The OFW Blogger Advocate MANUEL A. AMORA was an OFW for  20 years in Saudi Arabia from November 1993 up to December 2014. Prior employment abroad he worked in Manila from 1985-1993.

Manila: 1985 – 1993

The blogger is a Boholano by blood and born in Butuan City, Agusan Del Norte. Grown up and graduated intermediate (Nasipit, Central Elementary School) and secondary course (Saint Michael’s Institute now, Saint Michael College of CARAGA-SMCC) in Nasipit, Agusan Del Norte.

Graduated Associate in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course at the Philippine State College of Aeronautics-PhilSCA formerly Phil. Air Force College of Aeronautics-PAFCA, in Mactan Air Base, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu.

In 1985 after graduation from college, he went to Manila. He tried his luck working on the job training as an aircraft mechanic with Philippine Airlines, but unfortunately he was not able to pursue the training due to health problem.

Unemployed, he worked as a waiter, disc jockey and bartender with his cousin’s sing-a-long club in Makati Avenue. Fortunately, he met a lawyer from Mindanao (Davao) who gave him a break to work as a messenger in a law firm in Makati.  He was promoted from messenger to clerk and later as a Para Legal Officer  from June 1986 to October 1993.

Jeddah:  November 1993 to November 1997

It was on November of 1993 that he decided to try his luck overseas and found  A.M. Bahlas Establishment in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia a place to start as an Overseas Filipino Worker.

In 1994 he became an active member of a regional group originated from Bohol and Leyte. He was the founding member of the Overseas Filipino Cooperative Council (OFWCC), a group comprised of different OFW cooperative organizations and was elected as Board of Director of the Bohol-Leyte OFW Cooperative (BLOC) and; Chairman of the Committee on Education of the Boholano Community in Jeddah (BC-J).  He received various citations from the mentioned organizations.

During the Kabuhayan 2000 program of POLO/OWWA, the blogger was deputized as authorized lecturers for pre-membership education seminars on cooperative by the Cooperative Development Authority.

Riyadh:  1998  to 2014

He transferred to Riyadh with new employer in 1998. He worked with Al Ajial Co., Ltd., at the 2nd Industrial Area of Riyadh from 1998 to 2007. Away from the city of Riyadh, he made his time worthy by organizing sports events in the company where he worked. He was also the Liaison Officer of the 200 plus Filipino working in the said company, such as the renewal of passports, application for OECs and securing travel tickets for his co-Filipino employees.

In one of his routine visit to Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in Riyadh to secure attestations of the End of Service Award from his fellow OFWs at site,  he met Labor Attaché Jainal “Jhun” Rasul,  who advised him to form a group in the 2nd Industrial Area of Riyadh. Thus, the Kalipunang Kaakabay ng Manggagawang Pilipino sa Saudi Arabia (KAKAMPI-KSA)  was born.

In 2003 Labor Attaché Jainal Rasul, Jr. invited him as one of the Resource Speaker in the First OFW Conference on Reintegration held at Marriot Hotel, Riyadh with his paper titled “A Chance to Make It Right“. The former OWWA Administrator Marianito ”Nitoy” Roque along with the then H.E. Ambassador Bahnarim Guinomla presented him a “Certificate of Appreciation” for his significant contribution to the first ever OFW reintegration conference in Saudi Arabia.

As an experienced community leader in Jeddah, he was able to unite all the Filipinos working in the mentioned Industrial area of Riyadh. Filipino sports events, like table tennis and basketball tournament were introduced as OFW sports activities among many companies in the areas where there were Filipino workers.

In 2004 onward KAKAMPI-KSA through his leadership was among the organizations actively involved in promoting the Philippine Overseas Absentee Voting particularly in the Industrial Areas of Riyadh.

KAKAMPI-KSA Inter-company Bonafide Basketball Tournament was tapped to promote the Overseas Absentee Voting due to its poor turnout in the registration of absentee voters.

It was also during his leadership where the first mobile special registration for Filipino Absentee voters was conducted in various locations of the Industrial Areas of Riyadh. It was also during his time that organized events for mobile special registration initiated by KAKAMPI-KSA under the auspices of the Philippine Embassy, POLO/OWWA was then conducted in different companies in the area for the preparation of the 2004 and 2007 Philippine Election.

The former Ambassador to the Kingdom H.E. Bahnarim Guinomla presented him a “Certificate of Appreciation” for his active involvement in the conduct of the OAV registration and absentee voting in Riyadh.

He was elected Secretary-General of OFW Congress in 2004 and was instrumental for the collection of P 204,740.00 cash money donations for the survivors of the Feb. 17, 2006 landslide in the central Philippine Village of GuinsaugonLeyte. The fund was endorsed through the then OWWA Administrator Nitoy Roque to  OWWA Region 8 officials.

For nine (9) long years working in the Industrial Zone of Riyadh, he was able to organize many OFW Forums in the vicinity of the area. Officials from the Philippine Embassy, POLO/OWWA were invited to deliberate face to face discussion of their concerns and enlighten OFWs on their rights as workers in the Kingdom.

He initiated and arranged meetings between POLO officials like former Labor Attache Arturo Sodusta and  factory employers and  at the  same time provide on the spot guidance and assistance to OFW grievances and complaints.

OFW Forums were also conducted during the leadership of POLO Labor Attache Manuel Roldan in the OFW accommodations of Al Sharq Plastic Factory, Saudi Ceramics, Saudi Lightning and even restaurants and other locations where there were large concentrations of OFWs.  The said forums organized by the blogger were under the auspices of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office/OWWA.

In many of the forums that the blogger organized, the representatives from SSS,  PagibigPhilhealth, Philippine banking institutions was also invited to promote their respective programs for the OFWs.

Mr.  Alexander Asuncion (now POEA Board of Trustee) popularly known as “Ang Inyong Lingkod”  was among   those prominent OFW personalities and community leaders invited as resource speaker in the many OFW forums in the area.

In 2010, despite of having a new place and a new employer, the blogger still remember his fellow OFWs and friends in the Industrial Area where he stayed for many years.  January of 2010, KAKAMPI-KSA organized a new “OFW Forum” dubbed as “Know Your Rights and Obligations as OFW in the Kingdom.” It was held at New Islamic Center, 2nd industrial Area, Riyadh.

The forum was initiated under the on-site Labor Education Program of POLO & OWWA under the supervision of POLO Labor Attaché Rustico Dela Fuente and Welfare Officer Atty. Cesar Chavez. The Philippine Embassy officials from the office of the Assistance to National Section were also invited to educate OFWs of the strict laws of the Kingdom pertains to criminal offenses and their consequences.

OFWEmpowerment Blog

In 2005, he created a blog named “OFWEMPOWERMENT” for the purpose of disseminating or by posting important information for the benefit and welfare of the OFWs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (

He was then on the receiving end of encouragement from colleagues in the Industrial Areas in Riyadh and community leaders in Saudi Arabia and so with his many readers at home and from fellow bloggers, OFW Advocates, friends, relatives and loved ones.

Important OFW information campaigns from OWWA, POEA and even NGO’s  advocating OFW issues and concerns were given space in OFWempowerment blog, especially when it comes to OFW Issues and Concerns. The blog became a home of and for OFWs, not only in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia but to other countries as well where there are OFWs.

He was also vocal in the campaign of OAV Postal Voting and the creation of an OFW Bank and involved in soliciting help from Filipino organizations to give donations such as medicines, grocery items and other personal needs for the less fortunate and runaway OFWs housed at the Filipino Workers Resource Center or FWRC in Riyadh.

Today, the OFWempowerment blog is considered a home for many OFWs asking for his advice in their problem; may it personal and problem on site. You can read OFW woes and concerns in so many angles in which the blogger provides relief to someone who is asking for his guidance.

Taking appropriate action under the circumstances, he even approached in person the managers and even owners of companies where the distressed OFWs are employed to mediate their grievances without regard for his own personal safety. The blogger has performed deeds and exemplary service to the OFW community above and beyond the call of his duty as a Filipino community leader.

OBRA 2013 Awardees

OBRA 2013 Awardees

On December 10, 2013, he was conferred as one of the OBRA Awardee  (Outstanding Balikbayan OFW Reputation Award – OFW Blogger Advocate) organize by EXLINK Events.

The blogger was the former Secretary General of the OFW Congress-Riyadh. He served as Secretary General of OFW Congress for 10 years (2004-2014). He was the Founding President of both KAKAMPI-KSA and Nasipitnon-KSA International. He is an Honorary Member and Adviser of All-Filipino Table Tennis Association in Riyadh (AFTTA). He is also a recognized member of the OFW International organizations whose members are Overseas Filipinos worldwide, to name a few: OFCI-Overseas Filipino Council, International and Adviser of United Filipinos Worldwide for Community Development-UFWCD-Riyadh Chapter. Back home, he is currently the Vice-President of the subdivision homeowners association where he lives.

The blogger w/ Former Director Fahad Bin Huraib, KACT- Directorate of International Cooperation now Advisor to the President-KACST

The blogger w/ Former Director Fahad Bin Huraib, KACST- Directorate of International Cooperation.

His last employment was with King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, a Saudi Science government institution (counterpart of the Department of Science and Technology in the Philippines) as Administrative Officer assigned in the Directorate of International Cooperation reporting directly to the Director and the President of KACST.  On December 16, 2014, he decides to return back to his mother land and to his love ones for good.

During his employment with KACST, he was given a special recognition from the former KACST President-Minister Ibrahim Al-Suwaiyel on his outstanding contribution as part of the team in organizing the first meeting of the Standing Committee on Scientific & Technological Cooperation of the Organization of Islamic Conference (STIO) held in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The blogger-OFW returned to the Philippines as he promised in his OFWempowerment blog theme “Pangako Babalik AKO Bayan Ko”. He is still actively giving personal advice to OFWs who seek help, guide and opinions in his blog “OFW Empowerment”.


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  1. Gud day po, ako po ay galing ng saudi, ako po ay naka apat na taon 3 taon sa original employer at isang taon sa bagong employer, ako po ay nag file ng demanda sa dati kong employer after 3 years kong nag stay sa company nya, ng matapos ko ang 2 years contract ko ako ay nagpaalam na uuwi na ng pinas ngunit sya ay nakiusap na mag stay pako ng 1 year gawa ng wala pa akong kapalit sa aking trabaho bilang computer technician. ngunit after ulet ng isang taon ayaw nanaman nya akong payagan n umuwi kaya nag file nko ng demanda sa POLO Riyadh, ngunit hindi natapos ang kaso gawa ng nagkaron ng amnesty na pwede mag transfer ang mga manggagawa, ako po ay na transfer sa ibang employer na saudi national din ngunit walang kaming kontrata verbal lang ang usapan namin na 50% ang hatian namin sa kita pero sagot nya ang puhunan ang negosyo nya ay cctv, access control PABX system at networking, nung unang 2 buwan wala akong natatanggap n pera kc wala kami project,subalit ng sunod sunod na ang project na dumating ako ay sinabihan nya na monthly salary na daw ako gawa ng daang libo ang mga project na nakuha namin, ako po ay nagsa walang kibo nalang dahil gusto ko ng makauwi ng pinas, kaya nung nagpapahanap cya ng technician ako ay nag prisinta na uwuwi ng pinas at dito maghahanap pero sa isip ko wala n talaga ako balak bumalik dahil sinungaling sya after 8 months may natanggap ako subpoena galing DFA na ako daw ay may utang sa dati kong amo..ano po ang dapat kong gawin ako ay natatakot na hindi na ulet makapag abroad. PLS HELP

    • Marami pong klaseng pagkakautang. Kung ito ay gawa-gawa lamang dahil sa hindi mo pagbalik, dapat lamang na ito ay iyong sagotin sa DFA. Sipotin mo ang DFA at iprisinta mo ang iyong side. Basahin mo rin ang complaint kung ano ang laman doon.

  2. good pm po.. may friend po kasi ako na nasa ras al khaimah,uae ngaun. bago po siya umalis dito lahat po ng documents niya authenticated ng poea, pero po before po siya umalis ng pili[inas kung kelan po natatakan na ang passport niya sa immigration saka po sinabi ng taga agency na bago na daw po employer niya. So ibig sabihin po pag alis niya ibang employer naka state sa documents niya, pagdating po sa uae pumirma po siya ng contract without english translation, purely arabic words po ang contract niya then iba na din po employer niya at working visa niya..

    legal po ba un?
    hindi po ba risky un sa stay niya sa uae?

    • Hi! Una po hindi po tama ang ginawa ng agency. Pangalawa, hndi po dapat pumirma ang iyong friend sa isang dokumento lalo na pag kontrata kung ito ay walang English translation.

      Dahil nandoon na siya at pumirma na rin siya ng kontrata kahit walang English translation, tell your friend to to visit our POLO office in UAE and have it translated in English. Ask our POLO office kung ano ang dapat gawin and let her do it or visit POLO ASAP.

  3. Dapat kasi bago mab abroad or mag decide na maging OFW, siguradohin muna ang desisyon bago mag apply. Of course magagalit talaga ang employer kung ang pasaporte mo ay for visa stamping na. Pero kung hindi pa naman you have the right to withdraw. Hindi ko po alam kung ilang weeks po, better to ask your agency on this regards.

    • good day sir,

      2yrs cntract po ang fiance ko sa saudi (dammam) gus2 niya po mag bakasyon after 1 yr. Ayon sa nakasaad sa kanyang contract na “u can have vacation per year” ayaw po pumayag ng amo niya… My karapatan b siyang ipagpilitan na makapagbakasyon? Ano po ang dpt niyang gawin?

      • Kung ito po ay nasa kontrata, may karapatan po siyang pilitin ang employer na magbakasyon. Ngunit kung may justification po ang employer na hindi siya puwedeng magbakasyon dahil kailangan siya sa trabaho, puwede pong ipagpaliban ito in a certain period of time up to 90 days. Depende po ito sa konkretong rason ng employer at sasang-ayonan ng worker.

    • Hello.po sir bong..
      Ako po ay OFW din dito sa Dubai at gusto kung iparating sa ating mga volunteers dyan sa Riyadh at sa inyung organization na mabigyan pansin ninyu yung problema namin sa pagkuha ng Police Clearance dyan sa Saudi..lalo na sa mga dating nagtrabaho at wala na sa Saudi ang kanilang mga trabaho.May binigay po na guidelines yung ating Philippine Embassy dyan sa Riyadh na kailangan ng representative para sya magprocess. Madali lang sana yung processo bale kailangan lang yung mga required documents like finger printing at mga dating visa sa Saudi at dalhin sa embahada sa Riyadh para e-notarized tapos dahil sa foreign affairs at e-submit sa police station sa dhira at mag-antay ng dalawang linggo pag release ng papers. Marami na akong nilapitan na tao dyan sa Riyadh at hind ko malamang dahilan at lagi nilang tinatangihan.Ito po pagkakataon pra sa ating mga kababayan na nangangailangan ng tulong financially pra maka-uwi instead na umasa sa ating gobyerno.Ito pong police clearance ay napakahalaga sa mga OFW na gusto din ayusin ang buhay pra makatulong sa pamilya at kamag-anak sa pinas as what the volunteers trying to help for our kababayans.Marami po ang mangangailangan nito all over the world ng mga filipino OFW dahil ito na yung bagong requirements sa mga immigration.Willing po kaming magbayad ng service fee para rito para din makatulong din kami sa inyung adhikain pra sa ating mga kababayan.Sana po mabigyan pansin ninyu ito at ng ating mga OFW volunteer dyan sa Riyadh.Salamat po.

      • Hi! Salamat po sa pag-daan sa ating blog.

        Kaya nga po ang ating Embahada ay hinihikayat ang mga OFW sa Saudi Arabia na bago po mag exit kailangan kumuha na po ng police clearance. Sa katunayan po ang Saudi government ang siyang gumawa ng mga requirements para sa pagkuha nito kaya marami po ang nahihirapan.

        Ang maipapayo ko lang po sa lahat ng mga kahanay natin na humingi ng tulong sa mga kamag-anak na nandito pa sa KSA sa pag-asikaso nito.

        Pangalawa doon po sa mga nais ng mag exit at balak mangingibang bayan sa ibang bansa na kumuha na po kayo bago po kayo mag exit.

        Pasensya na po at wala po akong ma e-refer sa inyo sa paglakad nito.

  4. Hello, I’ve been reading your blog 6 months after I arrived here in KSA. I found it really helpful especially for those first timer like me.

    I post a comment for the reason that someone badly need our help and we actually don’t know who can help us about her situation.

    She’s a housemaid here in Al Jubail. Her job description says she’s an assistant cook but when she come here she’s a general housemaid. It doesn’t bother her since her employer is too good at her. Until she got diagnosed she have osteoporosis. Her employer has decided to send her back pero yong kapatid daw ng amo niya nagpumilit na kunin siya kasi they need housemaid. Kaso doon pinapahirapan daw siya. Pinapakarga pa daw siya ng mabibigat kahit alam na ng bagong amo niya na bawal na siya ng ganun gawain. She said they also deprive them to eat and even go out for a day off. Buti na lang na may cell phone siya kasi pinag laban niya yon.

    She told her employer na uuwi na lang daw siya at willing siya magbayad ng ticket pauwi kaso iniipit po siya at sabi kelangan daw niya bayaran yong iqama at medical expenses.

    Ngayon po lumalala na yong osteoporosis po niya at kahit nakita ng ibang mga kapatid ng bago niyang amo na malala na nga siya ayaw pa rin po siya payagan.. at pinunit po yong contract niya.

    Tumawag na daw siya sa Philippine Embassy para humingi ng tulong pero ang sabi lang ng nakausap nya.. magtiis na lang daw muna siya kasi hindi naman daw siya sinasaktan at tsaka 8 months na lang daw uuwi na siya.

    Gusto po namin humungi ng tulong sa inyo about her situation na sana po our Phil embassy can hear that this is not an easy situation para sabihin sa isang may sakit na magtiis kasi hindi naman daw sinasaktan. Matagal na po siya humihingi ng tulong kaya lang ina abandona lang siya ng iba natin kababayan. Hopefully you can help her. Hindi po namin nakuha yong agency niya at iba pang info kasi po natatakot siya baka mag direct sa amo niya.

    Please po give me your email address and I will send you her mobile number. She really badly need a help.

    • Ang Jubail po ay sakop ng POLO Eastern Region at ang ating POLO Eastern Labor Attache Atty. Alejandro Padaen ang siyang nakatalaga bilang head ng POLO-ER. Pakialalayan na lamang po ang ating kababayan na ito na sumulat po addressed to Labatt Alejandro Padaen. Sa sulat banggitin po niya sa subject ng kanyang sulat ang “Medical Condition request for Repatriation”. Sa sulat banggitin po niya ang naunan mo ng pahayag sa itaas. Isama na rin po ang knayang telepono at contact numbers ng kanyang employer at address or location map ng kanyang employer in case of visitation or rescue effort kung kinakailangan sa kanyang situwasyon. Ilagay rin po sa ibaba ng kanyang pangalan at pirma ang kanyang iqama number and CP number. Kung meron po siyang medical report galing sa clinic or hospital na kung saan nalaman na meron siyang osteoporosis. Siguro naman po merong medical report dahil sa nabanggit mo na may medical expenses na binayaran ang kanyang employer. Sa kanyang sulat salaysay sa bandang ibaba naka copy furnish ang pangalan ko (Bong Amora) na may nakalagay na OFWemporment Blog sa baba ng aking pangalan. Isama narin po sa cc: si Labor Attache Resty Dela Fuente.

      Pag meron na po lahat ito, paki email po sa with copies of the (scan) documents. Ako po mismo ang magdala nito kay Labatt REsty Dele Fuente dito sa POLO Riyadh office.

      Salamat po.

    • Marami po akong naririnig tungkol dito, meron nga 1 year, meron din 2 yrs. Pero ako mismo naka experience na nag exit tapos bumalik after 6 months wala naman pong problema. Nakadalawang balik ako na exit visa at nakabalik naman after 6 mos. Palagay ko po, makabalik ka agad dahil pag ikaw ay nag exit sa iyong employer, wala na po kayong binding relationship, na release ka na niya at wala na po siyang pakialam sa iyo. NOT UNLESS po kung pumirma kayo ng waiver or promissory note na hindi muna babalik sa KSA in a certain period of time.

    • good day ,, ask ko lng po if pgkakatiwalaan po v ang boss n hindi binigay ang savings o un subi sa kompanya? natapos na kx ang 2 year contract malaki kx din yun nasa 40 k pa kasama un pinasok ko. Nakauwi na rin ako ng pinas. Ngre – entry exit din po ako para makauwi agad:

      Reason po nia:
      1.loss daw xa sa iqama ko nirenew daw nia at ngre entry exit ako, (which is ayaw nmn tlga nia ako bigyan ng exit).
      2. at maaaring maghanap daw ako ng employer kapag binigay niya ang pera ko.

      Nung unang dating ko sa saudi, kinaltasan nia ako sa airline ticket and processing costing 1500 sr.lahat. D po v bawal ang ganito?

      Ikalawa kumaltas xia ng 300 sr monthly for savings o subi ko sa company? overall is 23 months.

      Ikatlo ang trabaho ko ay wala sa job responsibilities ko? Meaning trabaho ko lahat.

      Ngaun nagkita kami sa makati, (ngbakasyon siya), pero hindi pa rin niya binigay ang pera at ang ibinigay ay ticket pabalik, binabanggit ko yun pera ko pero sa saudi na raw nia ibigay.
      Ano po ba ang ang maaaring gawin sa ganitong boss habang andito ako sa pinas?. Salamat po.

      • Please read below:

        A: NLRC

        Kung kayo ay isang OFW na kasalukuyang nasa ating bansa at nais maghain ng reklamo sa inyong employer at recruitment agency katulad po ng “money claims arising from employer-employee relationship like unpaid wages, breach of contract or illegal dismissal” – kayo po ay puwedeng mag file or mag submit ng complaint sa Migrant Worker’s Desk of the National Labor Relations Commission in Quezon City or in NLRC’s (National Labor Relations Commission) Regional Arbitration Branch sa inyong nasasakopang rehiyon.

        B: POEA


        For violation of recruitment laws, rules and regulations

        •overcharging of placement fee
        •pre-mature collection of placement fee
        •withholding of travel documents
        •failure to deploy without valid reason
        •failure to reimburse documentation expenses when deployment did not take place without the worker’s fault
        •substitution and alteration of employment contract

        Where to get legal assistance:

        Legal Assistance Division POEA head office or any POEA Regional Office AGAINST A FELLOW WORKER

        For offenses while working overseas:

        •misappropriation of property or money of fellow worker entrusted for delivery
        •creating trouble
        •possession of deadly weapon
        •drug addiction, etc.

        Where to get legal assistance:

        Legal Assistance Division POEA head office

        •Defaulting on their contractual obligation to the workers
        •Violation of rules and regulations on overseas employment
        •Grave misconduct

        Where to get legal assistance:

        Legal Assistance Division POEA head office
        Philippine Embassy or Consulate nearest the jobsite of the worker


        •Money claims arising from employer-employee-relationship such as unpaid wages, breach of contract and illegal dismissal

        Where to get legal assistance:

        Migrant Worker’s Desk
        National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC)
        NLRC Regional Office where the complainant resides

  5. good day…
    Sir Bong may reentry po ako sa dati kong company sa KSA…. nagfile po ako sa employer ko ng exit..tpos di nya po ako pinayagan nagoffer po sya ng exit-reentry,pumayag po ako para makauwi dahil nagpaalam po ako sa kanya na itutuloy ko ang pagaaral ko… malinaw naman po ang usapan namin na sinabi ko sa kanya na hindi ako sure kung makakabalik ako… ngayon po 1 year and 1 month nako dito sa pinas… natanggap po ako sa inapplayan ko sa KSA ulit then ang sabi ng employer ko kung makahingi ako ng NOC sa previous company ko…. may posibilidad po b na makapasok ako sa kingdom with holding that NOC? at wala po maging problema? salamat po ng marami…more power🙂

  6. Dear sir
    Mag tatanung POH sana ako ,nasira kasi bahy nmn sa aklan dhil sa yolanda kaya gsto ko sana mg bakasyon , kaso expired n iqama ko ,until now hndi pa nila ni rerenew ng wowory naman ako baka mahuli ako,ngun napag isip isip ko na mg resign nalang pra makauwi ako ng aklan ,ang problema ko expired n iqama ko posible po ba na mkauwi ako khit expired n iqama ko ,need kna tlga mkauwi sa aklan sana my praan,,maraming salamat poh

  7. hi sir bong,

    Magtatanong lng po kung anu pwd kung gawin, ngtatrabho po aq KSA at nagbakasyon po aq sa dubai at dina bumalik, balk ko po sana mgapply n d2. Posibli po kaya mavisahan aq ng bago ko employer kht n blacklisted n aq dhil sa hindi ko pagbalik?anu po kaya ang pwd ko gawin?and2 po kasi ang gf ko at balk din nmn mgpakasal d2,makatutulong po kya un?

    Thankyou sir and godbless u..😉

    • Mahirap ang iyong kalagayan kung ikaw ay isang undocumented worker sa Dubai. Mali ang ginawa mong desisyon na hindi na bumalik sa KSA and instead isang illegal alien sa bansang Dubai. Ang pinakamabuting gawin ay ang makiapg-ugnayan sa ating Embahada upang ma matulongan sa nararapat mong gawin.

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