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Sunday, August 31, 2014

BALIK MANGGAGAWA OEC APPLY ONLINE


According to Administrator of POEA, Hans Cacdac, 

"We are soft-launching our Balik Manggagawa (BM) Online System, which aims to streamline processing of overseas employment certificates (OECs). The idea is to provide access to an appointment facility or an OEC self-print out system at the BM's convenience.

The URL address to visit is: bmonline.poea.gov.ph ... Kindly read and follow the instructions.

Please note that some previously-issued OECs by PHL Overseas Labor Offices have still not been enrolled with the system, in which case the BM will be guided to the appointment system.

There will be a 100 PHP POEA fee and a 19.50 PHP service fee for use of the e-payment portal.

Comments and queries are welcome during this soft launch."






So we tried to log-in and follow the step by step process of applying for OEC online. You can also verify along the way if your current OEC is still valid.



FIRST CLICK THIS LINK OR GO TO http://bmonline.poea.gov.ph/

Step 1.

Register or Sign up by filling the blanks at the "NEW USER"


Step 2:

Go to your email to click the confirmation link.



Step 3:

Try to log-in using the newly confirmed account EMAIL ADDRESS and PASSWORD



Step 4:

A pop up will appear to VERIFY your current OEC number.
You can check the VALIDITY.

TO REMOVE THE POP UP

If you don't have OEC or you can't remember, click OK and ESC to escape the pop-up.

You are confirmed and you can input other data's and info's like

Passport Number
Expiration Date
Visa Number
Address
SSS Number
Philhealth Number
Pag-ibig number
Contact number
Beneficiaries
Employer Details
and hit the SAVE button





NOTE: THE COMPANY AND YOUR PROFESSION/POSITION IS AUTOMATICALLY AVAILABLE WHEN YOU INPUT THE NAME OF YOUR EMPLOYER/COMPANY


COMMENTS regarding the OEC online system:


1) VISA VALIDITY DATE is a requirement. Hindi ka makapag-input ng ibang details kasi hindi nasasave hanggat di ka nakapag-input ng VISA VALIDITY. My suggestion? Why not separate it so we, like me, who just arrive from vacation and there is no visa yet, but just wanted to register ay makapagupdate ng details ng passport, expiration, birth date and address. 


2. As Admin Hans, since I applied for OEC here abroad, my OEC Number is not yet found in the system.



PARA NAMAN PO SA BM APPOINTMENT APPLICANT ITO ANG MGA DAPAT IHANDA




Here are the documents to prepare:
For appointments applicant must prepare the following:

BMs Bound to Watchlisted Principal/Employer
1. Notarized Undertaking/Affidavit

2. Personal Letter REquest addressed to ADMINISTRATOR HANS LEO J. CACDAC

3. Photo Copy of Valid Work Visa, Passport details and Date of Arrival

4. OFW Record (6th Floor, Records Div.)

5. Watchlisted Principal/Employer Master Record, Notice Order, Copy of Complain (3rd Floor, Docket & Enforcement Div. Adjudication Office)

6. EMployment Contract/Company ID/ any Proof of Employment (if No Record Per Database)

7. Airline Ticket (If Available)
BM BOUND TO COUNTRIES W/ RESTRICTED LABOR MARKETS

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS
1. PErsonal Letter addressed to ADMINISTRATOR HANS LEO J. CACDAC

2. Valid Passport

3. Valid Work Visa/Work Permit

4. Employment Contract

5. Employment Certificate

6. Previous records of POEA (6th Floor, Records Division)

7. Proof of arrival/exit from the jobsite stamped on passport

8. Copy of E-Ticket


BM BOUND TO AFGHANISTAN

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS
1. Personal Letter addressed to ADMINISTRATOR HANS LEO J. CACDAC

2. Valid Passport (Copies of First Page and Date of Arrival)

3. Valid Work Visa/Work Permit/Transit Visa

4. Employment Contract

5. Employment Certificate

6. Letter of Authorization (LOA) / Contractors Certificate of Registration / ISAF / NATO

7. Badge/Company ID

8. Company Profile w/ International Operations

9. Payslip

10. Copy of E-Ticket
REQUIREMENTS FOR BM PROCESSING

(For OFWs bound to IRAQ)
1. Passport valid at least six (6) months from date of intended return to jobsite

2. Valid work visa or equivalent document (colored PINK)

3. Employment contract providing among others, the exact address/location of jobsite; telephone number and email address of employer.

4. Certification of employment indicating the period of employment with the company.

5. Undertaking from the employer on the following:

a. protection and safety of the worker

b. that the worker will not be deployed/assigned to identified no-go zones;

c. to report to the Philippine Embassy and/or Philippine Overseas Labor Office significant incidents affecting the employment, safety and welfare of the worker

d. immediate evacuation/repatriation of the worker as may be warranted.


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