Where to register (from the Philippine Consulate website):
• At the Philippine Consulate General, 556 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
10036, Monday-Friday, 9AM-5PM (except holidays)
• During the Sunday Consular Service
30 August 2009 at the Philippine Consulate General New York
10am to 3pm – open for all services
• At the Consular Outreach Services, 10am-3pm:
18 Jul 2009, Saturday - NaFFAA Region I and PAMANA –West Roxbury, MA; Finn
Hall, Holy Name Church, 1689 Centre St, West Roxbury, MA
25 Jul 2009, Saturday - Philippine American Association of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA;
Schenley Park, Vietnam Veterans Pavilion, Oakland/ Squirrel Hill 15213
8 Aug 2009, Saturday – Fil-Am Friendship Society of New Hampshire – Manchester,
NH; Comfort Inn, 298 Queen City Ave., Manchester, NH 03102
15 Aug 2009, Saturday - Philippine Association of Connecticut Inc. (PACI) –
Newington, CT; VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) Post 9836, 85 Kitts Lane Newington,
From the Asian American Federation of New York Census Information Center:
In 2000, the New York metropolitan area had the fourth-largest Filipino American population in a U.S. metropolitan region.3 Approximately 65 percent of Filipino Americans in New York State lived in New York City. Filipinos also were the fourth-largest Asian American ethnic group in New York City, constituting 7 percent of the city’s Asian population.4 From 1990 to 2000, the Filipino population in New York City increased by 44 percent, from 43,229 to 62,058. That growth was far greater than the city’s overall 9 percent population rise but lower than the 71 percent expansion of the city’s total Asian population. In raw numbers, the addition of 18,829 Filipino New Yorkers represented the sixth-largest population increase among Asian groups in the city in the last decade.5 Within New York City, in 2000, the majority (54 percent, or 33,225) of Filipinos lived in Queens, followed by Manhattan (16 percent, or 10,223); Brooklyn (13 percent, or 7,918); the Bronx (9 percent, or 5,446); and Staten Island (8 percent, or 5,246).
Di ko pa na-reacquire ang Pinoy citizenship. I just hope na mas mag-mature na ang mga Pinoy politically when selecting the next President.
can you just go anytime during the weekday to register?
Sana nga, Nomadic.
Pinay, I think you can register anytime during the weekday office hours to register.
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