|“Sevis Pam” brings the Consulate home|
|Thursday, 19 July 2012 14:12|
In their continued efforts to expand services for the Haitian Diaspora throughout the region, the Consulate General of Haiti in Miami's latest venture, "Sevis Pam," provids Consulate services in the comfort of your home.
Targeted for senior citizens with limited mobility and the physically disabled, the Sevis Pam program allows consulate officials to personally visit homes of those needing assistance to process common consulate services. There is also no additional cost for those requesting at-home visits through the Sevis Pam program.
The program is already operating in Miami, North Miami and Kendall, as well as Miramar and Hallandale Beach in Broward County. The consulate also confirmed plans to expand Sevis Pam throughout South Florida later this year.
Consul General Francois Guillaume II, accompanied by Vice-Consul in charge of the legal section Sonia Dubuisson, personally made a visit to the first beneficiaries of the program, which included local residents Mary G. Judette Dupin, Joseph R. Athouris, and Stephen Prophet.
The consulate reported a positive response to the program from those served. Consul General Guillaume has also expressed great satisfaction with the program, which he hopes will help the Consulate "establish a close relationship with the Haitian community."
For more information about this new service, contact the cosulate at (305) 859-8163.