Haiti - Sevis Pam: Miami Consulate Services at Home
Written by The Consulate of Haiti in Miami | Monday, July 16, 2012 7:55 AM
MIAMI, FL, USA (defend.ht) - The Consulate of Haiti in Miami announced "Sevis Pam", a service for the Haitian community in Miami to receive consular services at home.
Saturday, July 14, 2012: The Consulate General of Haiti in Miami takes pleasure in informing the general public that home consular services, "Sevis Pam", is now well underway for families in the Haitian community in Florida.
Indeed, "Sevis Pam" one of the most prestigious services offered by the Consulate General of Haiti in Miami, has been since its launch in June, a continued success in regard to assistance given to the benefit of seniors and the disabled.
Available in various places in Miami, "North Miami, Yves Dairy Road, Kendall", "Sevis Pam" is now in great demand.
The Consul General of Haiti in Miami, Mr. Francois Guillaume II, accompanied by Vice-Consul in Charge of the Legal Section, Sonia Dubuisson, appeared in person to attend to one of the first visits in Miami to one who received the home consular service "Sevis Pam". Residents of "Miramar and Hallandale Beach" also received the visit of Consul Stephane Gilles, followed by managers of the service. Ms. Marie Judette G. Dupin, Joseph R. Athouris, and Mr. Etienne Prophet are among disabled compatriots who receive such services in the community.
Mr. Guillaume II expressed his satisfaction over the airwaves of several radio stations in Miami, on the progress of this important assistance to the Haitian community. He also focused on the fact that no extra cost has been required to access this special service at home, which involved the control of the Consulate to establish a close relationship with the Haitian community, in accordance the wishes repeatedly expressed by the President of the Republic, His Excellency Mr. Michel Joseph Martelly, and Prime Minister, His Excellency Laurent Lamothe, to provide public services to Haitians both in Haiti and the diaspora, and mainly the most vulnerable.
Counting on the participation of each of his fellow Miami, the Consul General to press to extend the program throughout the State of Florida to provide quality service and indispensable to its community.
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