Laguna Vice Gov. Karen Agapay starts her term giving out jobs and legal advice
Reelected Laguna Vice Gov. Karen Agapay hit the ground running when she began her fresh term.
On her first day, Agapay welcomed job applicants to her office, as well as people seeking free legal assistance.
Agapay, in a Facebook post, said her office was able to provide free legal assistance to more than 84,000 Laguna residents in her last term.
Most of them sought affidavits for late registration of births, clerical errors, marriage licenses, notary services for scholars, and documents for public vehicles, she said.
And now that she’s continuing these services, we can say it’s a good start for her new term!
“July 1, 2019: Unang araw ng ating panibagong termino bilang Bise Gobernador ng Laguna, puno ang opisina ng mga Job Applicants at mga beneficiaries ng Free Legal Assistance na muli natin ipinagkakaloob mula Lunes hanggang Biyernes 😊💕🇵🇭
As of June 30, umaabot na sa 84,279 Lagunenses ang nabibiyayaan natin ng Free Legal Assistance sa buong Laguna. Karamihan ay affidavits para sa Late Registration of Births, Clerical Errors, Marriage Licenses, notary para sa scholars, at mga dokumento ng mga pampublikong sasakyan (TODA at JODA) at non-government organizations,” Agapay posted.
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