The Charge d’Affaires of the Venezuelan embassy to Colombia, Eduardo Battistini, reported that the Colombian authorities extended the registration in the “Saber Hacer Vale” program (Knowing how to is worthwhile) .
“This November 12th and 13th, at the headquarters of the ‘Alberto Merani’ Technological Foundation in Bogotá, from 8 AM in the morning to 4 PM in the afternoon, with the immigration card or any document such as the Labor PEP, PEP or PEPFF, you will be able to register in person,” revealed Mr. Battistini in a video posted on his social network accounts.
The Venezuelan diplomat added that on Tuesday, November 16th, in coordination with the labor Ministry and the Venezuelan Embassy, a ‘in person’ registration session will be held in Bogotá.
“Those who are in the rest of Colombia can do so through the page of the Colombian Ministry of Labor,” he concluded.
The purpose of the “Saber Hacer Vale” program is to allow migrants to certify any trade or job they have done in Venezuela.