Tweet Another modified office schedule from Philippine Embassy in Singapore from from 31 March to 24 April 2011 only: The Philippine Embassy in Singapore announced that due to further improvements to be made to its public waiting area, its Monday-Friday work schedule will be extended from 31 March to 24 April 2011. The extension is […]

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Barangay Singapore on November 22nd, 2010

Tweet What is an Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC)? An Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC), is a requirement under POEA Rules and Regulations to help ensure that Filipino overseas workers (OFWs) are properly documented and protected. Only OFWs are required to get an OEC. In this case, OFWs would include: work permit holders such as domestic helpers, […]

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Barangay Singapore on October 15th, 2010

Tweet An Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC), is a requirement under POEA Rules and Regulations to help ensure that Filipino overseas workers (OFWs) are properly documented and protected. The applicant should be accompanied by an eligible and qualified employer to process the authenticated Employment Contract at the Philippine Embassy. The Worker should have served continuously for […]

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Barangay Singapore on July 26th, 2010

Tweet Under Republic Act 9679, Pag-IBIG membership is now a requirement for the issuance of the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC). Beginning July 18, 2010 the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO – Singapore) will collect Pag-IBIG membership dues prior to the issuance of the OEC.  This arrangement will provide more OFWs greater access to the huge […]

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Tweet From Philippine Embassy Singapore: The Pag-IBIG Fund announced that effective 1 July 2010, the Philippine Overseas Employment  Agency (POEA), under the 18 June 2010 Collection Servicing Agreement signed between the Fund and the POEA, has started collecting Pag-IBIG Fund membership contributions  from departing OFWs. Under Republic Act 9679, Pag-IBIG membership is now a requirement […]

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