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Monday, June 3, 2013

Hubby's Annual Fee

I can't believe it's been more than 2 weeks since I posted here. Time flies so fast. I don't have a lot of things to post anyway. A couple of weeks ago, we went to the immigration office in Dagupan to pay hubby's annual fee for staying here in my homeland. He got his permanent resident visa but he is required to pay the annual fee each year. Hubby usually pay 300 pesos but this time, he was charged 900 pesos. I asked why and the clerk said hubby have to pay the penalty because he should have paid on the first month of the year. They charge 200 pesos penalty each month for late payment so that explains the jack up of the price. Now we know so we would be up to date in paying next time. They didn't tell hubby about it before. For the past 2 years, hubby had been up to date in paying but due to our busyness in our house renovation early this year, we kept forgetting about it.

We had to wait on the chief officer to sign the papers until it was already lunch time and he was not yet around. A lot of people were there waiting also. The clerk told us that his chief officer was on field and he said he was already on his way to the office. Well we can't wait that long no more because our bellies were growling already. My niece Vernice, Dominica and my youngest brother who drove for us were outside waiting on us. So we decided to leave and just go back later.

Off we went to CSI Mall in Lucao and ate lunch at Shakey's. It's one of my hubby's favorite restaurants. It was jampacked there but we managed to get a table for the five of us. We ordered and ate to heart's delight.



After we ate and paid the bill, we went to buy groceries and school supplies for Dominica. It took us a while to buy all the things we need and when we were done it was already past 3PM. We went back to the immigration and got hubby's receipt of payment. The chief officer was already there and handed hubby's OR. Then we drove back home.


lisa

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