Migrant Heritage Commission

Migrant Heritage Commission a non-profit , service-oriented NGO created to recognize/preserve cultural identity & rights of Filipinos & other immigrants in U.S.A.
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Service-oriented NGO

12/31/2018

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE 2019 - MORE BLESSINGS AND LOVE FOR A LIFETIME🤩🤩🤩

FUNERAL MASS tonight for Myrna "Mimi" Calayo of Woodbridge,  VANov. 30 (Friday) 6 pmMemorial/Funeral MassSacred Heart Ca...
11/30/2018

FUNERAL MASS tonight for
Myrna "Mimi" Calayo of Woodbridge, VA
Nov. 30 (Friday) 6 pm
Memorial/Funeral Mass
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
12975 Purcell Rd., Manassas, VA 20112

MIMI died of cancer last week and has NO immediate family member in the US. MIMI, a Bicolana, hailed from Sipocot, Camarines Sur,Philippines. PLS PRAY FOR THE ETERNAL REPOSE OF HER SOUL. MS Lena Yap and Marissa Corbillon sought the assistance of Migrant Heritage Commission (MHC) Jesse A. Gatchalian

Reserve your seats now for 21 Oct 2018 Sunday from 1-3 pm!  Be captivated by the  rare & exquisite performance of the Ph...
09/19/2018

Reserve your seats now for 21 Oct 2018 Sunday from 1-3 pm! Be captivated by the rare & exquisite performance of the Philippines' leading dance theater multi-awarded & internationally acclaimed company from Mindanao for the FIL AM HISTORY Month in the USA - IPAG or the Integrated Performing Arts Guild..

01/26/2018
SMNI News

Lawyer, Atty. Arnedo Valera of the Washington D.C. -based MIGRANT HERITAGE COMMISSION (MHC), interviewed by the SMNI CHANNEL USAPING BAYAN RE: : LABOR TRAFFICKING ISSUE, 1/24/18

Paglala ng Labor trafficking

With: Atty. Arnedo Valera
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MIGRANT HERITAGE COMMISSION

07/25/2017

Red Alert: The FB account (REY GAN) and Email address ([email protected]) of REY GAN, one of the Fil-am community leaders in the US capital, have been hacked so pls do not entertain any request for assistance from said accounts.
Never give your personal email add, cell/ home Number, birthdate, home address, parents' names nor family details to these hackers. .
So far the name given is ZAIR JHUN MOCLES from Nueva Ecija. It may not even be his real name so just be careful. . .

ANNUAL FREE HEALTH /LEGAL CONSULTATIONS
11/30/2016

ANNUAL FREE HEALTH /LEGAL CONSULTATIONS

Migrant Heritage Commission
11/24/2016

Migrant Heritage Commission

OUR reigning 2016 ISA's Miss Teen Philippines-USA Lurene Heyl from Metro Washington D.C. on the "RICHMOND DISPATCH onlin...
08/15/2016
FILIPINO FESTIVAL 2016

OUR reigning 2016 ISA's Miss Teen Philippines-USA Lurene Heyl from Metro Washington D.C. on the "RICHMOND DISPATCH online news" at her performance at the 2016 FILIPINO FESTIVAL at our Lady of Lourdes in Henrico, (Richmond, VA) . Thanks Rosario Igharas, Maria Cielo Sinsioco and all the wonderful organizers of this annual festival in Richmond for inviting Migrant Heritage Commission (MHC) and ISA's Miss Teen Phils-America , always to your annual festival..
FILIPINO FESTIVAL 2016 https://t.co/y3rtG0cK1E via @richmonddotcom

Lurene Heyl danced as the Singkil princess on Saturday during the 11th annual Filipino Festival at Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Woodman Road in Henrico County.

THIS  is today, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2016  at 12 noon on the stage of the TIDAL BASIN, Washington D.C. Come meet some of #...
04/02/2016

THIS is today, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2016 at 12 noon on the stage of the TIDAL BASIN, Washington D.C.
Come meet some of #fiestaasia 's shining stars (Migrant Heritage Commission's FIL-AM DANCE ENSEMBLE & other Asian performing arts groups) this Saturday April 2 12noon at #cherryblossom #tidalbasin stage, then see them in full force on May 21st! Come early to get good area for a picnic or to watch.. NATIONAL DC CHERRY BLOSSOMS FESTIVAL. .FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. . .

MHC Heritage Dance Ensemble in action! #fiestaasia Photo Credit: George Newcomb

Migrant Heritage Commission's cover photo
03/29/2016

Migrant Heritage Commission's cover photo

01/17/2016

MHC's new office address is 3900 Jermantown Rd., Suite 100, Fairfax, VA 22030

DON'T MISS THIS RARE & HISTORIC OPPORTUNITY TO WATCH NOLI ME TANGERE, THE OPERA. VERY SOON 8-9 August 2014 for the first...
08/01/2014

DON'T MISS THIS RARE & HISTORIC OPPORTUNITY TO WATCH NOLI ME TANGERE, THE OPERA. VERY SOON 8-9 August 2014 for the first time at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. The most awaited opera version of Jose Rizal's famous novel "NOLI ME TANGERE", to unfold right before your very eyes on 8-9 August 2014. Pls call or text 202-247-0117 or email [email protected] for tickets. August 9 , Saturday 8 p.m. by co-sponsored by MHC is @ $ 60, $ 80 and $ 100. August 8, Friday MAFFAA's premiere night @ $ 100 and $ 150.00. . For more info, pls go to this link: https://www.facebook.com/notes/grace-valera/maffaa-incs-noli-me-tangere-touch-me-not-the-opera-romancing-the-struggle-of-the/10152292496483196

UST ALUMNI ASS'N IN AMERICA METRO WASHINGTON D.C.
11/29/2013

UST ALUMNI ASS'N IN AMERICA METRO WASHINGTON D.C.

Meet the Officers of UST Alumni Association in America.

11/01/2013
2nd Migrant Workers' Day Celebration Entertainment

ONE MORE NIGHT BEFORE MHC's HALLOWEEN OF FULL ROCKING AND DANCING FOR A GOOD-CAUSE @ D MIGRANT HERITAGE COMMISSION's (MHC) 8th Fillipino Workers' Heritage Celebration. SHOW OFF YOUR BEST COSTUMES & and BE READY FOR AN EXCELLENT TREAT OF DELECTABLE FILIPINO CUISINES and AN AUTHENTIC CULTURAL PERFORMANCE with our HOMEGROWN talents of the MHC Fil-Am Ensemble plus Teen beauties. . .!

Watch the 2nd MIGRANT WORKERS' DAY CELEBRATION : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYiHHC5IcgQ
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ANOTHER FULL NIGHT OF FUN AND DANCING @ Fort Myer's...

8th Annual MHC's Filipino Migrant Workers' Heritage Celebration:
CELEBRATING OUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO OUR COUNTRY

(Attire: MHC goes HALLOWEEN. .!!)

Nov 2, 2013, Saturday, 6 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.

Fort Myer Community Ballroom (next to the bowling center)
224 McNair Rd., Bldg. 411, Fort Myer, VA 22211
(it's a Military Base, so please be ready to present an ID or passport.)

SHOW OFF YOUR BEST HALLOWEEN COSTUMES (Most creative/original/dramatic etc) and WIN WONDERFUL PRIZES !!!

Come and join us this evening of rocking/ dancing in your halloween costumes and be recognized as "modern day heroes"... We all have our respective roles to fulfill and we did it and we're still doing it for the love of our family /relatives back home ..That evening, be recognized and honored for all your hard work (sending all your hard earned money for your family, and relatives).. It will be a night to remember ....with a bonus "SPECIAL CULTURAL PRESENTATION"

What's an Overseas worker? A doctor, a lawyer, a nurse, a teacher, an Accountant, an Artist, a caregiver, a businessman, a Pastor, a farmer etc. ???
Whether you're in the legal, academic, medical, service, finance, religious, business, performing arts, agriculture and other fields for as long as you migrated abroad to work, you're classified as Overseas Workers, the modern day heroes who have been helping sustain our home countries' economy through remittances, businesses,investments, services etc.
DJ NICKY
General Admission: $ 37.00 (but $ 7 OFF [or $ 30.00] if paid on or before 25 October 2013)
Teens 10 to 19 yrs old - $ 18.00
9 yrs & below - FREE
Pls make checks payable to MHC and mail to 3930 Walnut St. Suite 200, Fairfax, VA 22030. Proceeds will go to MHC's service and charitable programs for the community.

Seating is limited in FORT MYER so pls confirm early.
RSVP: Any of the 3 MHC ExecDirs: Grace Valera, Jesse A. Gatchalian or Arnedo S. Valera, Esq., 202-247-0117/ 202-631-8856/ 703-273-1196
email: [email protected]


https://www.facebook.com/events/618976561469316/?ref_dashboard_filter=calendar

Filipino migrant workers with their families and friends were given a special Christmas treat of sumptuous "lechon" (roasted pigs), delectable Filipino dishe...

Migrant Heritage Commission's (MHC)  TINIKLING ROCK AND ROLL FUSION "'SITSIRITSIT" @ FBA-NA 9th INTERCITY BASKETBALL TOU...
09/03/2013
MHC's TINIKLING ROCK N ROLL "SITSIRITSIT" @ FBA-NA 9th INTERCITY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Migrant Heritage Commission's (MHC) TINIKLING ROCK AND ROLL FUSION "'SITSIRITSIT" @ FBA-NA 9th INTERCITY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT hosted by FABA of METRO dc., Washington D.C.
The dance was choreographed by Grace Valera...

Entertaining the FBA teams from 16 cities all over the US and 6 cities Canada..Washington d.c (Faba of Metro DC) is host.CONGRATULATIONS FABA OF METRO DC! JOB WELL DONE ! It was our pleasure supporting you in this big event!

MHC Fil-Am dance ensemble composed of :
1) children (9-12 yrs old)
Josette Francia, 2012 Little Miss Philippine Migrant Heritage
Georgie Padua, 2012 Little Mr. Philippine Migrant Heritage
Jasmine Francia
2) Teenagers (15 yrs old-26 yrs old)
Matthew Emata Aninzo MHC Youth Envoy for Unity and Service
Alyssa Avelino MHC Youth Envoy and 2013 Miss Teen Philippines-America Maria Clara
Chastity Centina MHC Youth Envoy and 2013 Miss Teen Philippines-America
3) Adults (All MHC Envoys 35 yrs old above)
Jeannette Calahong
Carl Abella
Tony Calaro
Denia Bustamante
Ednora Franco
Jojo Franco
Carrie Macanas
Ronaldo Francia
Noel Dhennie Batoon Padua
Bel Francia
Ghie Padua

Choreographer : Grace Valera
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y99OZacadcE&feature=share

FBA-NA 9th INTERCITY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT HOSTED BY FABA of Metro DC. DANCE CHOREOGRAPHED BY MS GRACE VALERA.

To all dear kababayans from New York, NJ, PA, MD, DC, VA and beyond. . .Let's represent the Philippines on America's bir...
06/25/2013

To all dear kababayans from New York, NJ, PA, MD, DC, VA and beyond. . .
Let's represent the Philippines on America's birthday at the 4th of July American National Day Parade, right in the birthplace of American Independence, PHILADELPHIA ! If interested to join, pls call us.. It's a lot of fun showcasing our Filipino culture and heritage to the American mainstream. Remember, not all groups/cultures are given a chance to showcase their cultures in a high profile, significant American-organized parade. We're lucky that the Philippines/ MHC has been selected so we're enjoining all our kababayans to join us and take part in this once-a-year America's birthday and PARADE WITH US AGAIN under the "PHILIPPINES" banner, right in the birthplace of American Independence in PHILADELPHIA !
https://www.facebook.com/notes/grace-valera/fil-am-communitys-participation-4th-of-july-in-philadelphiabplace-of-american-in/10151544778513196?notif_t=like

06/20/2013

For all our guests @ the 8th Annual Migrant Heritage People's Ball in Washington D.C. on 22 June 2013. There's a DISCOUNTED flat rate of $ 20.00 self-parking at the hotel. Vouchers will be issued by the hotel at the registration desk. Pls come early also since there's dancing from 5:30 p.m. to 6:35 p.m. (before dinner is served) to the vibrant music of DJ NICKY and Mike Herrera's ORACLE BAND .. FYI, only $ 85.00 seats available..All $ 100.00 and $ 75.00 tables SOLD OUT... ABS-CBN's TFC's famous anchorwoman GEL SANTOS RELOS to emcee once again !
Celebrate our theme of "AMERICA IS POWERED BY IMMIGRANTS", the Filipino Migration to the U.S. Anniversary, Philippine Independence Day and Fil-Am Friendship Day on this once-a-year most awaited and biggest EXTRAORDINARY GALA for UNITY AND SERVICE with H.E. Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia Jr. , the Migrant Heritage Commission (MHC) and the Filipino-American and Immigrant communities who choose to "LIVE A LIFE THAT MATTERS !!!"
TO ALL GROUPS/ORGANIZATIONS/leaders/MHC ENVOYS/PAST MHC AWARDEES, pls bring all your respective banners for the opening ceremonies. We all assemble @ 6:20 p.m. on the ballroom foyer like in previous years. Thanks a lot again for everyone's support ! ! https://www.facebook.com/events/289621377837692/

05/12/2013
http://www.philippineembassy-usa.org/uploads/pdfs/embassy/2013/2013-0507-UndeliverableBallots.pdf

An urgent reminder to our Kababayans (both duly registered voters who are Filipino citizens or dual citizens) in the U.S. capital region:

URGENT REMINDER from the PHIL.EMBASSY TODAY ; 12 MAY 2013, pls cast your ballots @ the Consular office 1617 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington D.C. and not at the main Embassy bldg..

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You still have a chance to cast your ballot this weekend for the 2013 Philippine elections at the Consulate Office Bldg. of the Phil.Embassy this weekend (11-12 May from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and till 3:00 a.m. of 13 May 2013)
1617 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington D.C...(Unless you prefer not to for some valid reasons but we encourage you to do so...)
If you have not received your ballot yet, pls check this link of undeliverable ballots http://www.philippineembassy-usa.org/uploads/pdfs/embassy/2013/2013-0507-UndeliverableBallots.pdf

Migrant Heritage Commission (MHC)
202-247-0117/ 202-631-8856/ 703-273-1196
Washington D.C.
www.migrantheritage.org

A public service announcement under
MHC's Information Dissemination, Publicity & Research Program —

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAUREL ‘s6TH ANNUAL WELLNESS CONFERENCESATURDAY, 27 APRIL 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.8:00 a...
04/22/2013

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAUREL ‘s
6TH ANNUAL WELLNESS CONFERENCE

SATURDAY, 27 APRIL 2013
from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

8:00 a.m. - FREE HEALTH SCREENING & MEDICAL CONSULTATIONS
Cholesterol/Blood Glucose/BP check /Sight /Eye test/ Hepatitis B

10:30 -11:00 a.m. Migrant Heritage Commission's (MHC) IMMIGRATION SESSION ON THE COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION
REFORM BILL
11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Continuation of HEALTH SCREENING and Medical Consultations
(FREE AND Open to everyone)

Health Screening conducted by

MIGRANT HERITAGE COMMISSION (MHC)
(under its Healthcare Resource Program)
and
ALEXANDRIA ASIAN-AMERICAN LIONS CLUB DISTRICT 24-A VIRGINIA
WITH VOLUNTEER DOCTORS AND NURSES

FROM THE PHILIPPINE MEDICAL ASS’N (PMA), APPM, ISA, USTAAA, UP Medical, AND PHIL.NURSES ASS’N

THERE WILL ALSO BE HEPATITIS B SCREENING (19 yrs old to 70 yrs old) by the HEPATITIS B INITIATIVE OF WASHINGTON D.C.

IMPORTANT : NO MEALS 6 TO 8 HRS PRIOR TO

THE BLOOD GLUCOSE/ CHOLESTEROL TEST
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Fecha : Saturday, 27 April 2013
Hora : 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. only
Lugar: First Baptist Church of Laurel (Primera Iglesia Bautista deLaurel)
15000 First Baptist Lane
Laurel, MD 20707

For more information, please call 202-247-0117, 202-631-8856 or 703-273-1196 or email [email protected]

Migrant Heritage Commission's/AAALC FREE HEALTH SCREENING at the First Baptist Church in Laurel, MD is now on its 6TH year of providing free health screening/ medical consultations to the Hispanic community. It started in April 2008 in conjunction with the First Baptist Church’s First Free Wellness Conference (Primer Conferencia Annual de Bienestar Gratis). For this year, there will be free HEPATITIS B screening from the Hepatitis B Initiative of Washington D.C. and the Immigration Seminar on the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill from MHC's Legal Resource Team


MHC HEALTH CARE RESOURCE PROGRAM – Under this program, MHC provides health care resources & refers underinsured or uninsured immigrants requiring health care services to licensed physicians. Under this project, MHC helps provide free medical consultations, health screenings and conduct health expos through the cooperation of volunteer doctors, nurses, health care providers & similar agencies and/ or in partnership with other civic minded organizations (Alexandria Asian-American Lions Club of VA 24-A), and volunteer nurses from the Philippine Nurses Ass’n of DC and MD and volunteer doctors from the Philippine Medical Ass’n, ISA, APPM, USTAAA, UP Medical Ass;n etc.)
Eye Test also courtesy of AMERICA’S BEST.

MHC LEGAL/ IMMIGRATION RESOURCE PROGRAM - c/o Migrant Heritage Commission Legal Team

The street of the First Baptist Church is new and is not listed on most online maps or popular GPS devices. Pls refer to the attached map for guidance:

SUMMARY of US IMMIGRATION REFORM BILL Sources : U.S. Senate staff and staff reports. GRAPHIC: The Washington Post. Publi...
04/17/2013

SUMMARY of US IMMIGRATION REFORM BILL
Sources : U.S. Senate staff and staff reports.
GRAPHIC: The Washington Post. Published April 16, 2013. Updated April 17, 2013.
AILA InfoNet.

Legalization and Legal Immigration

Individuals in unlawful status may apply to adjust their status to the legal status of REGISTERED PROVISIONAL IMMIGRANT STATUS. Eligible are : Residence in the U.S. prior to 31 Dec 2011 & maintenance of continuous physical presence since then; Paid a $ 500 (except DREAM ACT eligible students) & assessed taxes per adult applicant in addition to all applicable fees required to pay for the cost of processing the application.
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Path to Citizenship

Most of the 11 million people who are in the country illegally could apply for a green card after 10 years and citizenship three years after that.

Applicants must pay a $1,000 fine, pay back taxes, learn English, remain employed and pass a criminal background check.

Immigrants must have arrived in the United States before Jan. 1, 2012, to be eligible.

Dream Act youth can obtain green cards in five years and citizenship immediately thereafter.
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Border Control

The Department of Homeland Security will receive $3 billion to improve border security through surveillance drones and 3,500 additional customs agents; $1.5 billion for fencing.

Within five years, DHS must achieve 100 percent surveillance of the southwest border with Mexico and apprehend 90 percent of people trying to cross illegally in high-risk sectors (areas where more than 30,000 people are apprehended annually).

If DHS does not meet the metrics, a border commission composed of governors and attorneys general from border states would be given five more years and additional funding to implement more stringent measures.

U.S. companies must implement the “E-verify” computer tracking system that aims to ensure that workers are legal residents within five years. All non-citizens will be required to show "biometric work authorization card" or "biometric green card."

The government must implement an exit/entry tracking system at ports of entry to determine whether foreign visitors or workers overstay their visas.
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H-1B high-skilled visas

Visas for highly skilled engineers and computer programs would double from 65,000 to 110,000. In future years, the cap could rise to as much as 180,000.

Require employers with large numbers of H-1B visas to pay higher salaries and fees.
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Guest worker “W-visa” program

New visa program for 20,000 foreigners in low-skilled jobs starting in 2015. Number of visas increases to 75,000 in 2019.

New federal bureau to analyze employment data to make recommendations for annual guest-worker visas caps beginning in 2020, to exceed no more than 200,000 annually.

Construction companies limited to no more than 15,000 visas per year.

“Safety-valve” to allow additional visas over the annual cap provided employers pay workers higher wages.
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Farm worker H-2A program

Visas for agriculture workers limited to 337,000 over three years

Wages based on survey of labor-market data for various farming jobs.

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Changes to family visa program

Allows unlimited number of visas per year for foreign spouses, children and parents of U.S. citizens and permanent legal residents.

Eighteen months after the law takes effect, eliminates visas reserved for foreign brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens, and married children over 30 years of age.

Eliminates diversity visa program starting in 2015. Creates new merit-based visa category using point system based on family ties and work skills.

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For more information, pls feel free to call Migrant Heritage Commission (MHC) 703-675-6334, 202-247-0117, 202-631-8856 or 703-273-1196 or email [email protected].. FREE Legal/Immigration consultations BRIEFING on this proposed BILL is being organized by MHC in different venues. Pls WATCH out for our announcements or if you wish one briefing to be held in your area or with your group, pls call us and we will schedule one for you.


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A FREE COMMUNITY SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE MIGRANT HERITAGE COMMISSION (MHC) under its Information, Publication and Research Program
MHC brings people together to foster a culture of UNITY and SERVICE

3 MHC Executive Directors

Grace Divina Victoria S. Valera
Jesse A. Gatchalian
Arnedo S. Valera, Esq.
202-247-0117/ 202-631-8856/ 703-675-6334
[email protected] http://www.migrantheritage.org/

Address

3900 Jermantown Rd, Suite 100
Fairfax, VA
22030

General information

PLS CLICK ON THIS LINK : https://www.facebook.com/notes/grace-divina-valera/what-is-migrant-heritage-commission-mhc-founding-and-history/10153524080173196/ Founding and History The Migrant Heritage Commission, Inc. (MHC) is a non-profit, service-oriented, non-governmental organization that recognizes and preserves the cultural identity and rights of immigrants. MHC’s formation was inspired by the death of a Filipino immigrant, Reynante Soriano Cabanban, who died of cancer prior to assuming his duty as a nurse. Diplomat Grace Valera-Jaramillo, then Philippine Embassy Official in-charge of the Cabanban case, encouraged the formation of an NGO in recognition of the urgent need for a proper mechanism to help migrants/immigrants in a timely manner considering the limited resources of the Philippine government. During the memorial mass for Reynante at the Philippine Embassy on December 27, 2005, Atty. Arnedo S. Valera, Esq., proposed the establishment of a Filipino Overseas Migrant Fund that garnered support of key leaders in the Filipino community. MHC founders , who included among others Jesse A. Gatchalian, recognized the need to establish a formal mechanism whereby immigrants could avail of help and resources when necessary and to support the Philippine Embassy’s services to the local community. MHC was founded on December 30, 2005, by six key members of the Fil-Am community in Metro D.C. and was envisioned as a non-governmental organization dedicated to undertaking activities and programs that provide legal, medical, economic, and cultural resources and assistance to Filipino immigrants. Over time, MHC has expanded its services to other immigrant communities, especially to the Latino and African populations. . Our Mission Our fundamental goal is to advocate for the protection of the fundamental human rights of immigrants and their families, as enunciated by the UN Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families. We believe that the protection of one’s human rights requires a strong awareness of one’s legal, political, and economic rights as a new American. To this end, we support and facilitate the political, economic, social, and cultural integration of immigrants while honoring their cultural heritages and identities.

Opening Hours

Tuesday 18:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 18:00 - 19:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(703) 273-1196

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