Brunei PE Holds First Kapihan sa Pasuguan for 2019

CDA Pete Delfin reminding the Filipino Community of the Philippine Passport Law, its regulations and the penalties imposed when caught tampering or altering entries on their Philippine Passport

The Philippine Embassy in Brunei Darussalam held its first “Kapihan sa Pasuguan” forum for the year with leaders of Filipino Community organizations in Brunei on Friday, 25 January at the Chancery.

During the Kapihan, Chargé d’ Affaires Pete Raymond V. Delfin reminded the Filipino Community of the provisions of the Philippine Passport Law, and the corresponding penalties imposed when caught tampering or altering entries on their Philippine Passport. He also discussed the preparations for the upcoming 35th Brunei National Day Parade which will be participated in by approximately 200 members of the Filipino Community.

Kapihan sa Pasuguan is a regular forum organized by the Embassy for Filipinos in Brunei to keep them abreast of new services or programs of the Embassy as well as of current developments that affect them. END