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Warning on use of fake medical certificates

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration has issued Advisory No. 56, Series of 2018, and warning applicants for overseas jobs against the use of fake medical certification. The POEA have received numerous reports concerning individuals roaming around the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and medical clinics accredited by the Department of Health (DOH) who offer medical certificates and Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) uploading without the need of undergoing medical examination in exchange for money. Click here to see full article>>


POEA strengthens anti-illegal recruitment campaign

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, in 2018, has stepped up the government’s campaign against illegal recruitment and trafficking in persons. It has forged partnerships with 51 local government units (LGUs) and private groups with memorandum of agreements that sought to engage their participation and commitment to protect their communities against illegal recruitment activities. Click here to see full article>>


ID for OFWs launched 

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Wednesday launched the free and permanent identification card system for millions of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), replacing the much-criticized Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) or the “exit pass.” Overseas workers are no longer required to obtain an OEC at the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) upon entering or exiting the country, as the ID of the Department of Labor and Employment (i-DOLE) will now serve as their permanent pass.   Click here to see full article>>