It’s FRIDAY! FRIDAY! FRIDAY!
tomorrow is Saturday and that means… It’s LAZY DAY again!
Anyway, sorry about that, let’s move on to my blog. For today, I’ll tell you where you can get their papers.
As I kept saying from these past posts, Their documents (APPLICATION FORM, PRO-FORMA AFFIDAVIT FORM, FAQs etc) are downloadable at hrvclaimsboard.gov.ph or you can get a copy at their main office at UP-ISSI Rm. 101 E. Jacinto St. Virata Hall, UP Diliman Quezon City.
From what I’ve heard, Commission on Human Rights is also distributing them and some volunteer organizations.
AND here’s another reminder that their documents are FREE!
By the way, the BLOG LIST for their CARAVAN is UPDATED. You can check out where they will go HERE.
And call for the one’s whose area is close to LUCENA. HRVCB or the HUMAN RIGHTS VICTIMS CLAIMS BOARD will be there NEXT MONDAY, June 16 and 17 at Bulwagang Kalilayan Provincial Capitol Compound Quezon Ave., Lucena City.
Don’t forget to bring in your ORIGINAL documents along with a PHOTOCOPY of your documents. Your affidavits should be NOTARIZED already for FASTER processing. And note that the board will only need ONE COPY of your AFFIDAVIT so if you are planning to have it notarized, only prepare one copy for them.
They’ve had reports of a FIXER that gives out copies of TORTURE CLAIM from HAWAII for a promise of 10% of how much they’ll get from the board once they’ve claimed. I’m telling you now, DON’T BELIEVE FIXERS! IF THEY’RE NOT FROM HRVCB, THEY CANNOT HELP YOU!
ADDITIONAL NOTES FROM HRVCB:
1. The documents that you would submit would temporarily stay at the care of HRVCB at the time of processing and would later be permanently transferred to a memorial, museum or library. If you want to keep your original documents, you can submit the certified copy of this. You can certify it on site with the Officer of the Day.
2. Direct or Indirect commission of fraud or any other collusion, falsification, misrepresentations of facts, or any other kind of anomaly in the accomplishment of this form, or in obtaining any benefit under this application shall be subject to CRIMINAL ACTION punishable by 8-10 years imprisonment and other accessory penalties as provided for under Republic Act No. 10368, Sec. 25.
IF YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HRVCB, THIS IS THE LINK TO THEIR WEBSITE.