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« Reply #280 on: 12/28/13, 00:50 »
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Sa mga magprocess  na first timer sa POEA , sa step 1 nyo iwasan nyo si window number 11. Lahat ng dumadaan sa kanya eh pinababalik balik nya dahil sa  requirements like repatriation clause , free medica and dental clause sa contract given by your Employer . Ang sungit pa nun! For me it took me more than a week sa step 1 alone. Buti mabait yun director ng direct hires madali kausapin and she even told me na dapat step 2 na ako, kelangan ko lang bumili ng insurance . Isa pa gawain ni Ms. window 11 na papilahin kayo pagkahaba haba while she was browsing her FB page . Samantalang ang mga pobreng tulad namin eh nakatayo sa labas ng window nya gutom at puyat kasi ang aga pumunta sa POEA.
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« Reply #281 on: 12/28/13, 12:38 »
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Hi,

Its the same process we all have gone through.. and I think there is nothing wrong with that. That is their job to secure that all provision and terms of contract for a legal OFW are favorable to us. Escpecially the medical benefits and the leaves, also the termination  and repatriation clause. Insurance are not included in your contract? For what I know insurance is mandatory for any company hiring a foreigner as required by the Malaysian government.

This issues is already covered on the previous topics which you should give your prospect employers a heads up notice about the additional requirements (employers compliance certificate) during the POEA processing.

Saka pagpahingahin mo naman si ate pag may time... tao rin po yon napapagod at kailangan ng break.

Mas convenient pa nga yan if you compare it with going through an agency especially for the skilled workers..aabutin ka na ng million years di ka pa tapos...application at medical pa lang yon..

I would assume this is your first time to go out of the country as an OFW. Just be prepare, that is just the beginning of the things you will go through as an OFW.

Good Luck.. Smiley



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Sa mga magprocess  na first timer sa POEA , sa step 1 nyo iwasan nyo si window number 11. Lahat ng dumadaan sa kanya eh pinababalik balik nya dahil sa  requirements like repatriation clause , free medica and dental clause sa contract given by your Employer . Ang sungit pa nun! For me it took me more than a week sa step 1 alone. Buti mabait yun director ng direct hires madali kausapin and she even told me na dapat step 2 na ako, kelangan ko lang bumili ng insurance . Isa pa gawain ni Ms. window 11 na papilahin kayo pagkahaba haba while she was browsing her FB page . Samantalang ang mga pobreng tulad namin eh nakatayo sa labas ng window nya gutom at puyat kasi ang aga pumunta sa POEA.
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« Reply #282 on: 01/27/14, 14:20 »
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Hello kabayan!

Need your advice. Gusto ko po kasing kuhanan ng professional working visa ang asawa ko. Currently, he's holding a dependent visa pero since wala syang work permit, hindi sya makahanap ng work dito sa Malaysia lalo na't hindi IT kasi accounting/auditing ang experiences nya. Most of the companies na inapplyan nya, hinahanapan sya ng work permit kasi ayaw na nilang mag-process ng visa for foreigners.

Meron na po ba sa inyo ang nakagawa nito? May alam po ba kayong legal na agency na gumagawa nito? How much, ano po requiremenst at gaano po katagal ang processing?

Thanks in advance!

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« Reply #283 on: 01/28/14, 08:47 »
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Hi ,

From what I understand pwede na magwork ang spouse mo kahit DP mo sya. Ang catch lang is if your pass expired o kailangan irenew automatically kailangan mo din sya irenew. The other way around is convert the DP to EP which syempre ayaw ng employer kasi magiging expenses for them.

But a bit of advice ang field kasi ng spouse mo is very common here in MY and can be filled up by the locals. It is very hard for the company to justify to the immigration bakit kailangan maghire as required by their law. Just my thoughts...

Hopefully the Mods and the experts can give you more light...and answers sa question mo.


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Hello kabayan!

Need your advice. Gusto ko po kasing kuhanan ng professional working visa ang asawa ko. Currently, he's holding a dependent visa pero since wala syang work permit, hindi sya makahanap ng work dito sa Malaysia lalo na't hindi IT kasi accounting/auditing ang experiences nya. Most of the companies na inapplyan nya, hinahanapan sya ng work permit kasi ayaw na nilang mag-process ng visa for foreigners.

Meron na po ba sa inyo ang nakagawa nito? May alam po ba kayong legal na agency na gumagawa nito? How much, ano po requiremenst at gaano po katagal ang processing?

Thanks in advance!


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« Reply #284 on: 01/28/14, 09:20 »
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Hello kabayan!

Need your advice. Gusto ko po kasing kuhanan ng professional working visa ang asawa ko. Currently, he's holding a dependent visa pero since wala syang work permit, hindi sya makahanap ng work dito sa Malaysia lalo na't hindi IT kasi accounting/auditing ang experiences nya. Most of the companies na inapplyan nya, hinahanapan sya ng work permit kasi ayaw na nilang mag-process ng visa for foreigners.

Meron na po ba sa inyo ang nakagawa nito? May alam po ba kayong legal na agency na gumagawa nito? How much, ano po requiremenst at gaano po katagal ang processing?

Thanks in advance!



Hi Daisy!

Meron po mga agency dito sa Malaysia na pwede mag process nito, but it's risky. Because the immigration is now very strict on implementing rules when it comes to foreign employment. And it's also expensive as well. It will cause you more than 6KRM

 There are companies who accepts  DP holders so why not leverage on them. Smiley BTW you can call MY Immigration about DP-EP conversion, as they will give more details about it.

Goodluck!

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« Reply #285 on: 03/07/14, 16:33 »
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hello po! ask lang po ako kung may alam kayo na agency na nagproprocess ng work permit?

Maraming Salamat  Smiley
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« Reply #286 on: 03/11/14, 00:38 »
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^same question as sweetypie, thanks
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