Kapamilyas in Houston, Texas and in the neighboring areas will soon have the chance to get answers to their Immigration questions — live — when "Citizen Pinoy" travels to the Space City for the first time this December.

Leading immigration attorney Michael J. Gurfinkel, the producers and staff of the Filipino-American community’s most trusted immigration program Citizen Pinoy will be in Houston, Texas on Sunday, Dec. 12 (visit www.citizenpinoy.com for updates and to reserve your seats).

Now in its tenth season, "Citizen Pinoy" continues to provide vital public service to Filipinos around the country, by remaining true to its mission of being really in touch with the Filipinos — to listen to them; hear out their (immigration) concerns; and provide relevant information that the audience can find useful.

The show’s executive producer Eric Pugeda is excited about "Citizen Pinoy’s" even deeper commitment to help those with immigration issues.

“This is the first time that 'Citizen Pinoy' will be going to Texas, so this is very important to us. There is a big Filipino community in the area, and they also have their immigration questions and concerns, so 'Citizen Pinoy' would like to reach out to Filipinos in Texas,” said Pugeda.

The show’s host — leading U.S. immigration attorney Michael J. Gurfinkel — would like to encourage an open discussion and welcomes (immigration) questions from kapamilya so that he can provide ample guidance on how they can proceed or follow through on their individual issues.

So save the date on Sunday, Dec. 12 in Houston, Texas. Audience call times are at 12 noon, 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.

As a public service from the TFC and the Law Offices of Michael J. Gurfinkel seats are free, but you need to reserve now at www.citizenpinoy.com or you may call toll free 1-866-487-3465 (more updates will also be made available on the website so be sure to click and visit www.citizenpinoy.com).

Citizen Pinoy is made possible with the generous support of sponsors who are also dedicated to giving back to the Filipino community: Asian Journal — with circulation in Northern and Southern California, Nevada, and in the East Coast; and Arko Foods, the oldest existing Filipino-owned business in Southern California. Citizen Pinoy is also supported by ABS-CBN Global’s key product offerings: Star Kargo, Starry Starry Store, and Sarimanok One.

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