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SSS visiting team to provide services in San Francisco



SAN FRANCISCO—The Philippine Consulate General invites all interested Filipinos, including non-SSS members, to a briefing with a visiting team from the Philippine Social Security System (SSS).

The briefing will be on the ground floor of the Philippine Consulate, 447 Sutter Street, on Saturday, October 12 2013, and will start at 3:30 p.m.

A team of officers from the SSS head office in Manila will be present to conduct the briefing and offer on-site services such as registration of new members, reactivation of existing memberships, enrollment in new services, record verification and amendment of member data.

Those who are interested to avail themselves of these services are encouraged to review the flyer for the list of requirements for each service.

To facilitate verification of records during the onsite service, SSS members are encouraged to email their full names, birthday and Philippine SSS numbers in advance to roldanrv@sss.gov.ph (Subject Line: SAN FRANCISCO ONSITE) so that their records may be pre-downloaded and reviewed before the team arrives in San Francisco.

Queries regarding the upcoming SSS Briefing may be directed to Ms. Dianne Sarmago by phone at (415) 433 6666 ext. 313, or via email to cultural@philippinessanfrancisco.org or info@philippinessanfrancisco.org.


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Tags: California , enrollment , reactivation , registration , San Francisco , social security , Social Security System , SSS , verification

  • drgrsr

    a team of officers from SSS head office manila???
    put###########, hindi ba kaya ng isang officer na lang?
    ganyan ba kabobo mga officer ng SSS, kailangan isang team pa sila para mag-paliwanag?
    i-consider mo pa na ilan lang naman ang interesado.
    ano ba sasabihin nila na hindi malalaman sa website nila?

  • disqus_ZrxaGjUzMQ

    what about LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA ?? WHEN IS pHIL SSS DROP BY LOS ANGELES ?

  • Mona

    yan agency na yan dapat ma audit din ng totohanan yan…. ang dami nagrereklamo na hindi nareremit ang kontribusyon, hindi nareremit o nakre kredit ang bayad sa utang, hindi maka claim ng benefits dahil kulang ang papeles dahil hindi nilalathala ang malinaw na requirements at mga regulasyon, napaka dami pang mga reklamo…. sasabihin pumunta o sumulat ang nagrereklamo sa opisina nila pero kahit pumunta papabalik balikin lang hanggang maubusan ng pamasahe at wala pa din nangyari… kung talagang maayos ang patakaran nila, dapat wala ang napakahabang pila sa mga opisina nila…. tapos sagana sila sa bonus…

  • 1pinoyDinAko

    Hay naku, palpak ang electronic system nila. Nagbayad ka na hindi pa nila i-update and system nila, kapag nawala mo na resibo mo, good bye sa mga binayaran mo.

  • kismaytami

    LOL! Kung yung mga claims nga dito sa Pilipinas, taon ang binibilang ng miyembro bago makuha. Diyan pa kaya sa US? Mabilis lang sa singilan at pagpapautang itong SSS, pero sa claims ng mga miyembro, talo pa ang pagong.

  • ben cruz

    Junket. Sino naman sa U. S. ang gusto magmyembro na sss pinas. Walang alam gobyerno natin kung hindi gumastos at magnakaw mg pera ng bayan.



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