OFW

Occasionally, I’m writing topics related to welfare and personal finance for OFW as my means to help them while working away from their families. I, myself, is also an OFW and I’ve learned the hardships they are going through as they work abroad. There are many problems and hardships that an OFW can encounter while working abroad. […]

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Many Filipinos these days are dreaming of working abroad because of the promise of high salary even though it means separation from their family and loved ones for a long time. I have never thought that I would work abroad, it is not my plan and dream to work in a foreign land. I grew […]

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Because I’m an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) and there are many Filipinos working abroad, I would like to take this time to make some tips and advices to them especially for new OFW. In my family, we are three OFWs, first is my father who worked in Saudi for more than 10 years and my […]

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Pag-IBIG Fund contribution will be mandatory for all OFW  leaving the Philippines starting on 01 August  2010. Before the issue of this memorandum, all documented OFWs only pay OWWA fee and Philhealth.  Below is a copy of Memorandum from POEA. Philippine Oversea Employment Administration Republic of the Philippines Department of Labor and Employment BFO Building, […]

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Filipinos residing in South Korea may now apply for the Philippine electronic passports, or e-passports, at the Philippine Embassy in Seoul effective 01 August 2010. The ePassport is a highly secured and enhanced Machine Readable Passport. The ePassport system reduces identity theft by storing the biometrics and signature of the passport holder and recording his […]

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