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Sunday, March 5, 2017

Anong Maipapayo Mo Sa Mga First Time Magiging OFW?



Kung ikaw at hihingan ng advise nang first time na magiging OFW, anong maipapayo mo?

Narito ang ilan sa kanilang mga sagot:

Baldapan Jhean: Sa mga baguhan maging wise sa pagpapadala, dapat may ipon ka din sa sarili mo para pag-uwi mo may baon ka. Hindi biro ang mag-abroad.

Natalie Biolango: Be prepared your unlimited patience. Mahalin mo ang trabaho, kung gusto mong maabot ang hangarin mo sa buhay.

Clydemb Bonioa: Huwag ka magtiwala sa mga kapwa mo Filipino. Huwag kakalimutan magdasal.

Madeline Lequit Plata: Maging matataf ka sa paglaban sa homesickness. Unang-una gawing inspirasyon ang pamilya mo ng sa ganoon tumagal o magtagal ka sa trabaho bilang isang OFW.

Annaleza Greva: Huwag bumarkada sa partygoers kasi wala silang maitutulong kundi butasin lamang ang bulsa ninyo. Habang kayo ay nasa abroad mag-ipon.

Elissa Jamora: Hindi madali ang maging OFW. Ibigay mo lahat kay God na sana maging maayos ka at matapos ang inyong kontrata. Samahan mo ng maraming maraming sipag, tiyaga, at pagtitiis. Maging mabuti sa trabaho at kasamahan.

Ree Sah: Learn to say NO sa mga hinihingi ng inyong pamilya. Huwag mangungutang para lang may maibigay para sa kanila. Dapat may sarili kang bank account na hindi dapat galawin, para pag-uwi mo may ipon ka at nang di mawalang saysay ang pagtrabaho mo sa ibang bansa.

Lee Canete: 1. Alamin ang status ng agency sa POEA.
2. Alamin kung may Job Order ang Agency para sa posisyon o trabahong inaplayan. Kung legal ang proseso, ibigay sa inyong pamilya ang lahat ng detalye na dapat nilang malaman, name ng agency, address, contact person at telepono, name ng inyong magiging employer, address sa abroad, at contact info.
3. Kung ang trabahong inaplayan ay bilang kasambahay (DH, Family Driver, Cook) wala ang dapat bayarang Passport, Medical at prosessing fee ang ang dapat mong bayaran.
4. Kung ikaw ay sa Private Company mag-work ang Placement Fee mo ay dapat katumbas lamang ng isang buwang basic salary mo. Pwede mo I-request sa agency na pagawang salary deduction ng kumpanya ang placement fee mo.
5.Pagdating sa trabaho sa ibang bansa, magpakita ng kasipagan at magiging mabati sa mga employers. Kunin agad ang loob nila upang maging magaan ang pakikitungo nila saiyo.
6. Huwag ilagay sa isip ang luho gaya ng mga gadgets. Ilagay sa isip ang mga plano sa buhay para sa sarili o pamilya gaya ng pagbili ng lote o bahay, pampuhunan sa binabalak na negosyo at iba pa na pangmatagalang paglalagyan ng perang iyong pinaghirapan.
7. Huwag basta basta magbibitaw ng pera sa mga kamag-anak para huwag sila magsimulang umasa saiyo. Sa simula pa lang matutung magsabi ng hindi. Liban na lamang kung emergency cases at talagang mahigpit ang pangangailangan sa pera. 70% ng mga nangungutang ng OFW ay hinsi nakakapagbayad.
8. Iwasan ang mga bagay na alam mong bawal sa bansang kinaroroonan mo. Matutung makibagay sa mga kinagisnang kaugalian o tradisyon ng mga employer ninyo.
9. Mag-ipon, Mag-ipon. Ang pagiging OFW ay hindi pangmatagalan. Walang kasiguraduhan kung hanggang saan makakaya ng ating katawan ang pagtatrabaho sa abroad. Mag-ipon habang maaga pa.
10. Kung magkaroon man ng problema sa employer, agad magsabi sa inyong pamilya na magreklamo sa inyog agency. Sabihan nila ang taga agency na kapag walang ginawang aksyon pati ang agency nila ay irereklamo nila sa POEA Ortigas at DOLE.

Rosebenser L. Serraon Para sa akin na dating ofw, ay tungkol sa babae, ay huwag nang mag abroad sa Saudi, Kuwait, dahil yang karamihan na mga arabo ay sadista at manyakis, tapos bugbogin kapa at pagminalas ay mapatay ka pang, huwag na silang paakit sa free placement at processing dahil pagdating mo doon ay kawawa ka lang at di ka pa mabigyan ng sahod. Noon talagang kapit sa patalim ang mga pinoy, pero ngayon si duterte na ang Presidente ay nkaginhawa na sa kahirapan ang mga tao, unti unti nga lang at bigyan natin ng panahon ang ating gobyerno na maayos nila ang lahat. Katulad ng sa ospital at gamot ay nakakalibre na tyo, lumapit ka lang sa lingap ay hindi ka mapahiya, tapos bago ay libre na ang college sa mga universities di ba, at marami pang mga charities dito na hindi natin alam, hopefully bago matapos ang termino ni duterte ay nakaahon na tyo sa kahirapan, syempre kahit papaano ay kailangan din natin mag trabaho locally para meron tyong makain at pamdamit di ba, God bless.

Bâe Shâng Physically & mentally ready kang mag abroad.. Hindi yung nag abroad ka dahil na inggit ka,di madali ang buhaY Ofw.. Ibat ibang lahi ang maka salamuha mo at dapat marunong kang makisama..obey the law of the country kung saan bansa ka man.kung ikaw ay pamilyado sa pinas,panindigan mo Hindi yung pagdating sa ibang bansa magiging single ka bigla.at dapat money management huwag gasto dito gastu doon kung anung uso dapat meron ka,huwag ganyan mag ipon ka dahil di pang habambuhay ang pag aabroad..

Bee Mee First dapat handa 100% ang puso at isip mo na tanggaping mag aabroad ka meaning malayo sa pamilya

2nd,hwag mag expect ng mataas na kahit anong bagay kung saang bansa ka magtratrabaho
3rd dapat alam mo at binasa kung ano ang penermahan mong papelis,research kung ano ang batas na dapat at hindi dapat ng ibang bansa,hindi basta2x mag trust sa ibang tao,maging matatag at pray always
4th,no matter what happen kunin mo ang mga contacts # na maaaring makatulong sayo anytime,like OWWA,embassy etc.
Be yourself,makinig ng mabuti...in touch w/ family and make the best time as you can.


Jocel Jose Una po, pray to have a good employer. Kalimutan muna pamandalian kng ano man un iniwan mo sa pinas for ur own good. Maging masipag sa trabaho at tapat sa employer kc kapag masipag ka at mapagkatiwalaan mamahalin ka ng employer mo. Huwag maghangad ng mga bagay na hindi iyo lalo na d mo kayang bilhin.habaan ang pasensya huwag laging iniisip ang mga taong iniwan mo sa pinas kc malulungkot ka lng.dahilan ng homesick.mag focus sa trabaho at maging matalino sa mga bagay bagay bago mo gawin.

Yam-yam Salvador Ang pag aabroad ay hindi isang simple desisyon.. Kong may pamilya ka hindi lang isang beses ka dapat mag isip subalit pa isipan ng maraming beses... Kailangan mo ng tibay ng dibdib, lakas ng loob at maraming patient kasi lahat ng attitude ng ibang tao ay makakasalamuha... Matutong mapanuri at pag aralan ang lahat... Especially sarili lang ang pagkatiwalaan... Buhay abroad... Good luck! and God bless.

Ferlita Sabas Candela Dapat bou ang pangarap at layunin mo sa isip at puso,lubos ang tiwala sa Dios. 100%; na kaalaman sa batas at mga sangunian ng OFW,if agency totoo b at license sila. background ng employer,sapat na suweldo at dapat alam ang tel. number ng consulate na bansang pupuntahan mo,number ng tulfo brothers at ng POAE,agency, at family mo. Ipaalamo sa amo mo na alam mo ang employer and employee relationship strictly work with regular salary basi sa contract. Maging matapang at matatag,you should know your human right.













Luisito Pascual kung first timer ka saan panig k man ng mundo magpunta pinaka the best siguro na alamin mabuti ang cultura ng bansa na iyong pupuntahan alamin ang mga mahigpit na ipinagbabwal sa bansa na iyong pupuntahan kapag alam mo na ang mga bawal wag mo ng subukan gawin upang makaiwas at malayo sa kapahamakan.

lagi mo alalahanin ang iyong pamilya na laging naghihintay sayong maayos na pagbabalik.

Leciram Onidnab Roma Dapat emotionally stable ka bago ka mag.abroad. Hirap kalabanin ang lungkot na malayo sa pamilya. Tatag at paniniwala sa sarili. Wag basta basta magtitiwala at laging isa.isip na hindi madali ang trabaho na iyong papasukin. Always expect the worst scenario para pag anjan ka na sa sitwasyon na yan madali mo malalagpasan.
  ©2017Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

3 BIG ISSUES THAT PROVES THE POWER OF OFWS and SOCIAL MEDIA

This 2015, there are 3 issues that proves the power of Internet, the power of OFWs and the social media tool like Twitter and Facebook in voicing out with regards to issues that directly affects the OFWs.


1. Jane Veloso

HASHTAG #SAVEMARYJANE
'The #SaveMaryJane campaign proves that even in the darkest of hours, it is worth holding on to the tiniest inch of hope because a fight to save a person's life is always a battle worth fighting for'

"More than 200,000 signatures from 127 countries are now etched on a petition that helped spare the life of a Filipina from execution in Indonesia on April 29. The petition, now the fastest growing plea on Change.org - Philippines, reached the Indonesian State Palace through social media and a social movement that persevered to save the life of Mary Jane Veloso." 
- Rappler News










2. Bukas Balikbayan Box


"President Benigno Aquino III has given instructions for the Bureau of Customs to stop the physical inspections of balikbayan boxes unless X-ray and K-9 examinations give rise to suspicions that they contain prohibited items.
The decision came after Aquino met with Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima and Bureau of Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina on Monday afternoon." 


"Earlier, OFWs took to social media to criticize the BOC's more stringent implementation of the balikbayan box inspections." 



PEBA STATS FOR A WEEK! SIMULA NG UMPISAHAN NATIN ANG PAGTUTOL SA PLANO NG BOC NA BUKAS BALIKBAYAN BOX.BUONG OFW AY TUTOL...
Posted by PEBA, Inc. on Sunday, August 23, 2015
3. Tanim-Laglag Bala

style="background-color: white; color: #4c4c4c; line-height: 27px;">"The arrest of a 56-year-old OFW for allegedly carrying a bullet on her way to Hong Kong triggers public outrage against Manila airport authorities.
The most recent incident that caused outrage on social media involved a 56-year-old overseas Filipino worker (OFW) named Gloria Ortinez. She was arrested and prevented from leaving the country for Hong Kong after authorities at NAIA 2 claimed to have found a bullet wrapped in red cloth inside her bag. Ortinez has denied that the bullet was hers. Ortinez also said that she would never bring the bullet with her as she was well aware of Hong Kong's strict security laws.The arrest triggered public outrage, and netizens were quick to react on social media." - Rappler News



Kung sakali at mabiktima kayo ng laglag bala,ganito po ang gagawin ninyo:1. Kapag pinabuksan ang bagahe, huwag pumayag....
Posted by PEBA, Inc. on Wednesday, October 28, 2015


©2015 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Filipina OFW Tried to Abort Baby, Caught in Dubai Airport







Dubai International Airport’s paramedic teams rushed the 30-year-old Filipina maid, J.B., to hospital after she collapsed in pain and bled profusely due to the illegal abortion she attempted shortly before boarding a plane for her country in January.


Prosecutors charged the Filipina with having unmarried sex with her countryman, J., who left the UAE a few months back, and trying to get rid of the foetus after taking banned abortion pills.


J.B. entered a guilty plea and confessed that she tried to carry out the abortion herself when she appeared before the Dubai Court of First Instance on Sunday.


“Yes, I had consensual sex with J., who impregnated me. I also took abortion pills,” the Filipina told presiding judge Fahd Al Shamsi.


“We had sex several times. On the day of the incident, I went to the airport with my sponsor who had cancelled my residency and wanted me to go back home. A week before I collapsed at the airpor

;">Read the whole story at GulfNews

http://m.gulfnews.com/news/uae/maid-accused-of-attempted-abortion-1.1490519
©2015 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Good News OFWS: Philhealth and Pag-ibig not MANDATORY ANYMORE!



This is good news to all OFWs. 

We sent an email inquiry to POEA confirming this matter and here is the reply:




PEBA: "Pag kukuha po ba kami ng OEC ngayon starting April 1, MANDATORY pa rin po ba na hahanapan o pababayarin kami ng PHILHEALTH and PAG-IBIG or pwede na makakuha ng OEC lang without paying ng mga ito?"


POEA:  "Yes we are no longer requiring Philhealth and Pag-Ibig contribution payments in the process of securing OECs. The OWWA contribution, however, will still have to be paid."






So it means those who wants to pay only OEC and OWWA will only pay around P1,000 - P1300 in order to SECURE OEC o Balik Manggagawa Certificate


***********

From Philhealth

Starting April 1, vacationing and
re-hired overseas Filipino workers will have to pay their premium contributions
to the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) separately from
their payments to the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) for
their Overseas Employment Certificates (OECs).

This development is in line with the
decision of the POEA to implement a single collection policy starting on the
same date. The POEA will only be collecting fees for OEC and no longer for
PhilHealth and Pag-IBIG Fund.
image by R. Llanda


The collection counters of
PhilHealth and other government agencies, however, will be retained at POEA in
Mandaluyong City and in the one-stop shops of POEA nationwide.
“We call on our OFW-members to pay
their PhilHealth premium contributions first before going to the POEA for their
OECs. This will secure their social health insurance coverage, as well as that
of their legal dependents, for their peace of mind,”
 
said PhilHealth President and CEO Alexander A. Padilla.







Padilla added that “OFW-members may still pay
their premium contributions at the designated PhilHealth counters at the
Balik-Manggagawa Center at the POEA in Mandaluyong City, as well as through any
of the 27 accredited collecting partners that we have earlier authorized for
local collection from OFW-members. They may also pay at our Local Health
Insurance Offices nationwide.”

Overseas Filipinos pay P2,400.00
annually for their premium contribution to PhilHealth. The amount includes
coverage for all qualified legal dependents of a migrant worker such as legal
spouse who is not a PhilHealth member; legitimate and illegitimate children
below 21 years old, unmarried and unemployed; and parents who are below 60
years old but are suffering from permanent disability which renders them
totally dependent on the member for support.
Parents who are 60 years old and
above and are not yet PhilHealth members may enrol under the Senior Citizen
category.

PhilHealth pays for overseas
hospitalization of migrant workers, as well as for the confinement of their
legal dependents in the Philippines, through a reimbursement mechanism. Migrant
workers have 180 calendar days from the date of discharge to file their claim
documents through any of PhilHealth’s 17 Regional Offices in the Philippines. All
refunds are paid for in Philippine peso equivalent. (END)


PAYMENT OF PREMIUM CONTRIBUTIONS
OF MIGRANT WORKERS 
EFFECTIVE
APRIL 1, 2015 

Starting April 1, vacationing OFWs or balik-manggagawa returning to their
destinations overseas, must proceed to the PhilHealth counters at the POEA
in Ortigas EDSA, Mandaluyong City to pay their premium contributions. 

Upon recent advice by the POEA, payments for Overseas Employment
Certificates (OECs) will no longer include PhilHealth premium contributions.
To avoid the long queue, OFWs should pay their PhilHealth premiums first
before going to POEA to get their OECs.
Premium payments may be made at designated PhilHealth Counters at
the Balik-Manggagawa Center, or through any of our accredited collecting
partners nationwide. 



The list of ACAs authorized to collect OFW premium
contributions can be found on www.philhealth.gov.ph/advisories/2014/
adv12-03-2014.pdf.
Further inquiries regarding this matter may be referred to the Overseas
Filipinos Program Office at (+63917) 5129149, (+632) 441-7444 ext. 7416
or through ofp@philhealth.gov.ph. 

Philhealth President





©2014 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Filipina In Abu Dhabi Caught Trying To Rob A Money Exchange?



 
video courtesy of Abu Dhabi Police 

According to several reports, a Filipina expatriate in Abu Dhabi  has disguised herself last Thursday,  by wearing an abaya and tarha while carrying a plastic gun as she tried to rob a money exchange. 



Policemen said, they were able to take the 33 year old woman into custody after one of the employees alerted them. The CCTV footage showed that she threatened the employees with the concealed weapon, which was later found out to be a plastic gun. 



The woman said that she did it in order to pay her debt amounting to Dh 140,000. 

Abu Dhabi police bust attempted robbery at money exchange.




Watching through the video though no face has been shown, we doubt that a Filipino has done this or will do this. We asked the Philippine embassy or the consulate to look into this matter and issue a statement if necessary.

©2015 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Monday, December 8, 2014

Directory - Philippine Overseas Labor Offices




The following are the POLO directories from different major cities in Asia, Middle East, and Europe from POEA and DOLE sites. Changes may occur. Please verify. 


Directory - Philippine Overseas Labor Offices


POLO Abu Dhabi
Philippine Embassy, Villa # 8, St. No. 8, Sector 94, Zone 2, Al Bateen, Abu Dhabi, UAE
(9712) 639-0024(DL) / 658-2889 / 639-0023
Key Officials
Details
Ophelia N. Almenario
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (9712) 639-0024 (DL) / 658-2889 / 639-0023
Fax No: (9712) 639-0025
Delia S. Palomar
Labor Attaché I
Tel No:
Fax No:


POLO Alkhobar
Philippine Overseas Labor Office, P.O. Box 94366, Riyadh 11693, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
(9663)894-1846 / 894-2890, (9665) 01269742 (hotline)
Key Officials
Details
Alejandro A. Padaen
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (9663) 894-1846 / 894-2890/ (9665) 01269742 (hotline)
Fax No: (9663) 899-5714


POLO Bahrain
Philippine Embassy, Villa 939 Road 3220, Blk 334, Mahooz Area, Kingdom of Bahrain
(973)177-40951 / 177-21234 / 177-40139 / 177-40751
Key Officials
Details
Felixberta N. Romero
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (973) 177-40951 / 177-21234; 177-40751 / 177-40139
Fax No: (973) 177-40829


POLO Brunei Darrusalam
Philippine Embassy, Simpang 336, Diplomatic Enclave, Kampung Kianggeh Jalan Kebangsaan, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
(6732) 237-052 (DL) / 236-981 Hotline: 874-1972 / 883-0933
Key Officials
Details
Aurea Estrada
OIC, Welfare Officer
Tel No: (6732) 237-052 (DL); (6732) 236-981
Fax No: (6732) 236-980




POLO Dubai
Philippine Overseas Labor Office, Beirut Street No. 35A Al Qusais 3, Community 234, , Dubai UAE
(9714) 220-7011 / 265-9974
Key Officials
Details
Delmer R. Cruz
Labor Attache II
Ma. Corazon Venus N. Abad
Labor Attache I
Tel No: (9714) 220-7011 / 265-9974
Fax No: (9714) 220-7277 / 220-7400 (OWWA)


POLO Geneva
Philippine Mission to the United Nations, 47 Avenue Blanc 1202 Geneva, Switzerland
(4122) 716-1930
Key Officials
Details
Ma. Celeste M. Valderrama
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (4122) 716-1930
Fax No: (4122) 738-7513


POLO Greece
Philippine Embassy, 158 Sevastoupoleus St., Ambelokipi, Athens, Greece
Telefax (30210) 698-3335
Key Officials
Details
Leonor Mabagal
OIC, Welfare Officer
Tel No: Telefax (30210) 698-3335 / 698-32165


POLO HongKong
Philippine Consulate General, 14/F United Center, 95 Queensway, Admiralty, Hongkong
(852) 2823-8567
Key Officials
Details
Ma. Nena G. German
Labor Attache I
Tel No: (852) 2866-4882; (852) 2866-7081
Fax No: (852) 2861-3521
Henry P. Tianero
Labor Attache I
Tel No:
Fax No:


POLO Jeddah
Philippine Consulate General, Umm Al Qurah Street, Al Rehab District 3, P.O. Box 16254, Jeddah 21464
(9662) 676-3966
Key Officials
Details
Jainal T. Rasul, Jr.
Labor Attache II
Olivia B. Macawili
Labor Attache I
Rosario S. Mangahas
Labor Attache I
Jaybee John Vincent V. Baginda
Labor Attache I
Tel No: (9723) 544-4531 / 601-0517 / 601-0521
Fax No: (9723)544-4580 / 602-2496 (OWWA)


POLO Jordan
Philippine Overseas Labor Office, No.6, Al Thiyabat Street, TLA Al-Ali, Amman, Jordan
(9626) 535-0169 / 535-0293
Key Officials
Details
Florenda L. Herrera
Labor Attache II
Myrna C. Rosario
Labor Attache I
Tel No: (9626) 535-0169 / 535-0293
Fax No: (9626) 535-0293


POLO Kaohshiung
MECO Labor Center, 9F-2 No. 80 Grand 50 Tower, Mintzu First Road, San Min District, Kaohsuing City, Taiwan
(8867)398-2475 / 398-7078
Key Officials
Details
Aniceta G. Duena
OIC, Welfare Officer
Tel No: (8867) 398-2475 / 398-7078
Fax No: (8867) 398-0541


POLO Korea
Philippine Embassy, No. 5-1 Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
(822)3785-3634 / 35
Key Officials
Details
Felicitas Q. Bay
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (822) 3785-3634 / 35
Fax No: (822) 3785-3624

POLO Kuala Lumpur
Philippine Embassy, No. 1 Changkat Kia Peng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
(603) 2145-9485 / 2142-5299 / 2143-3361
Key Officials
Details
Elizabeth Marie R. Estrada
Labor Attache II
Nelia A. Olivera
Labor Attache I
Tel No: (603) 2145-9485 / 2142-5299 / 2143-3361
Fax No: (603) 2143-3051

POLO Kuwait
Philippine Embassy, Block 7, St 103 Villa No 44, Jabriya, P.O. Box 26288, Code 13123, State of Kuwait
(965) 2532-5162 (DL) / 5167 / 5164 / 2534-2109 / 2534-6507 / 2534-6508
Key Officials
Details
Cesar L. Chavez, Jr.
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (965) 2532-5162 (DL) / 5167 / 5164
Fax No: (965) 25345469
Florencia P. Ardivilla
Labor Attache I
Angelita S. Narvaez
Labor Attache I
Lily Pearl L. Guerrero
Labor Attache I
Tel No:
Fax No:

POLO Lebanon
Philippine Embassy, 1/F and 2/F Building No. 29, Plot 511, Charles Malek Avenue, Ashrafieh Beirut, Lebanon
(9611) 204-328
Key Officials
Details
Bulyok S. Nilong
Labor Attache II
Irma S. Valiente
Labor Attache I
Tel No: (9611) 204-328
Fax No: (9611) 204-328
Email:

POLO Libya
Philippine Embassy, Gargaresh Road, Km. 7, Hay Andalous, Tripoli, Libya
(21821) 483-7059 (FWRC/OWWA)
Key Officials
Details
Nasser S. Mustafa
Labor Attache II
Nasser B. Munder
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (21821) 483-7059 (FWRC/OWWA)
Fax No: (96311) 611-5894
Email:

POLO London
Philippine Embassy, 6 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HG
(44207) 451-1832 / 451-1833 / 839-8039
Key Officials
Details
Joan Lourdes D. Lavilla
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (44207) 451-1832 / 451-1833 / 839-8039
Fax No: (44207) 839-7345

POLO Macau (HK extension office)
Philippine Consulate General, Unit 1407, 14/F AIA Tower 251-A 301, Avenida Commercial de Macau, Macau SAR
(853) 2871-5039
Key Officials
Details
Vivian Tornea
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (853) 2871-5039
Fax No: (853) 2871-5039

POLO Madrid
Philippine Overseas Labor Office, Calle Alcala 149, 2B, 28009, Madrid, Spain
(3491) 781-8624 / 7818626 (OWWA)
Key Officials
Details
Ma. Elvira A. Ador
OIC, Welfare Officer
Tel No: (3491) 781-8624 / 7818626 (OWWA)
Fax No: (3491) 781-8625

POLO Milan
Philippine Consulate General, Via Stromboli 1, 20144 Milan, Italy
(3902) 435-11524 / 435-11529 loc 214/219
Key Officials
Details
Cynthia Lamban
OIC, Welfare Officer
Tel No: (3902) 435-11524 / 435-11529 loc 214/219
Fax No: (3902) 439-86538

POLO Oman
Philippine Embassy, P.O. Box 50420 Postal Code 115, Madeinath Qaboos, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
(96824) 605-143
Key Officials
Details
Sylvia Tolentino
OIC, Welfare Officer
Tel No: (96824) 605-143
Fax No: (96824) 605-177(POLO)/ 605-171(OWWA)


POLO Unaizah
Philippine Embassy, P.O. Box 94366, Riyadh 11693, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Key Officials
Details
Rustico SM. Dela Fuente
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (9661) 480-6593
Fax No: (9661) 480-6593

POLO Qatar
Philippine Embassy, 4040 Al-Wahda St., West Bay, Doha, State of Qatar
(974) 44861-220 (DL) / 44870-487 (OWWA)
Key Officials
Details
Leopoldo B. De Jesus
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (974) 44861-220 (DL) / 44870-487 (OWWA)
Fax No: (974) 44883-858 / 44870-487 (OWWA)
Violeta D. Illescas
Labor Attache I
Tel No:
Fax No:

POLO Riyadh
Philippine Embassy, P.O. Box 94366 Riyadh 11693, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
(9661)483-2201 to 03
Key Officials
Details
Rustico SM. Dela Fuente
Labor Attache II
Dominador Salanga
Labor Attache I
Firma P. Bantilan
Labor Attache I
Tel No: (9661) 483-2201 to 03
Fax No: (9661) 483-2204/483-2196

POLO Rome
Philippine Embassy, Via Delle Medaglie D'Oro, 112-114, 00136 Rome, Italy
(3906) 397-46101 / 397-51751 (OWWA) / 397-21505 (SSS)
Key Officials
Details
Viveca C. Catalig
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (3906) 397-46101 / 397-51751 (OWWA) / 397-21505 (SSS)
Fax No: (3906) 397-46101/397-40872

POLO Singapore
Philippine Embassy, 20 Nassim Road, Singapore 258395
(65) 6835-3780 / 6733-2991 / 6834-1690 / 6732-7509 (OWWA)
Key Officials
Details
Vicente M. Cabe
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (65) 6835-3780 / 6733-2991 / 6834-1690 / 6732-7509 (OWWA)
Fax No: (65) 6732-5789
Melissa C. Mendizabal
Labor Attache I
Tel No:
Fax No:

POLO Taichung
MECO Labor Center, Cathay Insurance Chung Gang Bldg., 4/F, Suite 2A, Min Chuan Road cor. Taichung Gang Road, Taichung City, Taiwan
(88642)302-9089 / 302-9093 (OWWA)
Key Officials
Details
Aniceta G. Deuna
OIC, Welfare Office
Tel No: (88642) 302-9089 / 302-9093 (OWWA)
Fax No: (88642) 302-9091 / 302-9095 (OWWA)

POLO Taipei
MECO Labor Center 11F, 176 Chang Chun Road, Chung Shan District,10479 Taipei City, Taiwan
(8862)250-79803 to 04 / 250-79812
Key Officials
Details
Llewelyn D. Perez
Labor Attache 
Tel No: (8862) 250-79803 / 04 / 250-79812
Fax No: (8862) 250-79805

POLO Tokyo
Philippine Embassy, 1-15-5 Roppongi Minato-Ku, Tokyo,Japan
(813) 5562-1573 / 5562-1574 / 5562-1600 (OWWA)
Key Officials
Details
Clifford A. Paragua
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (813) 5562-1574 / 1600 / 1573(OWWA)
Fax No: (813) 5545-3447

POLO Washington D.C.
Philippine Embassy, 1600 Massachusetts Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036
(1202) 467-9425 to 26 (DL)
Key Officials
Details
Angel L. Borja, Jr.
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (1202) 467-9425 to 26 (DL)
Fax No: (1202) 887-5830

POLO Australia
Philippine Embassy, No. 1 Moonah Place, Yarralumla, ACT 2600, Australia
(612)6273-8882
Key Officials
Details
Rodolfo M. Sabulao
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (612) 6273-8882
Fax No: (612) 62733984

POLO Syria
Philippine Embassy, 56 Hamze IBM Abdul Mutaleb Street, West Mezzeh, Damascus, Syria
(96311) 612-5138 / 613-2626
Key Officials
Details
Julian Vasquez
OWWA Administrative Staff
Tel No: (96311) 612-5138 / 613-2626
Fax No: (96311) 611-5894

POLO Toronto
Philippine Consulate General, 161 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 801, Toronto, Ontario M4P 1J5 Canada
(1416) 975-8252
Key Officials
Details
Leonida V. Romulo
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (1416) 975-8252
Fax No: (1416) 975-8277

POLO Vancouver
Philippine Consulate General, Philippine Overseas Labor Office, 410-675 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6B 1N2
(1604) 682-5770
Key Officials
Details
Jaime P. Gimenez
Labor Attache II
Tel No: (1604) 682-5770
Fax No: (1604) 692-0887







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