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My fiancé will attend seminar tomorrow. I told him he needed to bring this ff.

* Birth certificate

* 2 ID

* Passport

Am I missing anything? Does he need any passport photo? If ever, which kind? US or Philippines passport photo? And how many passport photo/s?

Thanks!!!


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Here is what one guy wrote about his Manila CFO experience.

BRING your petitioners BIRTH CERTIFICATE !! Copy is fine. They will just look at it.

There were some that had to come back the next day with those papers.. and take the seminar again! Not sure if they have to pay again.

My fiance said the instructor had a lot of experience counseling abused women overseas. So her focus was to prevent that.

If you are not confident or sure of yourself, they might pick up on that and grill you. They want to help prevent anyone getting exploited. If that is not you, then you have nothing to fear right?

The web site says 9am - 12pm but it didn't start that day until 10:30 and finished at 3:00. Waiting for the certificate took another hour. Out at 4pm. So be careful of your schedule!!

Get there early and eat a big breakfast. Bring biscuits for snacks.


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Here is what one guy wrote about his Manila CFO experience.

BRING your petitioners BIRTH CERTIFICATE !! Copy is fine. They will just look at it.

There were some that had to come back the next day with those papers.. and take the seminar again! Not sure if they have to pay again.

My fiance said the instructor had a lot of experience counseling abused women overseas. So her focus was to prevent that.

If you are not confident or sure of yourself, they might pick up on that and grill you. They want to help prevent anyone getting exploited. If that is not you, then you have nothing to fear right?

The web site says 9am - 12pm but it didn't start that day until 10:30 and finished at 3:00. Waiting for the certificate took another hour. Out at 4pm. So be careful of your schedule!!

Get there early and eat a big breakfast. Bring biscuits for snacks.

thanks kennard..i guess his ready to go...but of course eat first lol :thumbs:


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