The two Philippine Overseas Labour Offices (Polos) alongside the two Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) offices in Abu Dhabi and Dubai recently honoured 14 Filipino nurses as part of the International Women’s Month and in line with Manila’s Department
The latest travel deal runs from June 12 until June 14, allowing UAE-based Filipinos and other residents to mark the most patriotic date in the Philippine calendar by booking their flights to over 30 domestic routes and 16 international routes for travel between Nov.1, 2021 until March 26.
Visitors at the festival expressed their joy and surprise at being able to witness aspects of Emirati and global cultural traditions up close and in a way they hadn’t before.
The Philippine Consulate General and the Philippine Overseas Labour Office in Dubai (PCGDXB and POLODXB respectively) shall be open on May 9 (Monday) only to accommodate Filipinos who have yet to cast their votes for the month-long Philippine Presidential/National Elections-Overseas Absentee Voting (OAV) that began on April 10.
On Tuesday afternoon, the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai (PCGDXB) issued another advisory regarding the “Temporary Suspension of Consular Operations Due to Post-Election Audit on May 12 and 13 (Thursday and Friday).”
The online submission of all requirements for job contract verification (JCV) at the Philippine Overseas Labour Office in Dubai (POLO-Dubai) will be open to all applicants beginning August 1 (Monday).
A powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck the northern Philippine island of Luzon on Wednesday killing at least five people, damaging buildings and sending strong tremors through the capital, Manila.
The Philippine Overseas Labour Office in Dubai (POLO-Dubai) which has been upgrading its digital services and which has been on road tours with the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai (PCG-Dubai) to the Northern Emirates, is going for another outreach programme on September 18
The celebrations that commemorated the nation-hood of the Philippines from three centuries of Spanish rule until 1898 was organised by the Filipino Social Club (FilSoC).
There is no link between the issuance of the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) for vacationing Filipinos to the Philippines and their non-payment of their universal health coverage, otherwise known as Philhealth - at least for now.