No objection Certificate is a legal binding document to be issued by the Philippine Embassy as a requirement for the shipment of the remains of a deceased OFW.
Likewise a “Letter of Acceptance” from the family of the deceased is also required and this document must come from DFA office. The deceased complete address must be correctly written in the document para sa tamang pagdadalhan ng mga labi nito at pagpapatunay na ito ay kanilang natanggap (acceptance of the family).
Upon issuance of the said LA, it will be forwarded by fax from the provincial DFA office to Manila. The DFA Manila will forward the mentioned document to Philippine post where the body of the remains came from.
Sa lahat ng mga OFWs na may mga katanungan tungkol sa pagpauwi ng mga labi ng isang OFW, please click link: Mga Tanong at Sagot Tungkol sa Pagpauwi ng Namatay na OFW.
To those who want a copy of the PATNUBAY, a guide for OFWs rights as well as our obligations as workers in the Kingdom, kindly click link: “Patnubay sa mga Manggagawang Pilipino sa Saudi Arabia“.
Allow us to thank Attache Jonalyn De Leon of the Philippine Embassy-Riyadh, Repatriation Office, so with Consul Romulo “Jun” Israel, Jr. for their time in the processing and issuance of No Objection Certificate re: Deceased OFW Alex Aurelio. Philippine Embassy is closed from October 16 to 27 but they were there yesterday to serve OFWs needs.