OWWA / POEA

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The OWWA

The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), an attached agency of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), is the lead government agency tasked to protect and promote the welfare and well-being of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and their dependents.

OWWA traces its beginnings to 1 May 1977, when the Welfare and Training Fund for Overseas Workers in the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) was created by virtue of Letter of Instructions No. 537, with the main objective, inter alia, of providing social and welfare services to OFW, including insurance coverage, social work, legal and placement assistance, cultural and remittances services, and the like.

On 1 May 1980, Presidential Decree No. 1694 was signed into law, formalizing the operations of a comprehensive Welfare Fund (Welfund), as authorized and created under Letter of Instructions No. 537.  Presidential Decree No. 1694 further authorized that contributions to the Welfare and Training Fund collected pursuant to Letter of Instructions No. 537 be transferred to the Welfund.

On 16 January 1981, Presidential Decree No. 1809 was promulgated, amending certain provisions of Presidential Decree No. 1694.[4]  Subsequently, Executive Order No. 126 was passed which reorganized the Ministry of Labor and Employment.  Executive Order No. 126 also renamed the Welfare Fund as the OWWA.

History

OWWA was created through: 

A “Welfare and Training Fund For Overseas Workers” was created on 01 May 1977 in the Department of Labor through a Letter of Instruction (LOI) No. 537 signed by President Ferdinand E. Marcos. This LOI provides social and welfare services to Filipino overseas workers including insurance coverage, social work assistance, legal assistance, placement assistance, cultural services, remittance services, and the like. Sources of Funds comes from earnings and welfare fund collections from Overseas Employment Development Board (OEDB), Bureau of Employment Service (BES), National Seaman Board (NSB) and other donations, contributions.
 

Ferdinand E. Marcos

Ferdinand E. Marcos

Presidential Decree (PD) No. 1694

President Ferdinand E. Marcos signed a Presidential Decree (PD) No. 1694 on 01 May 1980, formalizing the LOI No. 537, which created the Welfare and Training Fund For Overseas Workers, into Welfare Fund for Overseas Workers or referred to as Welfund. This PD orders the transfer of all fund sources to the Welfund and its administration by the Board of Trustees.

Presidential Decree (PD) No. 1809

On 16 January 1980, President Ferdinand E. Marcos signed PD No. 1890 amending certain provisions of the PD No. 1694. Amendments include government banks as depository banks for the Welfund; expanding number of members of the Board of Trustees, from 7 to 11; and administration of the Welfund by the Board of Trustees through a Secretariat.

Executive Order No. 126
Corazon C. Aquino

Corazon C. Aquino

President Corazon C. Aquino signed an Executive Order No. 126  reorganizing the Ministry of Labor and Employment and for other purposes. Under Section XIX. Attached Agencies, item f., the Welfare Fund For Overseas Workers administration or Welfund was renamed into Overseas Workers Welfare Administration.

Republic Act (RA) 7111 

RA 7111 an Act establishing the Overseas Workers’ Investment Fund to provide incentives to overseas workers, reduce the foreign debt burden, and for other purposes was approved by President Corazon C. Aquino on 22 August 1991.

Executive Order (EO) No. 195

President Fidel V. Ramos signed an Executive Order No. 195 on 13 August 1994 providing Medical Care (MEDICARE) Program for Filipino overseas workers and their dependents. It is a compulsory coverage for those Filipino overseas workers not covered by the Philippine Medical Care Program of SSS.

Republic Act (RA) 8042

Fidel V. Ramos

Fidel V. Ramos

Republic Act 8042 or known as the “Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995” was approved by President Fidel V. Ramos on June 7, 1995. This Act strengthened OWWA’s mandate and services for OFWs and their dependents and expanded the composition of the Board of Trustees.

Under Section 15 of this Act, OWWA, in coordination with appropriate agencies, shall undertake the repatriation of workers in cases of war, epidemics, disasters or calamities, natural or man-made, and other similar events without prejudice to reimbursement by the responsible principal or recruitment agency. However, in cases where the principal or recruitment agency cannot be identified, all costs attendant to repatriation shall be borne by the OWWA. For this purpose, an Emergency Repatriation Fund, initially in the amount of Php100M was created and established under the administration, control and supervision of OWWA.

Section 17 establishes the Re-placement and Monitoring Center or RPMC for returning Filipino migrant workers wherein the DOLE, OWWA and POEA were tasked to formulate a program that would motivate migrant workers to plan for productive options such as entry into highly technical jobs or undertakings, livelihood and entrepreneurial development, better wage employment, and investment of savings.

Section 21 establishes a Migrant Workers Loan Guarantee Fund in order to further prevent unscrupulous illegal recruiters and loan sharks from taking advantage of workers seeking employment abroad. OWWA, in coordination with government financial institutions was tasked to develop financing schemes i.e., Pre-departure Loan and Family assistance Loan for ready to leave Filipino overseas workers and their families.

Section 32 states the additional membership to the OWWA Board of Trustees coming from women sector.

OWWA Omnibus Policies

GLoria M. Arroyo

GLoria M. Arroyo

OWWA Board of Trustees passed a Resolution No. 038 on 19 September 2003 instituting the Omnibus Policies of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration. The Board promulgated and codified the policies, rules and regulations to provide guidelines on OWWA membership and its coverage, collection of contribution, and availment of benefits. It also embodied the policies on fund management, programs and services administration and corporate governance.

Executive Order (EO) No. 446

President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed an Executive Order No. 446 on 12 July 2005 tasking the Secretary of the Department of Labor and Employment to oversee and coordinate the implementation of various initiatives for OFWs.

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The OWWA Board

OWWA is administered by the Board of Trustees through the Secretariat headed by the Administrator as the Chief Executive Officer and assisted by two Deputy Administrators.

The Board of Trustees is the policy making body. It is a tripartite body with twelve (12) members representing the Government, management, and labor-OFW. Pursuant to RA 8042, a representative from the women sector was included. Below are the current members of the Board of Trustees: 

 BOARD OF TRUSTEES (at present):

The OWWA Board

The Board of Trustees is the policy making body. It is a tripartite body with twelve (12) members representing the Government, management, and labor-OFW. Pursuant to RA 8042, a representative from the women sector was included. Below are the current members of the Board of Trustees:

Hon. Silvestre H. Bello III – Secretary of Labor and Employment and Chairman

Hon. Rebecca J. Calzado – Administrator and Vice-Chairman

Members:

Hon. Ciriaco A. Lagunzad III – Undersecretary, DOLE

Hon. Jesus I. Yabes – Undersecretary, DFA

Hon. Hans Leo J. Cacdac  – Administrator, POEA

Hon. Luz M. Cantor – Undersecretary, DBM

Hon. Gil S. Beltran – Undersecretary, DOF

Hon. Allan S. Montaño – Representative, Labor Sector

Hon. Rene Y. Soriano – Representative, Management Sector

Hon. Felixberto I. Rebustes – Representative, OFW Sea-Based Sector

Hon. Ermie L. Garon – Representative, OFW Land-Based Sector

Hon. Estrella D. Añonuevo – Representative, OFW Women’s Sector

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poea

POEA GOVERNING BOARD

SILVESTRE BELLO III
DOLE Secretary, Chairman

HANS LEO J. CACDAC
POEA Administrator, Vice-Chairman

MILAGROS ISABEL A. CRISTOBAL
Women Sector Representative

ALEXANDER E. ASUNCION
Land-based Sector Representative

FELIX M. OCA
Sea-Based Sector Representative

ESTRELITA S. HIZON
Private Sector Representative

 (Click)  POEA DIRECTORATE  

POEA Legal Mandate

PD 797 (1982)

· promote and develop the overseas employment program

· protect the rights of migrant workers

EO 247 (1987)

· regulate private sector participation in recruitment and overseas placement maintain registry of skills

· secure best terms of employment for OFWs

RA 8042 (1995)

· tripartism

· full disclosure

· deregulation

· selective deployment

· dynamism in systems and information technology

RA 9422 (2007)

· reinforced regulatory function

· protect the rights of OFW as a worker and human being

Structure

The POEA has an organizational structure with the POEA Governing Board at the top. The Secretary of Labor and Employment heads the Governing Board, and the POEA Administrator as vice-chairman and representatives from the private, women, sea-based and land-based sectors as members.

The POEA Administrator oversees the daily operations of the agency and is supported by three deputy administrators.

The Deputy Administrator for Employment and Welfare oversees the Pre-Employment Services Office and the Welfare and Employment Office.

Under the Deputy Administrator for Adjudication and Employment Regulation are the Licensing and Regulation Office and the Adjudication Office

The Deputy Administrator for Management handles the general administrative and support services of the administration.

Clientele

An average of 3,000 clients and as much as 5,000 clients s are served by POEA main office daily.  Our clients include Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) Licensed Recruitment and Manning Agencies Foreign Employers/Principals Applicants – Workers/ Would be Applicants, NGOs, media, and the general public.

Regional Offices

The POEA has three (3) Regional Centers which are located in La Union for Luzon, Cebu for the Visayas region and Davao for the Mindanao area.

Regional Extension Units are in Baguio-Cordillera Administrative Region, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro and Zamboanga while satellite offices are located in Pampanga, Calamba, Laguna, Legaspi, Bacolod and Tacloban.

Core Functions

Industry Regulation

  • · Issues license to engage in overseas recruitment and manning to private recruitment agencies and ship manning companies
  • · Hears and arbitrates complaints and cases filed against recruitment and manning agencies, foreign principals and employers, and overseas workers for reported violation of POEA rules and regulations, except for money claims
  • · Implements a system of incentives and penalty for private sector participants
  • · Sets minimum labor standards
  • · Monitors overseas job advertisements on print, broadcast and television
  • · Supervises the government’s program on anti-illegal recruitment
  • · Imposes disciplinary actions on erring employers and workers and seafarers

Employment Facilitation

  • · Accredits/ registers foreign principals and employers hiring Filipino workers
  • · Approves manpower requests of foreign principals and employers
  • · Evaluates and processes employment contracts
  • · Assists departing workers at the ports of exit
  • · Develops and monitors markets and conducts market research
  • · Conducts marketing missions
  • · Enters into memorandum of understanding on the hiring of Filipino workers with labor–receiving countries
  • · Facilitates the deployment of workers hired through government-to-government arrangement
  • · Provides a system of worker’s registry

Worker’s Protection

  • · Intensifies public education and information campaign
  • · Conducts pre-employment orientation and anti-illegal recruitment seminars nationwide
  • · Conducts Pre-Deployment Orientation Seminars (PDOS) to workers hired through the government-to-government arrangement and name hires
  • · Provides technical assistance in the drafting of bilateral and multilateral agreements
  • · Provides legal assistance to victims of illegal recruitment
  • · Prepares OFW global mapping and profiling
  • · Implements gender-sensitive programs
  • · Networks with non-government organizations, workers’ organizations, etc.
  • · Provides repatriation assistance

General Administration and Support Services

  • · Human Resources Development
  • · Property and Supplies Management
  • · Financial Management
  • · Information and Communication Technology
  • · Plans and Policy Development
  • · Quality Management System

Program Thrusts

INDUSTRY REGULATION

  • Continuing Agency Education and Agency Performance Evaluation/Ranking and Classification System

– Pre-application orientation seminar
– Labor market fora
– Seminar on best recruitment practices

  • Implementation of comprehensive case management program

– Conciliation

– Adjudication

– Monitoring of appeals

– Enforcement of decisions

EMPLOYMENT FACILITATION

Facilitation of 1 million OFW deployment

– Dispatch of technical marketing missions

– Intensify marketing intelligence work

– Pursue bilateral/multi-lateral agreements

– Encourage visit of foreign gov’ts and employers

– Strengthen linkages with education and training sector

– Enhance coordination with host governments

– Enforce policy on skills competencies

WORKERS PROTECTION

Global OFW mapping and profiling

– Fast track information on OFWs worldwide, their work sites, skills, and gender. The target countries for 2008 are: KSA, JAPAN, TAIWAN, UAE, KUWAIT, QATAR, HONG KONG, LEBANON, SOUTH KOREA, BAHRAIN, SINGAPORE, JORDAN, ISRAEL, OMAN, UK, USA, MALAYSIA, BRUNEI, CYPRUS, CANADA, AUSTRALIA, RUSSIA, AFGHANISTAN, ALGERIA, ANGOLA, IRAN, IRAQ, NIGERIA, YEMEN

Intensification of AIR campaign

PREVENTIVE

– Pre-employment orientation seminars

– Illegal recruitment free-LGUs

– Multi-media information and education program

REMEDIAL

– Legal assistance to IR victims

– Surveillance/Entrapment operations

– Arrests

– Prosecution

– Closure of establishments

Implementation of incentive program for victims and witnesses of illegal recruitment

– Payment of docket fees and other court or legal fees

– Employment without placement fees

Provision of on-site remedies to OFWs to file complaints against employer or agency

OFWs may file complaints for violations of POEA rules against principal, employer, and/or Philippine recruitment agency at the Philippine Overseas Labor Office s (POLOs)

680 thoughts on “OWWA / POEA

  1. Good day po. Sir alam ko pong madami na sa ofw ang nakikipagrelasyon sa kapwa ofw at ganun po ang nangayari ngaun sa husband ko. Wala n po akong communication at hindi rin nmn po xa nagpapadala ng sustento para sa anak nya. Hindi rin po pwdng magfile ng repatriation. Pwd ko po bang puntahan ang agency nya para makiusap na kung pwedeng pauwiin n lng xa dto sa pinas? Or may legal po bng proseso. May nabasa po akong maaring gawing magfile ng legal separation. Pwd po ba un kht na nasa taiwan sya?

  2. Good day po..galing po ako ng singapore..2 weeks lang po ako nag stay sa amo ko dahil 1 week pa lang po ako ay nagkasakit na ako.nung ininterview po ako noon ang sabi po sa akin ay sa kitchen lang ako matutulog pero mag poprovide sila ng folding bed para sa akin at ang cellphone ko ay isusurender ko sa amo ko.pumayag po ako dahil trabaho naman po ang ipinunta ko dun at okay naman po sa akin na sa kitchen matulog ang mahalaga ay kahit pano ay may maayos akong folding bed.nung dumating po ako sa singapore iba po ang nangyari..ibinigay ko po agad ang cellphone ko sa amo ko.nagulat po ako dahil ang ibinigay po na tulugan ko ay manipis na matress cover isang unan at isang maliit na kumot.wala na po akong nagawa.yung mga gamit ko po ipinalagay lang sa plastic kasi ang bag ko daw po ay madumi.kinabukasan po ginawa ko ang mga trabahong ibinigay sa akin pero nagulat po ako dahil kailangan kong maligo sa bawat gawain na gagawin ko,ganito po ang sistema sa umaga bago ako maglaba ng mano mano kailangan kong maligo,pagtapos ko maglaba kailangan ko maligo bago ako maglinis ng mga kwarto pagtapos nun kailangan ko ulit maligo bago ako maglinis ng sala pagtapos nun kailangan ko maligo ulit bago magplantsa pagtapos nun kailngan ko ulit maligo bago pumunta ng kitchen at mag prepare ng pagkain.so halos 5-6x ako maligo sa loob ng isang araw.hindi din po ako nakakain ng maayos.natuwa po ako nung binilhan po ako ng amo ko ng sarili kong bigas at mga marinated na chicken pang ulam.tinuruan nya po ako na sa rice cooker ko iluluto.nung umaga po na tulog pa sila nagluto po ako ng pagkain ko,nagsaing na ako,pagkakulo lang mg konti nilagay ko on top ng kumukulong sinaing ang chiken dhil yun po ang itinuro sakin na paraan ng pagluto.medyo umamoy po ang niluto ko nagising po ang amo ko at ipinapatay ang rice cooker.hindi pa po luto ang pagkain pero sabi nia kainjn ko daw dahil sayang.so kahit may dugo pa ang chiken no choice po ako.pagtapos po ng incident na yjn lagi na po akk binibilhan ng tinapay ng amo ko.hindi ko na po inulit na magluto dahil lagi syang nagagalit.puro tinapay lang ang kinakain ko.pati po sa oras ng pahinga.ang pinaka maaga ko pong tulog ay 12am na.1 week pa lang po ako sa amo ko nagkasakit na ako.nagkaron po ako ng back pain.namaga po ang likod ko.hindi ko po maiangat ang kaliwang braso ko.sinabi ko po sa doctor na sa floor ako natutulog at walang electricfan.malamig po ang sahig tapos pawis na pawis ako.nanginig din po ang katawan ko nun.napasma na po ako dahil pagtapos ko magplantsa pinapaligo ako agad.nung time na pumasok po sa trabaho ang mga amo ko kinuha ko po ang cellphine ko sa pinaglagyan nila at sinubukan ikonekta sa wifi nila.awa po ng dios naikonekta ko at humibgi ako ng tulong sa agent ko sa pinas.nagsabi po ako na kung pwede ako magpa transfer na lang sa ibang employer.sabi po nya gagawan nya ng paraan pero makalipas po ang ilan araw wala nmn po akong nakuhang sagot sa agent ko kaya humingi nalang ako ng tulong sa pamilya ko dahil nangamba na po ako sa kalusugan ko.ang isang pinsan ko po sa singapore din nagtatrabaho.nag report po sya sa Ministry of Manpower at sinend lahat ng pics ng tulugan ko at sinabi kung ano ang sitwasyon ko.magkaka tuberculosis po ako pag tumagal pa ako sa ganung sitwasyon.after 4 days po pinuntahan nila ang bahay ng amo ko at inimbestigahan ang kalagayan ko.djn nila nakita na hindi ako liftas lalo sa health ko.ipina pack po nila ang lahat ng gamit ko at sinabihan ang amo ko na kukunin na nila akk.pero hindi pumayag ang amo ko.pinaglinis pa po nya ako ng buong bahay.hininray po ako ng authority ng MOM ng halos isang oras bago ako inirelease ng amo ko.pagdating po namin sa car park galit na galit po ang amo ko at pinagbantaan nya po ako na hindi nya daw po magagawa sa singapore ang gusto nyang gawin sa akin pero dito sa pinas hahanapin nya daw po ang buong pamilya ko.kinuha po ako ng authority at dinala sa shelter ng philippine embassy.dun po ako nag stay nf 2 week nagpagaling ako dun dahil pagkadala po sakkn dun ay may trangkaso ako at maga ang likod ko.nung august 26,2016 po nakauwi na ako.pagkauwi ko po nabasa ko amg mga message ng agent ko sa live-in partner ko na ako pa amg sinisisi nya bakit daw hindi ako nakapaghintay.

    Itatanong ko lang po sana ano po ba ang maganda kong gawin? I nadvicesan po ako ng authority ng philippine embassy na pumunta ng poea para ipablacklist ang naging amo ko.natatakot din po ako sa pwedeng mangyari sa pamilya ko dahil sa pagbabanta nila samin.ang ex-husband po kasi ng naging amo ko ay ang may ari ng agency na pinag applyan ko dito sa pinas.sana po ay mabigyan ng pansin ang sulat ko..maraming salamat po.

    • Sa pagbasa ko sa iyong sulat comment, napaluha ako sa iyong dinanas at ma picture ko ang iyong dating kalagayan. Salamat naman sa Diyos at nakauwi ka. Ngayon, huwag kang matakot na isumbong sa POEA ang iyong amo at ang agency nito. Hindi po nila magagawa ang kanilang threat sa iyo ngayon na nasa Pinas ka na. Bago ka pumunta sa POEA legal office dumaan ka sa opisina ni POEA Board of Trustee Alexander Asuncion at e print mo or isalaysay mo ang mga naranasan mo sa iyong employer sa Singapore lalo na sa kanlang bnitawan na banta sa iyong buhay at sa iyong pamilya. Banggitin mo ang ating blog sa iyong pagbisita kay Ka Alexander Asuncion.

  3. Dear sir/ma’am,
    Pwede nyo po kami tulungan? Asawa ko po ay seaman po at yung agency po nya ay Bright Maritime Corp sa malate. May mga kasamahan na pinoy po asawa ko dun pero yung iba na kasama nila ay mga taga Ghana daw po. Bulk po yung barko na sinasakyan nila. Isa po ako sa mga wife na kumakatok sa pintuan nyo po…Tulungan nyo po kmi kasi d parin po binigay yung sweldo nila po. Grabe trabaho nila sa barko pero wala po sweldo. D rin po sila daw pauuwiin kasi under contract daw. Kawawa sila at kami rito kasi pano din po yung mga pamilya nila. Hindi namin alam kung anu ginagawa nang agency nila tungkol dito. Pls po parang awa nyo na, d namin alam kung saan po or sino po hihingan ng tulong. May history na po yung Principal nang barko na yan na d nagpapasweldo sa mga tauhan nya.D rin po kami makapunta ng Maynila kasi wala nga po kamo pera..pls po maawa po kayo..tulungan nyo naman po kami mam or sir…salamat po..

    • Hi Pearl, if you’re in Manila can you visit the address given below and look for Ms. Ellene Sana at humingi ka ng payo kung ano nag nararapat na gawin.

      Center for Migrant Advocacy
      15 (Unit 7) CASAL Bldg. Anonas Road, Project 3
      Quezon City 1102 Philippines
      Telephone: +632 990-5140
      Telefax: +632 433-0684
      email: cma@cmaphils.org

  4. Hi magandang hapon po senyu. Gusto ko lang po sana magbakasali ditong matulungan nyu ako … ako po ay 1yr and 2months ng extended .. tpos n po 2yrs contract ko. Dito po ako sa jordan nag ttrabaho bilang Domestic helper po
    Wala naman po ako masyado reklamo sa mga amo.. d nmn ako sinasaktan .. un nga lang po ako gusto ko ng makauwi .. tutal naman pp ay tapos ng kontrata ko pero dahil di po sa nrenew ang iQama ko po bali lumaki po ing babayaran nila sa goverment dto. At isa pa matagal tagal n po ako di nakakasahod at naipon na po yung pera ko sakanila .. puro pangako lang po na akoy papauwiin at hinihintay lang daw ung perang pambayad saakin. Pero natapos na po itong bwan na toh ay wla pa din po..
    Sana po ay matulungan nyu ako . Kung ano ang dapat ko po gawen. Marameng salamat po..

    • Kung tapos na ang kontrata dapat lamang po na kayo ay pauwiin kung ayaw ninyong mag renew nito. Dapat rin po na ibigay ang sweldong nakabinbin sa inyo at kargo po ng employer ang pag renew ng inyong iqama. Ngunit sabi nyo po wala pong ginawa ang employer. Ang payo ko dumulog agad sa ating POLO sa Amman at humingi ng tulong upang makauwi ka at mabayaran ang nakabinbing sahod. Ito po ang contact information sa ating POLO sa Amman.

      POLO Officers
      Ms. Florenda L. Herrera, Labor Attaché
      Mr. Rosauro DR. Octaviano, Welfare Officer

      Location of POLO
      The Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in Amman is located at the following address:

      No. No. 113 Al Manar Bldg, Khalil Yassin al Talhoni St., Hay-diyar Dier Ghabar, Amman, Jordan
      Contact Information

      You may get in touch with POLO-Amman through the following contact numbers:
      +962 6 593 0293 – Office of the Labor Attaché
      You may also send them email through the following addresses:
      For the Labor Attaché: labatt_jordan@yahoo.com
      For the Welfare Officer: welofjordan@gmail.com

  5. Sir,patulong po,nasa Jeddah po yung asawa ko,gusto na po nya umuwi kc nahihirapan po sya,nanlalabo daw po at kumikirot madalas ung ulo nya,tapos over po ung oras ng trabaho nya,pumasok po xa bilang waiter pero sa contract nya restaurant worker nakalAgay,pero pagdating po nya dun pinatatrabaho din po xa sa pagcoconstruction at ginagawa yung bahay at restaurant ng amo nya..nagpaalam na po sya sa amo nya pero ayaw po sya payagan,nagpunta po sila ng consulate kahapon,tapos pinabigay daw po ng consulate ung passport nya sa employer nya na ang gusto ay magbayad sya ng 2,500sr at pambili ticket nya,pano po yun san po kami kukuha e dn rin daw po nya kaya magtrabaho..san po ba kami lalapit patulong naman po!

    • Diko maintindihan, bnigay ng employer ang passport niya sa POLO? Puwdeng samphana ng kaso ang employer sa mga nilabag na batas na nakasaad sa Saudi LAbor LAw. Pero sa kanyang situwasyon na may sakit siya, hindi na po option ang pagsampa ng kaso. Makipag-coordinate ka sa agency ng iyong aasawa sa Pinas upang ayosin nag kanyang repatriation. Sabihin mo sa agency na makipag coordinate rin sa ating POLO.

      • Sabi daw po ng phil consulate sa jeddah na ibigay ng asawa ko yung passport nya sa employer nyA,kaya po hawak ngayon ng employer yung passport nya,di po nya alam kung bakit pero natatakot sya na ihold sya ang gusto po ay bayaran daw nya yung nagastos sa kanya,.yun din po sinasabi ng agency sakin..saan ko po ba pwede ito ilapit kung ayaw tumulong ng agency?

        • Sino sa Consulate ang nagsabing ibigay ang kanyang passport sa employer?

          Kung hindi niya kayang bayaran ang halagang 2,500.00 na hinihinging kabayaran ng employer dapat tulongan siya ng ating Konsulada. Kung kasalanan ng worker ang pag terminate sa kontrata dapat lamang po na ang worker ang mag shoulder sa ticket nito pauwi sa kanyang bansa. Kung walang pambili ng ticket, makipag-ugnayan sa kanyang recruitment agency sa Pilipinas.

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