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Filipina tourist missing in Indonesia since Christmas

Filipina tourist missing in Indonesia since Christmas

A Filipina tourist has been missing in Bali, Indonesia since Christmas, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said. The Philippine Embassy in Jakarta said it has filed a missing person report for Ella Balmaceda Paaño after her family in the Philippines reported...

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DFA orders probe into death of OFW couple in Maldives

DFA orders probe into death of OFW couple in Maldives

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) instructed the honorary consul in the Maldives to coordinate with the authorities there in the investigation of the death of the overseas Filipino (OFW) couple who drowned to their death while on their honeymoon. Foreign Affairs...

Birth Certificates not required for Passport Renewal – DFA

Birth Certificates not required for Passport Renewal – DFA

The Department of Foreign Affairs has released a department order clarifying the document requirements needed for the renewal of regular passports following the incident where an ex-DFA passport maker took off with applicants’ data. The event caused quite a stir among...

Drunk woman on visit visa jailed after showing aggressive behavior

Drunk woman on visit visa jailed after showing aggressive behavior

A woman who verbally and physically assaulted two police officers in Dubai was sentenced to 6 months in jail. As per the public prosecution records, the 32-year old woman who was on visit visa had been under the influence of alcohol when she kicked a policewoman as...

UAE remains among top sources of OFW remittances in 2018

UAE remains among top sources of OFW remittances in 2018

With the United Arab Emirates among the top sources, the total amount of personal remittances sent to the Philippines by overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) reached $29.1 billion in the first 11 months of 2018, newly released data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas...

KNOW THE LAW: Spreading secrets online can be fined up to Dh 500,000

KNOW THE LAW: Spreading secrets online can be fined up to Dh 500,000

The UAE reminds its citizens once again that divulging secrets and private information about an individual’s life without their consent can be fined up to Dh 500,000 and will serve up to 6 months of jail time. Lawyer Eissa bin Haider said that the UAE’s Cybercrime Law...

OWWA opens OFW e-card desks in NAIA

The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) on Thursday announced it has established assistance desks to answer queries of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) concerning their OFW E-cards at the three terminals of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)....

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BI clarifies bounds of ‘Balikbayan visa’ program

BI clarifies bounds of ‘Balikbayan visa’ program

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) reminded the public of the bounds of the "Balikbayan Program" intended for former Filipinos visiting the country. "Under Republic Act No. 6768, the one-year Balikbayan visa privilege is exclusively given to former Filipinos naturalized...

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Hello 2019!

DUBAI: Pope Francis will be coming to town. The Azkals will be slugging it out against other countries in a major sporting event. A team of young innovators from Muntinlupa National High School is shortlisted for the Global High Schools category for the Zayed...

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