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Sep
26
2014

Is This True? Mental Disabilty, A Cause for Deportation?

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How would you feel if you were to be deported back to your home country for the main reason that you have a child with mental disorder? And that this child of yours is deemed to be a financial burden to the taxpayers?? Absurd and inhumane, right?

This is what a Filipina nurse in Australia faces when her application for a skilled worker visa was denied because of his son’s autism.

Maria Cecilia Sevilla, a Filipina nurse, now faces deportation in Australia with her son Tyrone, who was diagnosed with autism, six months after they migrated to Australia back in 2007.

 

Filipina Nurse Cecilia Sevilla and son Tyrone

Filipina Nurse Cecilia Sevilla and son Tyrone. Image from Change.org

 

The Filipina nurse and her nine-year-old son Tyrone will be extradited back to the Philippines when her application for skilled worker visa was denied just because his son “did not meet the health requirement”.

So, the Filipina nurse created an online petition on Change.org where she hopes to reach the minister asking to let them stay in Australia. The Filipina nurse stated in her petition that her son’s “personal security, human and child rights, and dignity will be at stake” when sent back to the Philippines because there is no relative to take care of him.
Filipina nurse Sevilla said that all her sacrifices “could all be taken away because the government thinks that children with autism are going to be more of a cost to Australian society than a benefit”, which according to her is not true.

The Filipina nurse also emphasizes that she’s been working for years and this makes her a taxpayer in Australia, too.

 

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May
29
2014

Skilled Jobs in NZ & UK, Be Interviewed This June

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greenfields

Greenfields International Manpower Services , Inc. is looking for skilled Filipinos and licensed Filipino nurses who are interested to work in New Zealand or United Kingdom as one of the following:

NEW ZEALAND
Rough Carpenters
Drain Layers / Plumbers
Wood Working Machinists
Concrete Placer
Petrol/Diesel Automotive Mechanics
Plasterers (Exterior/Interior)
Building Painters
Drainage Technicians
Aluminum Fabricators / Glaziers
Brick / Block Layer Workers

UNITED KINGDOM
Medical / Surgical Nurses
NICU Nurses
Oncology Nurses

Click the name of the job you prefer to send your resume. These jobs are available for an employer’s interview on June 9 and 10, 2014.

About the Greenfields International Manpower Services , Inc.
POEA-065-LB-0405811-R
Main Branch ARC Bldg. 1916 Leon Guinto St., Malate, Manila
Tel No.: (632) 393-9343 / 393-9608
Email: greenfieldsuk@gmail.com

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Feb
21
2014

Healthcare Job Openings Without Placement Fee

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Do you have the passion to take care of people? WorkAbroad.ph, the Philippines’ leading overseas jobs provider has posted job vacancies from POEA-licensed agencies for caregivers and professionals with medical background.

For Qatar Deployment

Nanny for Special Child 

Private Midwife

For Bahrain Deployment

Female Private Nurses

Ob-Gyne-Consultant

For Saudi Arabia
Male  Private Nurses

These jobs requires no placement fee. Click the job position you prefer to be able to see the requirements and send an application.

 

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Feb
18
2014

RN with HAAD License? Check This Out

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Sacred Heart International Services is looking for 100 Filipino Registered Nurses with valid HAAD License.

Interested applicants may get the chance to be interviewed by the employer on February 22nd and be deployed in United Arab Emirates.

Qualified applicants will be assigned in polyclinic or medical centers in UAE.

Interested? See how you can take this opportunity and become one of the 100 chosen nurses by clicking here.

Not your line of job? See what else Sacred Heart International Services has in store for you.

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Jan
27
2014

POEA-GPB Job Vacancy in Saudi Arabia for Pinoy Nurses

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The Ministry of Health (MOH), Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz, Riyadh is in urgent need of qualified applicants for 100 Nurses (Burn Unit, X-ray Dept., and O.R. Nurses).

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Not more than 40 years old
  • BS Graduate
  • With Board License or Non-board but Prometric Exam Passer
  • Or with valid Saudi Council Certification
  • Minimum of 4 years experience

Qualified Applicants should register online at www.poea.gov.ph or www.eregister.poea.gov.ph and personally submit the following documents (fastened in a folder) under the heading “ MOH- Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz, Riyadh RSF NO. 140004” at the manpower Registry Division, Window T, Ground Floor, Blas F. Ople Bldg. (formerly POEA Bldg.), Ortigas Avenue corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City:

  • Detailed résumé with job description
  • School credentials (authenticated by DFA and/ or CHED or notarized, whichever is applicable)
  • Employment certificates
  • Passport copy
  • Two (2) pieces 2×2 recent picture

Applicants are required to present their original documents for authentication of written information before forwarding the résumé to the employer.

Deadline of submission is on: January 29, 2014

Source: POEA

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