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Join the U.S. Embassy Manila Sakay Na! Jeepney Photo Challenge

Advocacy, Announcements, Arts, BIMP-EAGA, Blogging, Contests, Features, Manila, Mindanao, Mindanaoan Artists, Mindanaoan Update, Photos, Society
The U.S. Embassy in Manila invites everyone to take part in their photo contest, the Sakay Na! Jeepney Photo Challenge. The US Embassy in Manila says that interested participants can just submit their best original photos featuring Philippine Jeepneys to compete for a chance to win prizes. “We see the Jeepney as a symbol of U.S.-Philippine friendship,” said U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Officer Robin Diallo. “The earliest Jeepneys were constructed from jeeps brought to the Philippines by the United States during World War II, but since that time, they have evolved in beautiful and creative ways.” Jeepneys express the unique culture of the various regions of the Philippines, as they differ in style and design from place to place. Given the historical connection of the Jeepney t...
U.S. Embassy in Manila now has an official blog

U.S. Embassy in Manila now has an official blog

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The U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines has finally launched its very own visa blog! The US Embassy in Manila official visa blog is called the VISAtisified Voyager. According to a statement from the U.S. Embassy in Manila sent to Mindanaoan.com, the blog aims to "provide timely and relevant information to members of the public interested in learning about the Nonimmigrant and Immigrant visa processes." Each week, blog posts will examine topics relevant to visa applicants. Readers are welcome to post comments and questions about applying for U.S. visas. The blog is also a venue for visa applicants to provide feedback and share their experiences when they have applied for a U.S. visa. The blog will be moderated by a team of visa experts from the U.S. Embassy’s Nonimmigrant and Immig...

America in 3D goes to Baguio

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A few months ago, the United States Embassy in Manila, Philippines conducted its first ever America in 3D event. It was so successful that the US Embassy in Manila, under the leadership of the very amiable Ambassador Harry Thomas, decided to do a roadshow! First stop - Baguio City! Come join the U.S. Embassy when it brings “America in 3D” to Baguio City from July 8 to 10, 2011 at SM City Baguio! All residents of greater Baguio are invited to participate in our FREE, fun events in SM City Baguio from July 8 through 10, from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. The three-day weekend will include a full lineup of musical performances (everything from jazz to hip-hop, from country music to Broadway tunes), free samplings of American food, cooking demonstrations, and information about U.S. visas and ...

Join the first ever webchat on U.S. non-immigrant visas by the US Embassy Manila

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Has it always been a dream of yours to visit the United States of America but whenever you try to apply for a tourist visa, you often get denied? Do you have questions pertaining to U.S. non-immigrant visas? Have you always wanted to ask a real US Embassy consul what you need to do and what you need to have in order to secure that most wanted U.S. non-immigrant visa? Then here's your perfect chance! On Wednesday, February 23, 2011, from 4 PM to 5 PM, you can join the first ever web chat ever on U.S. non-immigrant visas. This webchat, dubbed "Ask the Consul," is organized by the US Embassy in Manila. Read more details after the jump! (more…)
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