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Jul
24
2014

DFA to OFWs in Libya: Go Home Now!

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The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) called out to all Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in Libya to come home immediately after Alert Level 4 was raised.

The latest events in Libya had indicated the place is no longer safe for OFWs to stay as the fight between rival militia groups escalated. Thus, they are requested to register for repatriation in the Philippine Embassy in Tripoli.

The alert level was raised once again because of the extreme security threats to Filipinos, especially in Benghazi. Other factors are the extreme political and security situation, the increasing violence and lawlessness, and the closure of major airports because of fears of the all-out civil wars.

Ever since the start of the crisis in the country, and when DFA raised Alert level 3 on May 29, they have closely monitored the security development while trying not to affect the needs of OFWs in Libya.

The department had also put up hotlines for families of OFWs in Libya where they can call for questions and concerns about the conditions of their relatives.

The Philippine Embassy in Tripoli had already reached out to OFWs in Libya, the Filipino community, and to their employer to inform them of the action made by DFA to the crisis.
The violence existing in Libya had never stopped; instead it just continues to worsen. That is why the Philippine government, thru the Department of Foreign Affairs and its Philippine Embassy in Tripoli, had started operation to repatriate OFWs because of the levelling crisis in the said country. There are an estimated 13,000 Filipinos in Libya, some who may have pass through Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok because of the no-visa requirement. Other OFWs illegally enters the Middle East through these cities.

Families and relatives of OFWs in Libya can ask them to voluntarily come back to the country rather than staying indoors of their apartments and risking their lives in the current situation of the country. OFWs are our modern heroes, but we don’t want them to make their lives at stake just because of better-paying jobs in the Middle East. Safety first, before anything else.

 
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Jul
2
2014

POEA REVOKED LICENSE OF RECRUITMENT AGENCIES

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The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), true to its words, has nullified the permission it has given to 63 recruitment agencies. This is in relation to their mission of stopping illegal recruiters from operating and taking advantage of Filipinos aspiring to work abroad.

POEA ‘cleaned’ its list of agencies by cancelling the license of recruitment agencies that have been deemed to be conducting deceitful transactions in its operation. Now, Filipinos wanting to work abroad can be sure that agencies listed in POEA are legally safe and accredited.

Here are the list of agencies whose license where cancelled. See if one of them is your agency or the agency of someone you knew so you can take the necessary actions.

  1. ABC MANILA INTERNATIONAL INC.

  2. AISIS INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER INC.
  3. AL-ABEER MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  4. AL TAKA MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  5. ALL-PRO STAFFING & CONSULTING SERVICES
  6. ALLSKILLS MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  7. ALTIMA MANPOWER AGENCY INC.
  8. ASAHI INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER CORPORATION
  9. ASEAN MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES INC.
  10. BIG DIPPER MARITIME SERVICES CORPORATION
  11. BOOM INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT AGENCY
  12. BRIGHT INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  13. C.A.A. MANPOWER AGENCY
  14. CROSSWIND INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  15. DIAMOND ROSE HUMAN RESOURCES AND SERVICES CORPORATION
  16. FMJ INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER AND ALLIED SERVICES INC.
  17. FUTURISTIC INTERNATIONAL ARTIST (FIA) PROMOTION CORPORATION
  18. GEMS 22 MANPOWER COMPANY
  19. GLOBAL JOBSEARCH SERVICES INC.
  20. GREENBACK INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER
  21. GOLDEN LIME INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  22. GOLDEN MILES PLACEMENT PROMOTION AND MANNING AGENCY COMPANY
  23. HANJAN INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INC.
  24. HELAL MANPOWER AGENCY
  25. HERBERT’S INTERNATIONAL INC.
  26. JARDY INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION AGENCY
  27. JMP POLARIS NAVIGATION INC. AND INVESTORS ASSURANCES CORPORATION
  28. KONNEXION INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER AGENCY
  29. LIFELINE INTERNATIONAL PHILIPPINES INC.
  30. MAJNAL RECRUITMENT AND PLACEMENT INC
  31. MARHABA INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES COMPANY
  32. MBC HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
  33. MCLAINE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY GROUP INC.
  34. MEDRP INTERNATIONAL PHILIPPINE INC.
  35. MHHR MANPOWER RECRUITMENT & PLACEMENT AGENCY CORPORATION
  36. MORLAND OVERSEAS MANPOWER
  37. MSS TALENT MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC.
  38. NANHAYA INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT INC.
  39. N.A.R. TRAINING CENTER & MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  40. NORTHWEST PLACEMENT INC.
  41. OFW RECRUITMENT AGENCY
  42. P & R MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  43. PHILEMPLOY SERVICES & RESOURCES INC.
  44. PHILTRADE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  45. REAJENT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  46. SAVEWAY INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  47. SILVER HORIZON INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  48. SMART INTERNATIONAL MARINE SERVICES CORP.
  49. STAFFLINE INC.
  50. ST. BERNARD INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER AGENCY
  51. STOCKHAUS INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES CORPORATION
  52. THE JOB CONNECTION INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  53. THE JOBHUNTER INC.
  54. WELLCOME EMPLOYMENT CENTRE INC.
  55. WHITE WING’S MANPOWER EXPONENT
  56. W.M.G. INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT AGENCY
  57. YES HUMAN RESOURCES INC.
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Jun
24
2014

POEA Closed Down Recruiter’s Office

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The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) recently padlocks the office of a recruitment agency which was found operating without a valid license or authority from the Admin.

 

Administrator Hans Leo J. Cacdac said Helper-In Employment Center was reported to have been recruiting domestic workers for Hong Kong and was forwarding the applicant’s papers to SBEEE International Inc., a POEA-licensed agency, for processing.

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Helper-In Employment Center is allegedly owned by the incumbet vice-president of SBEE International Inc, Lorna De Dios.

 

POEA’s Prosecution Division is filing illegal recruitment cases versus De Dios and five employees of Helper-In Employment Center, and the names of its employees and officers will be included in the list of POEA’s Persons with Derogatory Record, Cacdac said.

 

POEA Anti-illegal Recruitment Branch and Philippine National Police-MPD in Malate implemented the closure order issued by Cacdac.

 

Cacdac also said that the POEA is filing separate recruitment violation cases against SBEE International Inc.

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Jun
23
2014

SIMPLIFIED VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR PINOYS TO JAPAN

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konnichiwa5Good news for OFWs and visiting Filipinos to the Land of the Rising Sun.

The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) had announced last Tuesday the implementation of substantial relaxation of its visa requirements only for its three neighbouring South East Asian countries.

Though the details and beginning date of the news are still under consideration, MOFA said that ‘multiple-entry visa requirements will be substantially relaxed and requirements for single-entry tourism visas will be relaxed to a quasi-exemption-equivalent level when applied via specified travel agencies’. It will be applicable to the nationals of the Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia.

This steps intent to boost Japan as a tourism-oriented country with the goal of attracting 20 million foreign visitors. Contribute to growth strategies and promoting people-to-people exchange is also an objective of this measure.

Filipinos can now enjoy visiting the cherry blossom country with these new ruling of the Japanese government.

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Jun
17
2014

OFWs BANNED IN IRAQ BY POEA Except in Kurdistan Region

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With the heightening of crisis alert to level three in Iraq, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) implemented a ban for deployment of Filipino Workers.

POEA administrator Hans Leo Cacdac said that voluntary repatriation at government’s expense is strictly imposed on most parts of Iraq, but with exception to Kurdistan region because the area is under alert level 1 or the precautionary phase only.

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A large part of northern Iraq had been conquered by the Jihadist group of Islamic State of Iraq that had also advise on advancing to Baghdad. An estimated number of 500 Filipino workers are in Iraq, mostly stationed in United States military facilities in Baghdad.

The Department of Foreign Affairs or DFA had also suggested that Filipinos in Iraq voluntarily return to the Philippines because of the situation there. POEA also said that the agencies and employers of the OFWs had the same responsibility in extraditing them for their safety.

Filipino workers bound to Iraq should cancel departure for the said country. It is better to wait for further advisories or announcement from the government since they are closely monitoring the situation in Iraq.

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