Paki-Ayos: A New Service for Filipinos in Canada

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  • Paki-Ayos Services Inc. will do errands for you in the Philippines

    Do you need something done in the Philippines, but air fare, accommodations, and pasalubong cost too much for you to go back home?
    A new service, Paki-Ayos, is here to help. Forget about going on a very expensive trip. Folks in Paki-Ayos will do errands on your behalf in the Philippines while you stay in Canada.

    Why start Paki-Ayos?

    The phrase “Paki-Ayos” (roughly translated to “please fix it”) is a Philippine custom, which means a personal request for a favour. Often, this request is granted willingly, without any expected compensation. The implied understanding is that the one giving the favour will one day be in need for help and will also be accommodated.
    Filipinos overseas are busy earning a living to provide for family and loved ones back in the Philippines. We are familiar with stories of people sending money back home to buy something or to fix something, but sometimes the money sent will end up being used for another purpose.

    For example, money sent for payment for real property tax or to fix the roof ends up in the hands of relatives who use it for alcohol, gambling, or something else. Stories like this are more common than we think.

    This is the inspiration behind why Danilo C. Barrozo started Paki-Ayos. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the Philippines and migrated to Canada in 2013. He saw the struggles of Filipinos and wants to help. The company wants to give peace of mind and joy for Filipinos in Canada knowing that the money they sent will be used for the exact intended purpose. Now, you do not need to go back in the Philippines for errands or to personally supervise things you want to get done. You can just work with Paki-Ayos.

    What type of work can Paki-Ayos handle?

    Processing of Documents with the Philippine Government and Private Offices in the Philippines
    If you need to secure specific official documents from any Philippine government agencies or private offices, Paki-Ayos can do that for you. Moreover, they can handle fixing issues with documents as well. They have worked with government agencies such as the National Statistics Office (NSO), Registry of Deeds / Land Registration Authority, Social Security System (SSS), Bureau of International Review (BIR), National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), among other agencies.

    Consultation and Services of Professionals in the Philippines

    If you need help from professionals located in the Philippines, Paki-Ayos has a network ready to help. Lawyers can handle legal cases, accountants who can review financial records, engineers and architects who can build your dream house or supervise its construction, even doctors who can check on your family back home. All this and more are available for you with the help of Paki-Ayos.

    Reuniting with Loved Ones from the Philippines
    Lastly, Paki-Ayos can also help bring your family or relatives to Canada from the Philippines. You can consult with their immigration consultant, a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) to see what the best path is forward in reuniting with your loved ones.

    How to access Paki-Ayos services?

    If you are interested in Paki-Ayos services, check out www.paki-ayos.com and complete the interest form. You can also send an email to support@paki-ayos.com and provide information on your situation so staff members can advise you on your next steps and how they can help.

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