Our Houston office will be closed on Monday, 4th of July in observance of the Independence Day Holiday.
The Philippines celebrates July 4 as its Republic Day to commemorate that day in 1946 when it ceased to be a U.S. territory and the United States officially recognized Philippine Independence. July 4 was intentionally chosen by the United States because it corresponds to its Independence Day, and this day was observed in the Philippines as Independence Day until 1962. In 1964, the name of the July 4 holiday was changed to Republic Day. In Rwanda, July 4 is an official holiday known as Liberation Day, commemorating the end of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide in which the U.S. government also played a role. A national park in Denmark is said to hold the largest July 4 celebrations outside of the United States.
Our office will resume normal business hours on Tuesday 5th of July