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Why an Immigration Application Can Be Refused If You Forget a Document

Why an Immigration Application Can Be Refused If You Forget a Document

Reis Pagtakhan

In all immigration applications, Citizenship and Immigration Canada requires that specific documents be submitted. The documents required depend on the type of application a person is making. If an applicant forgets to put in

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Perez Title Fight

Perez Title Fight

Big Marv

Eric Perez is a fighter we’ve featured here on the Filipino Journal. Last fight, he finished off Tony Bibby via rear naked choke, and that got him to the next level in his fight

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Sa Aking Paglisan, ang Tanging Pabaon Nila…Musika at Alaala

Sa Aking Paglisan, ang Tanging Pabaon Nila…Musika at Alaala

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Spending Time with Some Philippine Rock Artists, part 4) In the previous issue, I listed the musical activities that I and my former band Half Life Half Death had engaged in during our

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To Gift or Not to Gift

To Gift or Not to Gift

aLfie vera meLLa

(On the True Meaning of Gift-Giving) Mahilig ka bang magbigay ng regalo sa iyong mga kamag-anak o kaibigan? Okey lang ’yan—basta ba bukál sa iyong kalooban at meron ka naman talagang sobrang pera na

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Panahon ng Paghihintáy at Pag-aálinlángan

Panahon ng Paghihintáy at Pag-aálinlángan

aLfie vera meLLa

(Reflecting Poetically on Some Recent Past) In 2005, when I was doing mostly nothing but take care of my late maternal grandfather virtually day in and day out, I relied heavily on my literary

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Death March

Death March

Dr. Eusebio Koh

Seventy years ago on April 9, 1942, the Imperial Japanese Army forced over 70,000 Filipino and American prisoners of war to march from Mariveles, Bataan to San Fernando, Pampanga 88 km. away, then by

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Tarnishing a Legacy

Tarnishing a Legacy

Levy Abad

Doubtlessly Manny Pacquiao will go down in history as, at the least, the most popular Filipino of his era or, at most, the most popular Filipino of all time. A plethora of facts would

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Alam Mo Ba Na…?

Alam Mo Ba Na…?

Adonis Fernandez

Jan Raeimon Nato is the first Filipino to win the Rose Bowl (Pilipino Express, April 1–15, 2012) Manitoba has its own desert in the “Spirit Sands” at Carberry (www.virtualtourist.com) It costs 1.6 cents to

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Government inspected SM Baguio expansion project

Government inspected SM Baguio expansion project

Government authorities and oppositors from the public sector have recently inspected the redevelopment project of SM City Baguio to see the truth behind allegations of massive tree-cutting to pave way for the expansion of

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Erap turns 75

Erap turns 75

Former President Joseph Ejercito Estrada, the 13th President of the Philippines, celebrated his 75th Birth Anniversary on, April 19, 2012 Estrada, popularly known as “Erap,” (Filipino “pare” meaning friend) a name given by his

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