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One of the many steps to get an OEC is for the Japanese company/employer to sign and agree with POLO's POEA Standard Employment Contract. My employer/company,
Guiding overseas filipino workers or OFWs and Filipino immigrants, linking them overseas and sharing their stories and challenges in search of a better life away from the Philippines.
I am writing to you with request. I am looking to hire Philippine house maid and take her abroad in Sofia, Bulgaria, EU. Do you think you can help with
OWWA benefits for OFW-members, seamen or seafarers and their dependents include scholarship programs, financial assistance, health benefits and free training courses.
I was a seafarer who worked some years abroad. I read an ad about OWWA benefit that every OFW can apply. It was about a loan that OWWA can give if an
I met Overseas Filipino Workers who came here to work as domestic workers. See their reasons for coming here, how they get jobs and the problems they face.
Facts about South Korea help OFWs or Filipinos with Korean spouses adjust to their new home. Use these South Korea facts to decide whether Korea is the place for you.
This Switzerland immigration page answers questions by OFWs on working as domestic workers in the country. It will also discuss other jobs for Filipinos.
Filipinos in Geneva, Switzerland feel closer to home thanks to a Filipino store that gives a bit of almost everything Pinoy, from veggies to cell phone e-load.
Leni Robredo won the Vice-Presidency by a slim margin although the OFW absentee voting ballots favored her closest rival. Here are her plans for OFWs.
OWWA serves and protects its member-OFWs before, during and after working and living abroad. Your contribution allow you to avail of its benefits. Its hotline is open 24/7 for any issue.
This review of Ria money transfer would help OFWs in the United States decide how to send money to the Philippines in six simple steps.
Sending money to the Philippines can be a challenge for Overseas Filipino Workers or OFWs and immigrants.
Mar Roxas platform for OFWs seeks to protect you from abuse, address fair treatment and OFW-related corruption, and improve your welfare. His stand on pressing OFW concerns are compiled here.
Susan Toots Ople wants to help OFWs through her years of experience in championing their plight. Learn about what she has done and intend to do for migrant workers.
Senator Grace Poe plans to protect OFWs from abuse and unfair treatment. Know more about her platform on illegal recruitment, high placement fees, and other migrant issues.
Here I present Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago platform for presidency on OFWs. Her credentials include bills she filed for Filipinos working abroad. Find more of her plans on your issues.
Rody Duterte now tops the pre-election surveys. Does his platform address OFW concerns? Read his viewpoints on your issues here.
A national election in the Philippines allows OFWs and Overseas Filipinos to choose leaders every three years through absentee voting. Will you vote for change?
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