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month (MANAMo) 2023, the Philippine Consulate General in Chicago visited the Newberry Library on 04 October 2023.

Consul General J. Susana Paez led the Consulate team and was guided by Mr. Will Hansen, Vice President for Collections and Library Services and Curator at the Newberry Library.

Built in 1893 and home to millions of books, manuscripts, historic maps, music and other printed materials that focus on humanities, the Newberry Library also has more than 500 Philippine manuscripts and publications from the Spanish period in addition to its core collection of materials on Western Europe and the Americas.

The highlight of the visit featured the viewing of the Carta Hydrographica y Chorographica de las Yslas Filipinas, a 1734 map designed by Fr. Pedro Murillo Velarde that shows early maritime routes from Manila to Spain and New Spain. This map is one of the only twelve (12) prints known to be in existence.

Mr. Hansen also informed the group that since the beginning of Newberry Library’s digitization project, it has since electronically archived a vast volume of historic materials including Philippine linguistics, travel literature and maps of the island. It also has the largest collection of manuscripts of Dr. Jose P. Rizal outside the Philippines, including his medical notebooks, diaries and the original print of “Mi Ultimo Pensamiento”.END

Notice of RERB HearingTo All Interested Parties:Please be notified that the Resident Election Registration Board (RERB) ...
10/03/2023

Notice of RERB Hearing

To All Interested Parties:

Please be notified that the Resident Election Registration Board (RERB) of the
Philippine Consulate General in Chicago will convene at the Kalayaan Hall of the
Consulate on 16 October 2023 (a Monday) at 11:00 A.M. to hear the applications for registration, certification, reactivation, correction of entries or change of name, change of address, transfer, recapture and other types of applications filed from
01 July 2023 to 30 September 2023.

Any interested party who would like to interpose any objection to the list may file their opposition in writing addressed to the RERB of the Philippine Consulate General in Chicago with address at 122 S. Michigan Avenue, Suite 1600, Chicago, IL 60603.
The written opposition may be filed via email to [email protected].

The last day to file oppositions is on 09 October 2023.
The List of Applicants subject to the RERB Hearing on 16 October 2023 is attached to this Notice.
http://www.chicagopcg.com/advisory-details-1023.html

PRESS RELEASE NO. 33-2023PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL VISITS THE WILD REEF EXHIBIT AT THE SHEDD AQUARIUMCHICAGO 02 Octob...
10/03/2023

PRESS RELEASE NO. 33-2023

PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL VISITS THE WILD REEF EXHIBIT AT THE SHEDD AQUARIUM

CHICAGO 02 October 2023 - As part of the celebration of the Maritime Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month (MANAMo) 2023, the Philippine Consulate General in Chicago visited the Wild Reef Exhibit at the Shedd Aquarium on 28 September 2023.

Led by Consul General J. Susana Paez, the group was met by Mr. Brian Gill, Senior Director, Government Affairs and Policy and Ms. Kristen Neria, Director of Exhibit Services at the Shedd Aquarium.

The Shedd Aquarium welcomes nearly two million visitors annually. The Wild Reef Exhibit, which features the marine ecosystem of Apo Island in Negros Oriental, is the most visited exhibit at the Shedd Aquarium since it opened in 2003. It spans 27,500 square feet and features over 450 species of coral, 2,500 different species of fish, and over 40 sharks.

The highlight of the visit featured the Apo Island marine ecosystem and the collaborative efforts of the government and the local community in maintaining the surrounding reef as a marine sanctuary. To date, 80% of the fishing grounds is being used for sustainable fishing practices and the remaining 20% has been set aside for local wildlife to recover and reproduce. The exhibit also featured fishing gears made from indigenous materials such as bamboo and plywood used by the Apo Island fisherfolk as opposed to cyanide and other harmful chemicals that can both harm coral reefs and human beings.

Director Gill, who professed that the Wild Reef is his favorite exhibit at Shedd, also informed the group that a phase by phase renovation project which started on 01 Aug 2023 will feature new escalators that will easily connect the different exhibit areas to be more accessible for visitors and especially for persons with disabilities. Shedd Aquarium will also endeavor to build larger habitats for marine animals and is looking to double the amount of gallons of water by the year 2027.

The Shedd officers also discussed the aquarium's latest conservation initiatives, including joining an international collaborative effort to reestablish the population of the endangered zebra shark in Raja Ampat, Indonesia, and as part of an international research team to restore reefs in warming oceans with climate-resilient corals. They expressed openness to explore possible partnerships with the Philippines on conservation efforts in the marine waters surrounding the archipelago. END

PRESS RELEASE NO. 32-2023PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL HOLDS A WATCH PARTY FEATURING “KALIPUNG-AWAN”CHICAGO 02 October 20...
10/03/2023

PRESS RELEASE NO. 32-2023

PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL HOLDS A WATCH PARTY FEATURING “KALIPUNG-AWAN”

CHICAGO 02 October 2023 - In celebration of the Maritime Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month (MANAMo) 2023, the Philippine Consulate General in Chicago held a watch party featuring “Kalipung-Awan” (which translates to “loneliness in an isolated place”) for its personnel at the Kalayaan Hall.

A collaboration between the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the People’s Television Network, “Kalipung-Awan” features the Philippine Rise, formerly known as Benham Rise, as a rich marine resource viewed from the eyes of the fisherfolk living in Catanduanes, and the Filipino scientists who dedicate their time and effort to explore this seascape for scientific advancements and discoveries that may benefit the country.

In her remarks prior to the screening, Consul General J. Susana Paez expressed her appreciation to the producers of the documentary and encouraged all personnel to be more aware of the Philippine’s unique archipelagic identity and its marine resources that continue to play a major role in the country’s efforts to attain food security and sustainable development.

The Consulate General personnel had a lively interaction following the documentary screening and participated in a mini quiz to gauge their knowledge about the Philippine archipelago. END

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 17-2023PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL INDUCTS OFFICERS OF ILIGAN-LANAO ASSOCIATION OF THE MIDWEST, INC.
09/30/2023

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 17-2023

PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL INDUCTS OFFICERS OF ILIGAN-LANAO ASSOCIATION OF THE MIDWEST, INC.

09/28/2023
PRESS RELEASE NO. 31 – 2023PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN CHICAGO PROMOTES THE PHILIPPINES AS INVESTMENT DESTINATION IN...
09/26/2023

PRESS RELEASE NO. 31 – 2023

PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN CHICAGO PROMOTES THE PHILIPPINES AS INVESTMENT DESTINATION IN FIL-AM CHAMBER NETWORKING EVENT

25 September 2023 (Chicago) – The Philippine Consulate General in Chicago, through Consul General J. Susana V. Paez, pitched the Philippines as an investment destination during the Philippine American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Chicago (PACCGC) Networking Event held at the Fifth Third Bank Business Office in Rosemont, Illinois on 18 September 2023.

Organized by PACCGC with the support of Fifth Third Bank, the event was attended by nearly a hundred current and prospective members of the chamber. Filipina-American Mae Espina, Fifth Third Bank Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager, and other bank executives delivered the welcome remarks. PACCGC President Aurora Austriaco provided an overview of the chamber. Other speakers were Alderwoman Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth, the first Filipino-American member of the City Council of Chicago, and Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Business Development Manager Edwin Tumlos.

After the speeches, there was an open mic for business owners to speak and promote their business. Filipino food enterprises were also present to provide a free sampling of their products.

In her remarks, Consul General J. Susan V. Paez looked forward to the Filipino and Filipino-American business community blossoming anew with bold new initiatives and the addition of dynamic members. As the chamber pursues its core objective of “empowering Chicagoland’s Filipino-American community by coaching, educating and connecting its businesses with growth opportunities and community events”, she hoped that it will consider business opportunities that mutually benefit entrepreneurs, professionals and workers back home.

Consul General Paez looked forward to working with the Federation of Philippine American Chambers of Commerce and PACCGC in organizing inbound and outbound business missions to and from the Philippines. She also expressed openness to partnering with the chamber to help Filipino small businesses in the Midwest expand their operations, assist them in importing their inputs from the Philippines, and possibly exporting their products and services back home. END

The Bureau of the Treasury – in partnership with the Philippine Embassy in Washington DC, the Philippine Consulate Gener...
09/26/2023

The Bureau of the Treasury – in partnership with the Philippine Embassy in Washington DC, the Philippine Consulate General in Chicago, and the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco – invites Overseas Filipinos to learn more about how they can invest and manifest an elevated life!

The session will focus on how overseas investors can participate in the National Government’s retail bond offering, the Retail Dollar Bonds 2.

To attend online, click the link or scan the code below on the poster:

https://bit.ly/RDB2VirtualRoadshows

Message of Secretary for Foreign Affairs Enrique A. Manalo on the Celebration of World Maritime Day 2023
09/26/2023

Message of Secretary for Foreign Affairs Enrique A. Manalo on the Celebration of World Maritime Day 2023

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 16-2023PHILIPPINE  CONSUL GENERAL MEETS CHICAGO CITY MAYOR
09/25/2023

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 16-2023
PHILIPPINE CONSUL GENERAL MEETS CHICAGO CITY MAYOR

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 15-2023CONSUL GENERAL INDUCTS OFFICERS OF PHILIPPINE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF CHICAGO
09/25/2023

PHOTO RELEASE NO. 15-2023

CONSUL GENERAL INDUCTS OFFICERS OF PHILIPPINE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF CHICAGO

Notice of Holiday for October 2023
09/22/2023

Notice of Holiday for October 2023

Notice of Holiday for June 2023
06/06/2023

Notice of Holiday for June 2023

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