Sunday, April 5, 2020

Sep 19 18, 4:31 pm

WATCH: Christians celebrate Palm Sunday in front of TV, laptops

Pope Francis led millions of Catholics in celebrating Palm Sunday, the first of the series of Holy Week, while the world is battling a coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which has infected more than 1.2 million people and killed 64,000 worldwide. During today’s St....

3 foreigners face deportation for overstaying in PH

by | News

Sep. 19, 18 | 4:31 pm

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) on Wednesday, September 19, said three foreigners will be deported for overstaying in the Philippines.

BI Commissioner Jaime Morente said the three foreigners did not extend their visa when their tourist visa expired. The three were caught in a separate entrapment operations in Pasig City and Cavite, reported Inquirer.

British nationals Kevin Hadfield and Kevin Stanley Eifert were arrested on September 3 in Bacoor and Dasmariñas City respectively while American national, Todd Null, was arrested in Pasig City.

Morente explained that both Hadfield and Eifert had been overstaying in the country since 2008 while Null had been overstaying since 2015.

Morente reminded foreign nationals in the Philippines to update their visa to avoid overstaying in the country and risking deportation.

Jobs

Latest News

WATCH: Christians celebrate Palm Sunday in front of TV, laptops

WATCH: Christians celebrate Palm Sunday in front of TV, laptops

Pope Francis led millions of Catholics in celebrating Palm Sunday, the first of the series of Holy Week, while the world is battling a coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which has infected more than 1.2 million people and killed 64,000 worldwide. During today’s St....

Recent posts

We listed over 1,000,000 jobs from United Arab Emirates monthly.

Accomodation option available in the market.

THE FILIPINO TIMES is the biggest and most trusted Filipino newspaper in the UAE.

It has a print run of 60,000 copies and 250,000 readership per week; bolstered by 2.5 million visitors to its website every month. It also has an e-newsletter sent to its 250,000 subscribers every day.

The Filipino Times is FREE and has the widest targeted circulation across the 7 emirates of the UAE.

With more than 2,500 strategic distribution spots, TFT is available where the Filipinos are - at Smart Bus Shelters, Metro Stations, restaurants, supermarkets, schools, airport lounges, Emirates and Etihad Philippine-bound flights, churches, Filipino community events and many more.

THE FILIPINO TIMES. We are where the Filipinos are.

FOLLOW US

SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER

BROCHURES

THE FILIPINO TIMES is the biggest and most trusted Filipino newspaper in the UAE.

It has a print run of 60,000 copies and 250,000 readership per week; bolstered by 2.5 million visitors to its website every month. It also has an e-newsletter sent to its 250,000 subscribers every day.

The Filipino Times is FREE and has the widest targeted circulation across the 7 emirates of the UAE.

With more than 2,500 strategic distribution spots, TFT is available where the Filipinos are - at Smart Bus Shelters, Metro Stations, restaurants, supermarkets, schools, airport lounges, Emirates and Etihad Philippine-bound flights, churches, Filipino community events and many more.

THE FILIPINO TIMES. We are where the Filipinos are.

FOLLOW US

SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER

BROCHURES

© 2020 The Filipino Times. All rights reserved

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

More in News
Wife charged in court for accessing sleeping husband’s phone
Published On  September 19, 2018
109 Filipino amnesty grantees arrive in Manila from Dubai
Published On  September 19, 2018
Tito Sotto wants to revise Lupang Hinirang
Published On  September 19, 2018
Close