For overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), this is going to be a good year because as it is about more work, it goes without saying that it is also about making money, the expert said. MANILA: You are reading what the Year of the Dog holds for you. And as tens of thousands...
THE COLORS OF DUSK by XC Agbada
No, before Feb. 4, no. If they (employment visas) are already under process, they will be processed even without it (certificate). DUBAI: A top official of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization (MOHRE) has said employment visas already being processed...
Filipinos who have been working in the UAE for less than five years will be required to submit a Good Conduct Certificate should they decide to change jobs and secure a new employment visa. On February 4, the UAE government implemented the 'good conduct and behaviour...
NIGHTLIFE by Michael Caranay
"Stay in the UAE, but start investing and establishing businesses in the Philippines because the fast-growing micro and medium businesses can extremely benefit from TRAIN Law." DUBAI: Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the UAE, faced with a 5% value added tax (VAT),...
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